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Sep 30, 2022

[Answer] 2. NFL Hall of Famer Jerry Rice; Jules Verne's "Around the World" trip; Green Day song on the album "Kerplunk"; Dutch revolt of 1568. What number is related to these clues?

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...1. 72 2. 80 3. 70 4. 77 Hall of Famer Jerry Rice wore number 80 during his NFL career. The 49ers retired the number in 2010. Jules Verne wrote the novel "Around the World in 80 Days". The Dutch revolted in 1568 against Spain in what is called the Eighty Years' War or the Dutch War of Independence. The Green Day song "80" appears on the album "Kerplunk".




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80:


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