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Cardinal 7
Ordinal 7th
Numeral system septenary
Factorization prime
Divisors 1, 7
Roman numeral VII
Roman numeral (Unicode) Ⅶ, ⅶ
Arabic ٧,7
Persian ٧ - هفت
Chinese numeral 七,柒
Hebrew ז (Zayin)
prefixes hepta-/hept- (from Greek)

septua- (from Latin)

Binary 111
Octal 7
Duodecimal 7
Hexadecimal 7

7 (seven) is the natural number following 6 and preceding 8.


In mathematics

In numeral systems

Base Numeral system
2 binary 111
3 ternary 21
4 quaternary 13
5 quinary 12
6 senary 11
7 septenary 10
over 7 (octal, decimal, etc) 7

In quaternary, 7 is the smallest prime with a composite sum of digits.

List of basic calculations

Multiplication 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 50 100 1000
7 × x 7 14 21 28 35 42 49 56 63 70 77 84 91 98 105 112 119 126 133 140 147 154 161 168 175 350 700 7000
Division 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15
7 ÷ x 7 3.5 2.3 1.75 1.4 1.16 1 0.875 0.7 0.7
0.63 0.583 0.538461 0.5 0.46
x ÷ 7 0.142857 0.285714 0.428571 0.571428 0.714285 0.857142 1 1.142857 1.285714 1.428571
1.571428 1.714285 1.857142 2 2.142857
Exponentiation 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
7x 7 49 343 2401 16807 117649 823543 5764801 40353607 282475249 1977326743 13841287201 96889010407
x7 1 128 2187 16384 78125 279936 823543 2097152 4782969 10000000 19487171 35831808 62748517
Radix 1 5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
110 120 130 140 150 200 250 500 1000 10000 100000 1000000
x7 1 5 137 217 267 347 427 557 1017 1147 1307 1437 1567 2027
2157 2317 2447 2607 3037 4047 5057 13137 26267 411047 5643557 113333117

Evolution of the glyph


In the beginning, various Hindus wrote 7 more or less in one stroke as a curve that looks like an uppercase J vertically inverted. The western Ghubar Arabs' main contribution was to make the longer line diagonal rather than straight, though they showed some tendencies to making the character more rectilinear. The eastern Arabs developed the character from a 6-look-alike into an uppercase V-look-alike. Both modern Arab forms influenced the European form, a two-stroke character consisting of a horizontal upper line joined at its right to a line going down to the bottom left corner, a line that is slightly curved in some font variants. As is the case with the European glyph, the Cham and Khmer glyph for 7 also evolved to look like their glyph for 1, though in a different way, so they were also concerned with making their 7 more different. For the Khmer this often involved adding a horizontal line above the glyph.[2] This is analogous to the horizontal stroke through the middle that is sometimes used in handwriting in the Western world but which is almost never used in computer fonts. This horizontal stroke is, however, important to distinguish the glyph for seven from the glyph for one in writings that use a long upstroke in the glyph for one.


On the seven-segment displays of pocket calculators and digital watches, 7 is the number with the most common glyph variation (0, 6 and 9 also have variant glyphs). Most calculators use three line segments, but on Sharp, Casio, and a few other brands of calculators, 7 is written with four line segments because, in Japan and Korea, 7 is written as ① in the illustration to the right.

While the shape of the 7 character has an ascender in most modern typefaces, in typefaces with text figures the character usually has a descender, as, for example, in TextFigs078.svg.

Hand written 7.png

Most people in Europe, Latin America, and New England, write 7 with a line in the middle ("7"), sometimes with the top line crooked. The line through the middle is useful to clearly differentiate the character from the number one, as these can appear similar when written in certain styles of handwriting. This glyph is used in official handwriting rules for primary school in Russia.[3]

In science


The 7 colours of the rainbow


Heptane is an alkane with 7 carbon atoms per molecule

The periodic table has 7 rows of known elements




In the classical world

In classical antiquity:

In religion


Seven Days of Creation - 1765 book

The number seven (7) in the seven days of Creation is typological and the number seven appears commonly elsewhere in the Bible. These include:

