Talk:106 (number)

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Wow, this kind of articles is infinite! :D --yacht (Talk) 05:19, Jan 6, 2004 (UTC)~

In other fields[edit]

There are currently multiple reverts about these two:

106 is also:

The first simply says that "Quraysh" is the name of chapter ("sura") 106 of the Qur'an, which has 114 chapters (notable and mentioned in 114 (number)):

Previous sura:
Al-Fil
Sura 106 Next sura:
Al-Ma'un
Arabic text

Should number articles be an index to the Qur'an? What about other famous works with many chapters? I don't think so. Note: I have no idea how important chapter 106 is considered, but Quraysh (sura) is short and doesn't sound important.

The Joliet claim is unsourced, not mentioned in Joliet (file system), and different versions apparently have different limits, sometimes 64, 106, 128, ?? Is there evidence that 106 is a significant limit? PrimeHunter 00:20, 16 August 2007 (UTC)