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palindrome (PAL-in-drohm)
noun: A word, phrase, sentence, or a longer work that reads the same backward and forward. For example, “A man, a plan, a canal, Panama!”

From Greek palin (again) + dromos (running).

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Taco cat illustration by CreativeCatandCo
Illustration on the Odds & Ends page by Allison Blakeley
Image of the license plate "82 828 28" by rOOmUSh
Image of fruits by Echeveria Sessantadue
Image of the plaque about Yreka Bakery by Jimmy Emerson
Image of Lulu opera by Camembert/Wikimedia
Image of Napoleon on Elba by Wikimedia
Image of Sator Square by M Disdero / Wikimedia
Image of Greek palindrome Nipson anomemata by Christina Kekka / Wikimedia