  • Seven days of Creation (Genesis 1). God rested on and sanctified the seventh day (Sabbath)
  • Seven years of plenty and seven years of famine in Pharaoh's dream (Genesis 41)
  • Seven days of the feast of Passover (Exodus 13:3-10)
  • Seven day week and the pattern concerning distribution and use of manna (Exodus 16)
  • Seven year cycle around the years of Jubilee (Leviticus 25)
  • The fall of the walls of Jericho on the seventh day after marching around the city seven times(Joshua 6)
  • Seven things that are detestable to the LORD (Proverbs 6:16-19)
  • Seven Pillars of the House of Wisdom (Proverbs 9:1)
  • Seven loaves multiplied into seven baskets of surplus (Matthew 15:32-37)
  • The Seven last words (or seven last sayings) of Jesus on the cross.
  • Seven men of honest report, full of the Holy Ghost and wisdom (Acts 6:3)
  • Seven Spirits of God are mentioned in the Book of Revelation.
  • Seven churches of Asia to which the "Book of Revelation" is addressed.
  • Seven churches, seven stars, seven seals, seven last plagues, seven vials or bowls, seven thunders in the Revelation, the last book of the Bible.

Other sevens in Christian knowledge and practice include:


  • The Sanskrit word 'sapta' refers to number seven.
  • The Indian Music has 'sapta swaras', means seven octats (sa re ga ma pa dha ni), which are basics of music, using which hundreds of Ragas are composed.
  • Celestial group of seven stars are named as 'Sapta Rishi' based on the seven great saints.
  • Seven Promises, Seven Rounds in Hindu Wedding and Seven Reincarnation
  • According to Hinduism, there are seven worlds in the universe, seven seas in the world and seven Rishies (seven gurus) called sapta rishis.
  • Seven hills at tirumala also known as ezhu malaiyan means Sevenhills god
  • There are 7 Chakras in meditation.


  • The number of ayat in surat al-Fatiha.
  • The number of heavens in Islamic tradition.
  • The number of levels of Earth in Islamic tradition.
  • The number of circumambulations (Tawaf) that are made around the Kaaba
  • The number of walks between Al-Safa and Al-Marwah mountains -that is travelling back and forth- seven times during the ritual pilgrimages of Hajj and Umrah.
  • The number of fires in hell. i.e the 7 fires of hell.
  • The number of doors to hell is also seven.
  • In Verse 12:46 (see Islamic view of Joseph) of the Quran, Joseph (Yusef) is asked to interpret the King's dream where seven fat cows were dreamt to have been devoured by seven skinny cows and seven green spikes, and others shrivelled.
  • It is widely accepted that Surah Al Kahf (Surah 18, verse 9-26) narrates the story of Seven Sleepers who travelled in time by sleeping in a cave for three hundred solar years and nine lunar years, which is similar to the christian myth of the same name.


The Menorah is a 7-branched candelabrum
  • A highly symbolic number in the Torah, alluding to the infusion of spirituality and Godliness into the creation. For example:
    • God rested on and sanctified the seventh day (Shabbat). – Genesis 2:3. "Wisdom has built her house, she has hewn out her seven pillars." – Proverbs of Solomon son of David King of Israel 9:1
    • A seven-day purification period is required for one who has become tamei to become tahor.
    • The Shmita (Sabbatical) year arrives every seventh year.
    • The Jubilee (Yovel) year comes after 7 times 7 years.
    • The Counting of the Omer leading up to the Giving of the Torah is expressed as "7 times 7 weeks."
    • There are 7 days of Passover and Sukkot when celebrated in Israel.
    • Shiv`a (another pronunciation of the Hebrew word for 7—(Hebrew: שבעה ; "seven")), is the number of days of mourning. Hence, one sits Shiva. As in Shiva (Judaism)
  • The weekly Torah portion is divided into seven aliyahs, and seven Jewish men (or boys over the age of 13 who are considered men; Bar Mitzvah) are called up for the reading of these aliyahs during Shabbat morning services.
  • Seven blessings are recited under the chuppah during a Jewish wedding ceremony.
  • A Jewish bride and groom are feted with seven days of festive meals after their wedding, known as Sheva Berachot ("Seven Blessings").
  • The number of Ushpizzin (also known as the "Seven Shepherds") who visit the sukkah during the holiday of Sukkot: Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, Aaron, and David.
  • The number of nations God told the Israelites they would displace when they entered the land of Israel (Deut. 7:1): the Hittite, the Girgashite, the Amorite, the Canaanite, the Perizzite, the Hivite, and the Jebusite.
  • In Breslov tradition, the seven orifices of the face (2 eyes, 2 nostrils, 2 ears, and the mouth) are called "The Seven Candles."
  • The Menorah (Hebrew: מנורה), is a seven-branched candelabrum lit by olive oil in the Tabernacle and the Temple in Jerusalem. The menorah is one of the oldest symbols of the Jewish people. It is said to symbolize the Burning bush as seen by Moses on Mount Sinai (Exodus 25).
  • The number of times Cain will be avenged by God if he is murdered (Gen 4:15).
  • The Israelites circled Jericho for 7 days and then the wall tumbled down.


