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Who knows one hundred five?

Please cite/link your sources, if possible. At some point at least twenty-four hours from now, I will:

  • Upvote all interesting answers.

  • Accept the best answer.

  • *Go on to the next number.

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The Beis Yosef (Orach Chaim 46) calculates that on a typical day one would recite 105 blessings (five more than the statutory minimum).

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Avraham live 105 years after the Bris Ben haBesarim.

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The Chofetz Chaim's obit- aged 105

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Interesting! Because in fact he lived to be only 94, as far as I know (he was born in 5599/1839). – Alex Oct 18 '10 at 4:53
Yeah, but 105 makes a better headline! I'm not sure where the lines got crossed. – YDK Oct 18 '10 at 16:13

The age of Shes when he begat Enosh.

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105 is the number of the last daf in Eruvin.

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105 are the verses in Micha.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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