Year 1 (I) was a common year starting on Saturay of the Julian calendar.

Trivia about 1

  • Number of Canadian provinces that border the Great Lakes
  • A gutbucket is a bass fiddle consisting of a stick on an inverted tub with this many strings
  • Baroque composers developed monody, vocal music with this many melodies & supported by harmony
  • Usually, to begin a long distance call from your home phpne, it's the first number you must press
  • Number of stars on the state flag of Texas
  • In Jewish numerology, the Hebrew letter Aleph equals this
  • The number of players required for solitaire cribbage
  • It's "The Loneliest Number" of nights Arafat will reportedly sleep in a house before moving on
  • To guess this number of stars on the flag of Somalia, close your eyes & think of Texas
  • Total number of moons belonging to the closest 3 planets to the sun
  • Number of stars on the Texas state flag
  • 1,728 cubic inches equals this many cubic feet
  • The coefficient of the term n is understood to be this number
  • The atomic weight of hydrogen, or the number of times LBJ was elected President
  • Technically, a snail has this many feet
  • In 2004 Shaq was fined $295,000 for using some salty language in a TV interview; it was this many games' pay
  • Of roughly 1, 5 or 10 square miles, it's the country's area
  • In 1968 the MPAA rated a film adult by giving it this many Xs
  • The most common isotope of hydrogen has an atomic weight of this whole number
  • 10 to the zero power equals this
  • The FCC deleted this channel number from VHF allocations in 1948
  • The number of times the moon rotates on its axis during each trip around the Earth
  • Fred MacMurray's title "Sons" minus Paul Reiser's title "Dads"
  • In Germany the old thumbs-up doesn't show approval, it simply means this, maybe as the start of a series
  • I give you 63,360 inches, you take this many miles
  • In the binary number system, this number would be 01
  • Number of feet you have to have to be an official snail
  • Cellos in a string quartet
  • The tail of your average male housecat
  • Delaware has this many representatives in the U.S. House
  • If you're a half pint, you're equal to this many cups
  • In order to blind Polyphemus, Odysseus had to put out this many eyes
  • An NFL game ended 17-7; the losing team scored no touchdowns but this many field goals
  • (Jimmy of the Clue Crew cracks the case.) It's the total number of cells in this yellow egg yolk
  • New York governor Samuel J. Tilden lost the 1876 presidential election by this many electoral votes
  • Number of horses doing the work in the song heard here
  • "DEFCON" with this number means the military is at maximum readiness
  • The number of legs on one of the monopods in the "Narnia" books
  • 1/2 plus 1/3 plus 1/10 plus 1/15
  • Number of Congressmen representing Alaska in the U.S. House
  • Stevie Nicks' "Edge Of" this minus The Crests' this many "Candles"
  • (4 x 22)divided by(11 x 8)equals this