  • The number of Archangels according to some systems.
  • The minor symbol number of yang from the Taoist yin-yang.
  • The number of palms in an Egyptian Sacred Cubit.
  • The number of ranks in Mithraism.
  • The number seven is of particular significance within Cherokee cosmology.
  • In Bahá'í, the mystical text The Seven Valleys, by the Prophet-Founder Bahá'u'lláh, relates the journey of the soul through the seven "valleys" of Search, Love, Knowledge, Unity, Contentment, Wonderment, and finally True Poverty and Absolute Nothingness.
  • In Buddhism, Buddha walked 7 steps at his birth.
  • Circle Seven Koran, the holy scripture of the Moorish Science Temple of America
  • In Spanish and other Romance Languages, cats are said to have 7 lives as opposed to English, where cats are said to have 9 lives.
  • In Iran cats are also said to have 7 lives.[8]
  • In Wiccan spirituality the number seven is said to hold a lot of divinity. It is known for being a very sound number and associates with many things.
  • The Seven Lucky Gods refer to the seven gods of good fortune in Japanese mythology.
  • In Khasi mythology, the seven divine women who were left behind on earth and became the ancestresses of all humankind.
  • The number of gateways traversed by Inanna during her descent into the underworld.
  • The number of sleeping men in the Christian myth of the "Seven Sleepers."
  • The Seven Sages in Sumerian mythology[citation needed] and various other mythologies.
  • The number of sages in Hindu mythology; their wives are the goddesses referred to as the "Seven Mothers."
  • The number of main islands of mythological Atlantis.
  • In Guaraní mythology, the number of prominent legendary monsters.
  • In Irish Mythology, the epic hero Cúchulainn is associated with the number 7. He has 7 fingers on each hand, 7 toes on each foot, and 7 pupils in each eye. In the Irish epic Táin Bó Cúailnge, Cúchulainn is 7 years old when he receives his first weapons and defeats the armies of the Ulaidh. and his son Connla is 7 years old when he is slain by Cúchulainn in "The Death of Aife's Only Son".
  • In British Folk lore, every 7 years the Fairy Queen pays a tithe to Hell (or possibly Hel) in the tale of Tam Lin.
  • In the British Folk tale of Thomas the Rhymer, he went to live in the faerie kingdom for 7 years.
  • The 7th glyph of the Mayan Calendar is Blue Hand, it represents the days in creation and is associated with creative perfection. This is the glyph of the last day of their calendar that ends on December 21, 2012.
  • The seven branched sword in Korean mythology.

In music

In television

In film

In literature

In video games

  • In Sega's Sonic the Hedgehog video game franchise, there are often seven Chaos Emeralds
  • 7 is a number used many times by Ensemble Studios and Bungie Studios in their Halo series and Marathon trilogy. 7 appears in a variety of different contexts, from the stories of the games to the raw game coding.
  • The number of individual personalities serving Harman Smith as part of the group of assassins called the Killer7, hence the title of the game.
  • In Kingdom Hearts there are seven Princesses of Heart (Snow White, Cinderella, Alice, Aurora, Belle, Jasmine, and Kairi (the only original character among them)). Seven (VII) is also the number of the character Saïx, a member of the antagonists Organisation XIII from Kingdom Hearts II.
  • In The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, the main quest involves awakening the seven sages of seven elements to banish evil from the land of Hyrule. Further, the number of years separating the child and adult stages of the game is seven.
  • Another Zelda title, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, involves a similar quest in which the player must rescue seven maidens before confronting Ganon.
  • The number of Koopalings on Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World. It is also the number of worlds on Super Mario World, not counting the Star World or the Special course; and it is also the number of worlds on Super Mario Bros. 2.
  • In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, Mario's goal is to collect the seven Crystal Stars scattered across the world.
  • The 7 is a group of deadly mercenaries that kidnap the protagonist's family in the video game Kane & Lynch: Dead Men.
  • In the Ace Attorney Series, 7 is a recurring number. For example: There is a 7 year age gap between the main character and his assistant, there is a 7 year gap between the plots of Ace Attorney 3 and 4, the Chief of police, Gant's keycard number is 7777777.
  • Nana (One of two Japanese readings for "seven" and also a common feminine name) is one of the supporting characters in Mega Man X: Command Mission.
  • In Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, Mario and his gang need to collect seven stars to repair the Star Road.
  • In The World Ends with You, one of the antagonists is a musician called "777".
  • In Final Fantasy VII If anyone in your party's HP reaches to 7777, they will go berserk and strike the opponent a number of times at a damage rate of 7777. This is called the Lucky 7's. After the battle, however, the character's HP will be reduced to 1 to prevent this state from rolling over to another battle.
  • In Valkyria Chronicles, you control Squad 7 of the militia force.

