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There are an infinite number of them: 872, 1744, 2616, 3488, 4360, 5232, 6104, 6976, 7848, 8720, 9592, 10464, ...

All even multiples of the lowest common multiple (lcm) of any two numbers are even numbers divisible by the two numbers, and as there are an infinite number of even numbers, there are an infinite number of even numbers divisible by any two numbers, including 8 and 109.

As lcm(8, 109) = 872 which is even, the odd multiples of the lcm are also even numbers exactly divisible by 8 and 109.

So all multiples of the lcm of 8 and 109 are even numbers divisible by 8 and 109; and there are an infinite number of them!

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