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Thomas the Tank Engine's number.
The number of each animal on Noah's Ark.
Alexandre Dumas' 'The ___ Musketeers.'
The number of years in an Olympiad.
Sci-fi television series 'Babylon ___.'
Number __, the main character of 'The Prisoner.'
Enid Blyton's 'The Secret __.'
The number of bits in a byte.
The number of fellows in 'The Fellowship of the Ring.'
A 1991 Pearl Jam album.
The number of players of a football team on the field at any one time.
The number of stars on the flag of the EU.
The number of playing cards in a suit.
The number of lines in a sonnet.
The first point gained in a game of tennis.
The current pope, Benedict __.
City __, setting for 'Half-Life 2.'
The number of holes in a standard round of golf.
Adele's 2008 debut album.
To 'roll a __' is a significant (and helpful) event in many role-playing games.
An alternate name for blackjack.
Catch-__, a 1961 Joseph Heller novel.
In darts, the lowest score you cannot get with a single throw.
Television series starring Kiefer Sutherland as Jack Bauer.
The number of years of marriage marked in a silver wedding anniversary.
The number of whole miles in a marathon.
The current number of Amendments to the US Constitution.
The number of dominoes in a standard set.
The highest possible score in a hand of cribbage.
'__ Seconds to Mars,' a band fronted by Jared Leto.
The number of flavours of Baskin-Robbins ice cream.
The number of pieces on a chessboard at the start of a game.
The number of days spent as Pope by John Paul I.
The code for international direct-dial phone calls to Spain.
The minimum age of candidates for election to the US Presidency.
The highest number that appears on a roulette wheel.
The normal human body temperature in degrees Celsius.
The number of surviving plays by William Shakespeare, including 'The Two Noble Kinsmen.'
John Buchan's 'The __ Steps.'
The number of thieves that accompanied Ali Baba.
The number assigned to Charlton Heston as a slave in 'Ben-Hur.'
Douglas Adams' 'ultimate answer.'
The maximum number of cars in a NASCAR Cup Series race.
The .__ Magnum, described as Dirty Harry as 'the most powerful handgun in the world.'
The number of years of marriage marked in a sapphire wedding anniversary.
The number of chromosomes in a human cell.
The AK-__ Kalashnikov rifle, adopted by the USSR in 1949.
The number of contiguous US States.
The San Francisco __ers, an NFL team.
Curtis James Jackson III's stage name, '__ Cent.'
Area __, a military base in Nevada.
The number of cards in a standard deck of playing cards, excluding jokers.
The race number of Herbie 'The Love Bug.'
The number of coloured squares on a Rubik's Cube.
'I Can't Drive __,' a Sammy Hagar single.
The number of signers of the US Declaration of Independence in 1776.
A famous Heinz slogan, '__ Varieties.'
In 'Goldfinger,' the number of years the US gold supply would have been radioactive, had Goldfinger succeeded.
Simon and Garfunkel's 'The __th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)'
'Gone in __ Seconds,' a 2000 film starring Nicolas Cage.
'Highway __ Revisited,' a Bob Dylan album.
The atomic number of samarium.
The ASCII code for the question mark.
The Nintendo __, a video game console.
__daysofstatic, a UK-based post-rock band.
US Route __, a 2448 mile-long road from Chicago to Los Angeles.
The number of throws in Judo.
In a normal distribution, __% of values are within one standard deviation of the mean.
The Year of the Four Emperors, __ A.D.
The distance, in metres, of an Olympic archery target from the archers.
Treadstone __, the CIA department that made Robert Ludlum's Jason Bourne what he is.
The number of languages spoken at the Tower of Babel.
In international curling competitions, the number of minutes given to each side to complete its throws.
A hurricane or typhoon is a system with sustained winds of at least __ miles per hour.
The department number of the city of Paris.
The number of P.O.Ws that escaped the prison camp in 'The Great Escape.'
A 1977 Talking Heads album.
The total number of cards in a typical tarot deck.
The atomic number of gold.
Jules Verne's 'Around the World in __ Days.'
A common nickname for 'Hell's Angels' motorcyclists.
The number of games in a regular season of the NBA or NHL.
In Judaism, the age at which someone may celebrate a second bar mitzvah.
The total number of coloured playing pieces in Blokus.
The maximum number of American football players that NCAA Division I schools can give athletic scholarships to in a season.
Maxwell Smart's agent number in 'Get Smart.'
The number of tools on the world's most multi-functional penknife.
The number of keys on a piano.
LXXXIX, in Arabic numerals.
The latitude of the north or south pole.
In cents of a U.S. dollar, the amount of money one has if one has one each of the coins of denominations less than a dollar.
The number of football teams in the English professional league tier.
The sun is approximately __ million miles from the Earth.
The number of Haydn's Surprise Symphony.
The number of theses posted by Martin Luther at Wittenberg Castle Church in 1517.
German submarine U-__, subject of 'Das Boot.'
The number of leap days that the Gregorian calendar contains in its cycle of 400 years.
Windows __, a Microsoft operating system succeeded by Windows Me.
'__ Luftballons,' a 1983 protest song by Nena.
The number of tiles in a standard English Scrabble set.
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Apr 9th, 2012 at 19:41 GMT
That was hard, but fun!
Apr 9th, 2012 at 21:49 GMT
There is also an AK-74 I believe, although I would agree that the 47 is much more ubiquitous.
Apr 9th, 2012 at 22:40 GMT
Thanks, I've reworded the question to make it more specific. I had no idea there was an AK-74!
Apr 10th, 2012 at 01:16 GMT
Some of these are frustratingly vague. For instance, Shakespeare is generally considered to have written 37 plays, *unless you count Two Noble Kinsmen*. 85 isn't really the number of ways to tie a tie; it's just a particular mathematical result. I read the "units...in Blokus" to mean the number of pieces, not the number of squares ("unit" certainly does mean "unit square", but it also means "the smallest usable chunk", which would be a piece). Per http://www.play-bingo.co.uk/bingo-calls.php , "Not all bingo games are played with 90 balls, so 75 can sometimes be referred to as top of the shop." Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_long_place_names) cites Guinness as giving the record for longest place name to an 85-letter place.
Apr 10th, 2012 at 01:30 GMT
The number of players on a football team is misleading as NFL rosters have 53 players. The clue should be number of players on the field per team.
Apr 10th, 2012 at 04:04 GMT
There's no 90 in bingo, it only goes up to 75
Apr 10th, 2012 at 10:32 GMT
@Tahnan; thanks very much, I've changed some of the questions. Hopefully now things are a bit less vague.
@jayriback; thanks, I've reworded the question.
Apr 10th, 2012 at 19:41 GMT
Fun quiz, but so many of them are so obscure!
Apr 10th, 2012 at 21:38 GMT
A "standard deck of cards" usually includes the Joker. Can you modify the question to specifically exclude the Joker?
Apr 10th, 2012 at 21:50 GMT
You've failed to specify a sport in your clue that says "The maximum number of of players that NCAA Division 1 schools can give athletic scholarships to in a season." The answer you've provided would be accurate for Football in the D-1 FBS (formerly 1-A) but is not accurate for FCS (formerly 1-AA).
Apr 18th, 2012 at 03:40 GMT
Rolling a one is every bit as significant as rolling a 20, it just happens to be catastrophic for your character instead of awesome.
Aug 6th, 2012 at 13:27 GMT
Fun, challenging quiz. I call shenanigans on those who got 100%!
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