Year 7 (VII) was a common year starting on Saturay (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar.

Trivia about 7

  • The ancient Romans established this number of years of bad luck for breaking a mirror
  • The number of Snow White's dwarfs or T.E. Lawrence's "Pillars of Wisdom"
  • The number of words in this clue
  • Number of proverbial "seas" of the world, or number of "sisters" in women's colleges in the Northeast
  • Number of players in a string septet
  • Palm Sunday occurs this number of days before Easter
  • In November 1997 Bobbi McCaughey made the news when she gave birth to this many babies
  • In 2002 shuttle mission specialist Jerry Ross became the first man to be launched into space this lucky number of times
  • All the nicknames of the Mercury capsules ended in this number, honoring the first group of astronauts
  • In "1001 Arabian Nights" Sinbad the Sailor took this many voyages
  • A heptarchy is a government ruled by this many people
  • # of events in the women's heptathlon
  • If you start with 30 marbles & lose all but 7 in a game, this is how many you have left
  • Number of Snow White's height-challenged housemates
  • Number of red stripes on current U.S. flag
  • Years of bad luck associated with breaking a mirror
  • Number of stars in the Big Dipper; it's two less than the number of stars that made up "The Hollywood Squares"
  • Number of red stripes on the modern U.S. flag
  • Number of stars in the Big Dipper
  • The number of seals on the scroll mentioned in the book of Revelation
  • It's the total number of red stripes on the American flag
  • Heptameter refers to a line of verse consisting of this number of feet
  • January is one of this many months in the year with a length of 31 days
  • To the nearest foot, the height of Wilt "The Stilt" Chamberlain
  • Number of fabulously wealthy "cities of Cibola" the Spanish explorer Coronado was looking for
  • Total numberof wordsin this clue
  • Luke 8:2 talks of Mary called Magdalene, out of whom went this many devils
  • There are currently this many men on the U.S. Supreme Court
  • Number of hills a Roman has covered if he's roamed over sette
  • On the U.S. flag, it's the lucky number of stripes directly to the right of (& not under) the star field
  • Of 4, 7 or 12, the number of nations in the world with a name ending in "stan"
  • Septennial
  • Title number of habits of "Highly Effective People" in a Stephen Covey bestseller
  • Traditionally, sabbatical leave, which teachers take for study or travel, comes once every this many years
  • A heptastich is a poem or stanza of this many lines
  • George Carlin joked about this many words "you can never say on television"
  • ...years of famine predicted by Joseph in Genesis 41:27
  • Number of "Summits" in a climbing feat first completed in 1985
  • Number of classic "Ancient Wonders" that included the Colossus of Rhodes
  • When writing, many Europeans cross it; most Americans don't
  • If you flew to L.A. on a Boeing jet, its model number probably started with this digit
  • Despite their incredibly long necks, giraffes have only this many neck bones, the same as humans
  • Logically enough, the 1933 cover of the first News-Week (sic) had not 1 but this many photos
  • The highest Henry number in the line; 1 more & they would have tied the British record
  • Number of "Days Later" in a zombie flick divided by the title number of heroes in a Jessica Alba Marvel movie
  • Events in a heptathlon
  • Legend says only Adrastus survived out of a group of this many heroes who took on Thebes
  • Articles in the U.S. Constitution
  • Pynchon's "Crying of Lot" divided by Hawthorne's "House of... Gables"

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