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Who knows two hundred seven?

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

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  • Accept the best answer.

  • Go on to the next number.

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On a year that has 2 Adar's and Cheshvan and Kislaiv are K'Sidran (29 days / 30 days) there is a total of 207 days from Tishrei to the end of Adar Bais.

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The Tzemach Tzedek related: The Baal Shem Tov was very fond of light, and said, "Or ('light') is the numerical equivalent of raz ('secret') [Tikunei Zohar 19; Zohar III, p. 28b]. Whoever knows the 'secret' contained in every thing can bring illumination."

- where "or" and "raz" both equal 207.

(Hayom Yom, entry for 6 Elul)

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There are 207 sins for which one can get lashes. Source: Rambam, Sanhedrin 19.

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207 years after Yitzchok Avinu was born, Yaakov Avinu passed away in Mitzrayim.

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