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122Significance of the number 122 in game Bioshock Infinite: I was trying to figure out what's so special about the number 122 in the game. In the coin flip scene, the Lutece's tallies add up to 122, suggesting the number of times Booker has tried to save Elizabeth in the past. At the lighthouse you ring the three bells once, twice, and twice respectively, or 1, 2, and 2. I didn't get why 122 would've come up more than once. Since Bioshock Infinite is all about American History, I looked up what happened in America in 1790, 122 years before Infinite takes place and I found the Naturalization Act of 1790. The Naturalization Act established the first rules regarding American citizenship, and excluded Native Americans, Blacks, and Asians. Since one of the principles of Columbia is white supremacy, I wouldn't be surprised if this wasn't a coincidence.
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102As of January 2019, there are 102 women in the U.S. House of Representatives .
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435There are a total of 535 Members of Congress. 100 serve in the U.S. Senate and 435 serve in the U.S. House of Representatives.
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21I have a thing with 21. Almost every place I've lived since I moved from my parents' house has had a 21 in the address. Dorm 1121, 1st apt 921, 2nd apt zip ended in ***21, first house 3721, second house 521.
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"House" definitions:

House —n. (pl.) 1 building for human habitation. 2 building for a special purpose or for animals or goods (opera-house; summer-house; hen-house). 3 a religious community. B its buildings. 4 a body of pupils living in the same building at a boarding-school. B such a building. C division of a day-school for games, competitions, etc. 5 royal family or dynasty (house of york). 6 a firm or institution. B its premises. 7 a legislative or deliberative assembly. B building for this. 8 audience or performance in a theatre etc. 9 astrol. Twelfth part of the heavens. —v. (-sing) 1 provide with a house or other accommodation. 2 store (goods etc.). 3 enclose or encase (a part or fitting). 4 fix in a socket, mortise, etc.  keep house provide for or manage a household. Like a house on fire 1 vigorously, fast. 2 successfully, excellently. On the house free. Put (or set) one's house in order make necessary reforms. [old english]
House arrest n. Detention in one's own house, not in prison.
House lights n.pl. Lights in a theatre auditorium.
House music n. Style of pop music, typically using drum machines and synthesized bass lines with sparse repetitive vocals and a fast beat.
House of cards n. Insecure scheme etc.
House of commons n. Elected chamber of parliament.
House of keys n. (in the isle of man) elected chamber of the tynwald.
House of lords n. Chamber of parliament that is mainly hereditary.
House party n. Group of guests staying at a country house etc.