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The phone number of the Valley Branch is: 651-436-5882.

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The phone number of the Shannon County Museum Association is: 573-226-5882.

The country code and area code of Pilibhit- Pilibhit, India is 91, (0)5882.

Those are Roman numerals. In Arabic numerals it is 1697.

XIX in Roman numerals is 19 in standard numerals.

It is already in numerals but if you mean in Roman numerals then its equivalent is MDCCII

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