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Each 4 digit number below represents a word. Can you figure out this common statement?

"0901 1606 0110 2002 2003 0604 1502 2003 2106 1906 1502 0107

0103 2002 2003 1808 0603 2305 0902 1906, 1503 1406, 2105 0703,

0911, 2304 1207 0103 1007 0603 0103."

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It's tempting to think they're four-letter words, but I'm guessing not.

They're mostly years that have passed - all except 2106, 2305, 2105, 2304.

Several pairs of consecutive numbers.

Something to think about ... Nice one.

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Each 4 digit number below represents a word. Can you figure out this common statement?

"0901 1606 0110 2002 2003 0604 1502 2003 2106 1906 1502 0107

0103 2002 2003 1808 0603 2305 0902 1906, 1503 1406, 2105 0703,

0911, 2304 1207 0103 1007 0603 0103."

(Please vote on this so I know whether it is any good or not.)

I think I've broken the code, now just to figure out what the words are

I think the first 2 digits are the first letter of the word (i.e. A = 01, B = 02, etc), and the last 2 digits are the number of letters in the word after that letter

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I think I've broken the code, now just to figure out what the words are

I think the first 2 digits are the first letter of the word (i.e. A = 01, B = 02, etc), and the last 2 digits are the number of letters in the word after that letter

I was close:

The first 2 digits are the first letter of the word, but the last two are the total number of letters in the word

It's the pledge of allegiance..."I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."

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