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I AM A NUMBER. ROUNDING TO THE NEAREST THOUSAND MAKES ME 1,000. ALL MY DIGITS ARE EVEN, THEIR SUM IS 12, THEY ARE IN ORDER FROM GREATEST TO LEAST, AND NO DIGIT IS REPEATED. WHAT NUMBER AM I?
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