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999 was a year in the Julian calendar.
999 or three nines may also refer to:
- 999 (emergency telephone number), the telephone number for the emergency services in the United Kingdom, The Republic of Ireland, Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Malaysia, the UAE, Poland and others
- 999 (number), the number 999
Arts, entertainment, and media
- Galaxy Express 999, a manga and anime created by Leiji Matsumoto
- Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors (2009), a graphic adventure game for the Nintendo DS, remade in 2013 for iOS
- 999 (band), a London punk rock band active since the 1970s
- "999" (song), a song by Swedish alternative rock band Kent
- "999", a song from Keith Richards' album Main Offender (1992)
- 999 (UK TV series), a 1992 British programme presented by Michael Buerk that aired on the BBC
- 999 (Malaysian TV series), a 2004 Malaysian crime reality television series
- 999: Twenty-nine Original Tales of Horror and Suspense, a 1999 anthology of short stories
- Ducati 999, an Italian motorcycle
- Ford 999, a pioneering 1902 racer named for the locomotive
- New York Central and Hudson River Railroad No. 999, the first steam locomotive in the United States to operate at faster than 100 mph
- 999 Zachia, an asteroid
- 9–9–9 Plan, a tax plan proposed by 2012 Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain
- Nine (purity), an informal way of ranking purity; "three nines" would be 99.9% pure
- "Three nines" as a level of high availability (99.9%)
- 999 phone charging myth, an urban myth that calling the emergency services charges mobile phones
- A 999 broadcast by a Deputy or another Police Officer means shots fired, Officer down, all available units respond to assist. A 998 broadcast means Officer needs assistance immediately. The 999 code is a part of the LASD vernacular when communicating with other Deputies.
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