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## Number That List #7

In one view, statistics are numbers-in-use. John Boswell and Dan Starer published a book on "numerical lists you never knew or once knew or probably forgot." So, combining these two statements, let's see how well you do....

Insert the correct number for each list, using the answers provided below (with three numbers added as "statistical anomalies). In each case, an example of an item on that list is provided. Award yourself "bonus points" if you can name the other items on the list!

• The ___ Hebrew Letters That Form the Name of God (e.g. Yod)
• The ___ Forbiden Names of God (e.g. Adonai)
• The ___ Lost Tribes of Israel (e.g. Asher)
• The ___ Plagues of Egypt (e.g. Frogs)
• The ___ Gentlemen of Verona (e.g. Proteus)
• The ___ Musketeers (e.g. Athos)
• The ___ Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor (e.g. Encounters Cyclops)
• Shakespeare's ___ Ages of Man (e.g. Infant)
• The ___ Marx Brothers (e.g. Groucho)
• Donald Duck's ___ Nephews (e.g. Huey)
• The ___ Faces of Eve (e.g. Trouble Insecure Housewife)
• 121 Movies whose Titles Begin with ___ (e.g. ___ Came to Kill)
• My ___ Sons (e.g. Chip)
• The ___ Dwarfs (e.g. Doc)
• The ___ Samuri (e.g. Kambei)
Answers in "ordered" order...with three "statistical anomalies:
2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 7 7 7 7 7 8 10