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Who knows one hundred twelve?

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Since Sarah was 15 (Y.S. 16:78) when she married and 127 when she died, Sarah was married to Avraham for 112 years.

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112 were the accompaniers of עַמִּינָדָב (Divre Hayamim I 15:10).

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112 were the descendants of יוֹרָה (Ezra 2:18).

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According to Rashi in Vzos HaBracha Rabbi Yehuda holds that the last eight Pesukim in the Torah were written by Yehoshua. Those 8 Pesukim = 112 words.

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112 pesukim in Parshas Vayeishev. 112 words in Mizmor Shir L'yom HaShabbos.

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Parshas Matos has 112 Pesukim

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112 are the dapim in Sanhedrin.

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