The "Brilliant" Set

Consider the set S={B,R,I,L,A,N,T} \mathbb{S} =\{B,R,I,L,A,N,T\}. How many ways are there for us to partition the set into any number of non empty disjoint subsets whose Union is S\mathbb{S} ?.

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