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Each station is allotted a different Venbacker Number, from an arbitrary sequence of positive integers laid down by Henri Venbacker in 1973.
Each London Underground station is allotted a different Venbacker number, from an arbitrary sequence of positive integers laid down by Henri Venbacker in 1973.

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Venbacker Numbers are primarily used for shorthand notation, random games, and the translation of non-Tube maps.
Venbacker numbers are primarily used for shorthand notation, random games, and the translation of non-Tube maps.

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Each London Underground station is allotted a different Venbacker number, from an arbitrary sequence of positive integers laid down by Henri Venbacker in 1973.

Venbacker numbers are primarily used for shorthand notation, random games, and the translation of non-Tube maps.

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