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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.)
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.