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100 is the number of prophets Ovadya hid from Izevel (M'lachim I 18:4).
$100 is the threshold value a Rabbi of mine suggested for determining whether a new garment deserves a "Shehecheyanu".
(Interestingly, he suggested the same threshold over many years, apparently not taking inflation into consideration. Perhaps the psychological value of that round number retains significance across inflation.)
Im not sure what your looking for
יודעי = 100
The Medrash Rabba in Parshas Mishpatim mentions that Kayin had 100 children.
100 is the gimatriya of לכן and of מדה במדה. Source: Baal Haturim, start of Pin'chas.
The area, on top of the exterior altar, where the kohanim would walk was 26²−24²=100 square amos (cubits). Source: mishnayos Midos chapter 3.
100 is a number used as an example of a very large number in rabbinic Hebrew, as in Rashi to D'varim 15:10 and as in "דוחה מאה תוכחות".
100 is the g'matriya of "מדון" (Rashi, Sanhedrin 7a).
Centigrade version of an answer to another question.