Talk:60 (number)

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How about 60Hz, a frequency that interferes with the human heart?

Flowerparty had wrote"(rv dubious unreferenced clothing company addition)" exactly how was it dubious?

I tried looking at the Italian version of the article and there is no mention of the Italian clothing company (as far as I could tell, I don't speak Italian). PrimeFan 17:49, 1 August 2005 (UTC)

Removed: kosher[edit]

Removed

  • In the laws of kashrut, the proportion (60:1) of kosher to non-kosher ingredients which can render an admixture kosher

as it is unsourced and everything else I have heard (including our own articles on the subject) indicates they require all ingredients to be kosher, the more strictly observant also requiring strict precautions against accidental contamination.--QuantumEngineer 22:11, 14 December 2006 (UTC)

Threescore[edit]

This currently redirects to 60 (number). Shouldn't it also be mentioned in the article? (Cf. the entry at score.) <KF> 22:24, 19 April 2007 (UTC)

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