In sports

In other fields

  • The seven days of the week
  • The Kulin people of Australia living near the Dandenong Ranges traditionally have seven seasons. Some of the Native Americans of Montana also have seven seasons: chinook season, muddy spring, green summer, gold summer (or dry summer), 'Indian' Summer, late fall, and cold winter.
  • The United States declared Independence in the 7th month of 1776.
  • Lotto Super 7, a Canadian-lottery game that will have its final drawing September 18, 2009

Seven is also:

Names and titles

  • Sevens, a card game.
  • The Seven Virgins mountain range in Sri Lanka, which was the scene of an air disaster on December 4, 1974, involving a DC-8 Series 55F passenger jetliner operated by the charter company Martinair, which left 191 dead.
  • In the Fushigi Yuugi series, the four beast gods each have seven warriors, the Genbu Seven, the Byakko Seven, the Seiryuu Seven, and the Suzaku Seven.
  • 7UP is the name of a popular soft drink.
  • 7-Eleven is the trading name of a chain of convenience stores based in the U.S.
  • Seven Jeans, also known as Seven '7' for all Mankind, a brand of designer jeans.
  • 7 (New York City Subway service), a service of the New York City Subway
  • The Ultra Series has two heroes with "Seven" in their name: Ultra Seven and Ultra Seven-21.
  • The circle 7 logo used by numerous ABC network O&O stations in the United States.
  • The Lotus Seven, a kit car produced by Lotus
  • The Solid Seven is the nickname for the 7 sophomores on the Lafayette College basketball team that run things around campus


  1. ^ Bryan Bunch, The Kingdom of Infinite Number. New York: W. H. Freeman & Company (2000): 82
  2. ^ Georges Ifrah, The Universal History of Numbers: From Prehistory to the Invention of the Computer transl. David Bellos et al. London: The Harvill Press (1998): 395, Fig. 24.67
  3. ^ "Education writing numerals in grade 1."(Russian)
  4. ^ "SI brochure, The seven SI base units". Retrieved 2009-09-11. 
  5. ^ "SI brochure, SI derived units". Retrieved 2009-09-11. 
  6. ^ 21Then Peter came to Jesus and asked, 'Lord, how many times shall I forgive my brother when he sins against me? Up to seven times?' 22Jesus answered, 'I tell you, not seven times, but seventy times seven.'.
  7. ^ Sermon Illustrations
  8. ^ Encyclopedia Britannica "Number Symbolism"

See also


  • Wells, D. The Penguin Dictionary of Curious and Interesting Numbers London: Penguin Group (1987): 70–71

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Se7en (Seven) is a 1995 film about two cops, one new and one about to retire, who are chasing a serial killer using the seven deadly sins as inspiration for his murders.

