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655321655321 was the prisoner number of Alex, the main character from Stanley Kubrick's film adaptation of A Clockwork Orange. In the original book, the prisoner number was 6655321 also The prisoner number of Plankton in the episode "Jailbreak" from the cartoon SpongeBob SquarePants.
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1858In year 1858 a man named Robert Fallon was shot dead while playing poker because he cheated. He won $600, which was now deemed unlucky, so no one wanted it. They gave it to a new player who took Fallon's place. He turned the $600 into $2,200, when the police arrived. They demanded the original $600 to be passed on to Fallon's next of kin, only to discover that his son was in fact the new player, who had not seen his father in seven years.
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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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76There are currently 76 Characters in the Smash Bros. Ultimate Roster (74 if you count Pokemon Trainer as one character): 69 different unique fighters, 7 Echo Fighters, and 1 currently announced DLC character. https://www.ign.com/wikis/super-smash-bros-switch/Characters_and_Roster
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300According to Herodotus, 300 is the number of ancient Spartans resisting one million Persian invaders during the Battle of Thermopylae.
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20541Bandersnatch phone number.
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23So last night I was reading about the 23 enigma, which basically just talks about coincidences regarding the number 23. I've also read some RAW previously and he also elaborated on the 23 enigma. Anyway, today I saw the number 23 thrice. The first was stumbling upon a song by Blonde Redhead called 23. The second was a retweet of a friend about the age of Isaac Newton when he discovered gravity (23). The last one was seeing a news report where 23 people were confirmed killed in the Caribbean from Hurricane Irma. I kept telling myself these were just coincidences and nothing else but since I was bored I decided to look up on some divination sites the meaning of the number 23. This is where it gets really weird. The site said the number 23 meant that your angel is trying to communicate with you that you need to make use of your talents more and the first example it provided was that if I loved to write (which is my sole passion) now was the best time to pursue that goal. The site seemed pretty fake and unreliable but I just couldn't get over how much of a coincidence everything was today. https://trustedpsychicmediums.com/angel-numbers/angel-number-23-meaning/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/23_enigma
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1826Interesting coincidence regarding the date of XXXTENTACION's death... X died 5 years and 1 day after the release of News/Flock which is interesting enough in itself but if you add up the digits of 1826 (which is the number of days between June 17, 2013 and June 18, 2013) you get 17. Obviously X says the number 17 was important to him and I bet there are a lot more coincidences to be found with the number. Not that I really believe in the supernatural but I feel like if anyone there could have been something otherworldly going on with him. Like he got 5 years and then was called back to where ever he came from.
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1918This man named Walter Summerford was struck by lighting in 1918. Six years afterward, in 1924, he was again struck by lighting. Another six years later, 1930, he was struck by lightning again! And guess what happened after that... he died in 1932... But 4 years after that (so 6 years after his last lightning strike) his gravestone gets struck by lighting.
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1938In 1938, a baby fell out of a 4th floor window and onto a man sweeping the street named Joseph Figlock. They were both injured, but survived. About one year later, the same baby fell out of the same window and was caught by Joseph Figlock.
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16180339887The Golden Ratio Also known as the Golden Mean or the Golden Section, this is an expression that describes universally perfect proportions in sciences such as architecture and anatomy. Approximately 1.6180339887, two quantities are considered to be in perfect golden ratio if the ratio of those two quantities and the larger one is the same as the ratio between the larger and smaller ones.
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37065501717Skambineja kazkokie mazvaikiai ir sneka nesamones. Juokiasi susede prie ragelio. Negaiskite laiko ir nekelkite jiems ragelio.
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26your foot has 26 bones in it
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42this number just appears everywhere in my daily life. anyone else ?
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12There are 12 months in a year. There are 12 hours in face of analogue clock. There are 12 inches in a foot. A dozen is a quantity that means twelve. A gross is twelve dozen. In astrology, there are 12 signs in the Zodiac. In the Bible, Jacob had 12 sons. Jesus had twelve disciples. Twelve tribes were started after Moses led his people out of Egypt. Twelve in Roman Numerals is XII. A group of twelve things is called a Duodecad. The 12th moon of Jupiter is called Lysithea. D12 is a rap group also known as the Dirty Dozen. In English, twelve is the largest number that has just one syllable. There are twelve pairs of ribs in the human body – normally. Twelve men have walked on the Earth’s moon. There are 12 stars on the Flag of Europe. January the 5th is also the Twelfth Day of Christmas. Under British law, when you reach the age of 12 you can buy a pet. When you reach the age of 12, you can legally watch a 12 certificate film. On the 12th day of Christmas my true love gave to me: Twelve Drummers Drumming…
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1000000000In the UK, a billion used to be a million million (1,000,000,000,000). But the US decided a billion should be a thousand million (1,000,000,000). And they’re bigger than us, so they won. So… a billion. It’s the number of people there were in the whole world in the year 1800 (there are seven billion now). It’s the number of bacteria cells you’d find in a single teaspoon of soil (most of them are harmless though). And is $1 billion a lot of money? Not if you’re criminal Pablo Escobar. Rats ate $1 billion of his money every year and he didn’t even notice.
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4The number four is considered unlucky in much asia. Four is considered an unlucky number in Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese and Japanese cultures mostly in Eastern Asia because it sounds like the word "death" (?, pinyin s?). To avoid complaints from people with tetraphobia, many numbered product lines skip the "four": e.g. Nokia cell phones (there is no series beginning with a 4), Palm PDAs, etc. Some buildings skip floor 4 or replace the number with the letter "F", particularly in heavily Asian areas.
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1729Found out fact about this number in movie “The Man Who Knew Infinity”. It is known as the Hardy–Ramanujan number, after an anecdote of the British mathematician G. H. Hardy when he visited Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan in hospital. He related their conversation: “I remember once going to see him when he was ill at Putney. I had ridden in taxi cab number 1729 and remarked that the number seemed to me rather a dull one, and that I hoped it was not an unfavorable omen. "No," he replied, "it is a very interesting number; it is the smallest number expressible as the sum of two cubes in two different ways.” - G.H.Hardy
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"One" definitions:

One —adj. 1 single and integral in number. 2 (with a noun implied) a single person or thing of the kind expressed or implied (one of the best; a nasty one). 3 particular but undefined, esp. As contrasted with another (that is one view; one night last week). 4 only such (the one man who can do it). 5 forming a unity (one and undivided). 6 identical; the same (of one opinion). —n. 1 a lowest cardinal number. B thing numbered with it. 2 unity; a unit (one is half of two; came in ones and twos).
One another pron. Each the other or others (as a formula of reciprocity: love one another).