96% ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE, SIX, SEVEN, EIGHT, NINE, TEN, ELEVEN, TWELVE, THIRTEEN, FOURTEEN, FIFTEEN, SIXTEEN, SEVENTEEN, EIGHTEEN, NINETEEN, TWENTYOriginal Numerical Enumerators, This Way Onwards, They Haven't Reached (an) End, Even From Operating Useful Reckoning-machines, Furtherance Is Very Easy, Sufficiently Increase 'X" So Eliminating Virtually Every Number, Eternity Is Generally Hopeless Thought, Now Infinity Never Ends, (the) Thought Exceeds Numbers.... Ekeing Lengthens & Extends Value, (an) Extra Number! This Would Exceed Last Value Enumerated. To Hasten Infinity-Reaching, Try Expanding Elementary Numbers. First Off, Use Ready-reckoner To Extend Existing Notation - For Instance, Find The Epistasis Ending Number. So Infinity XtendsÉ The Extremity Eludes Numeration... Seemingly Endless, Valuation Evidently Never To End. Even NumbersÉ Escalation Is Generally Handy To Execute, Eight... Nine... Numbers I Normally Expect... Ten... Eleven... Ever Nearer... This Will End Now, Thank You. Tony McCoy O'Grady
Words & Wordplay:Ridiculously long apronyms