Directed by David Fincher and written by Andrew Kevin Walker.
Seven deadly sins. Seven ways to die.Taglines


David Mills

  • Fucking Dante. Goddamn poetry-writing faggot, piece of shit, fucker! [Cop knocks on car window to deliver a batch of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales] Good work, officer! Thank you, Lord.
  • Come on, he's insane. Look, right now he's probably dancing around in his grandma's panties, yeah, rubbing himself in peanut butter.
  • He's fucking with us! [Bends over a desk] See this? This is us.
  • [To Somerset] I don't think you're quitting because you believe these things you say. I don't. I think you want to believe them because you're quitting. And you want me to agree with you, and you want me to say, "Yeah, yeah, yeah. You're right. It's all fucked up. It's a fucking mess. We should all go live in a fucking log cabin." But I won't. I don't agree with you. I do not. I can't.
  • [To John Doe] You're no messiah. You're a movie of the week. You're a fucking T-shirt, at best.
  • [To John Doe] I've been trying to figure something in my head, and maybe you can help me out, yeah? When a person is insane, as you clearly are, do you know that you're insane? Maybe you're just sitting around, reading Guns and Ammo, masturbating in your own feces. Do you just stop and go, "Wow! It is amazing how fucking crazy I really am!"? Yeah, do you guys do that?
  • What's in the box?

William Somerset

  • [At the library] Gentlemen, gentlemen. I'll never understand. All these books. A world of knowledge at your fingertips. And what do you do? You play poker all night.
  • If we catch John Doe and he turns out to be the Devil – I mean, if he's Satan himself – that might live up to our expectations. But he's not the Devil. He's just a man.
  • But you got to be a … a hero. You want to be a champion. Well, let me tell you, people don't want a champion. They want to eat cheeseburgers, play the lotto and watch television.
  • [In mock appreciation] It's impressive to see a man feeding off his emotions.
  • This isn't going to have a happy ending.
  • If John Doe's head splits open and a UFO should fly out, I want you to have expected it.
  • [Realizing what's inside the package] California, tell your people to stay away. Stay away now, don't – don't come in here. Whatever you hear, stay away! John Doe has the upper hand!
  • [Last lines] Ernest Hemingway once wrote, "The world is a fine place and worth fighting for." I agree with the second part.

John Doe

  • [On killing] I've gone … and done it again.
  • [Pretending to be a photographer] I got your picture, man! I got your picture!
  • [From one of his journals] On the subway today, a man came up to me to start a conversation. He made small talk, a lonely man talking about the weather and other things. I tried to be pleasant and accommodating, but my head hurt from his banality. I almost didn't notice it had happened, but I suddenly threw up all over him. He was not pleased, and I couldn't stop laughing.
  • [From one of his journals] What sick ridiculous puppets we are / and what gross little stage we dance on / What fun we have dancing and fucking / Not a care in the world / Not knowing that we are nothing / We are not what was intended.
  • [To Mills] Detective … detective … detectiiive! You're looking for me.
  • Wanting people to listen, you can't just tap them on the shoulder anymore. You have to hit them with a sledgehammer, and then you'll notice you've got their strict attention.
  • It seems that envy is my sin.
  • Become vengeance, David. Become wrath.


  • Dr. Beardsley: [on one of John Doe's victims] He's experienced about as much pain and suffering as anyone I've encountered, give or take, and he still has Hell to look forward to.
  • California: Somebody call somebody.
  • Mark Swarr: My client says there are two more bodies … two more victims, hidden away. He will take Detectives Mills and Somerset to these bodies, but only Detectives Mills and Somerset. Only at six o'clock today.
  • Police Captain: [answering phone that interrupted his conversation] This is not even my desk! [hangs up]


David Mills: Hey, loser.
Tracy Mills: Hi, idiot.

William Somerset: [to Tracy] Anyone who spends a significant amount of time with me finds me disagreeable. Just ask your husband.
David Mills: Very true. Very, very true.

William Somerset: This guy's methodical, exacting, and worst of all, patient.
David Mills: He's a nut-bag! Just because the fucker's got a library card doesn't make him … Yoda.

David Mills: Yeah, a landlord's dream: a paralyzed tenant with no tongue.
William Somerset: Who pays the rent on time.

William Somerset: I just don't think I can continue to live in a place that embraces and nurtures apathy as if it was virtue.
David Mills: You're no different. You're no better.
William Somerset: I didn't say I was different or better. I'm not. Hell, I sympathize; I sympathize completely. Apathy is the solution. I mean, it's easier to lose yourself in drugs than it is to cope with life. It's easier to steal what you want than it is to earn it. It's easier to beat a child than it is to raise it. Hell, love costs: it takes effort and work.

William Somerset: We'll just talk to him.
David Mills: Uh-huh. Yeah. "Excuse me, sir. Are you, by any chance, a serial killer?" Okay.
William Somerset: You do the talking. Put that silver tongue of yours to work.
David Mills: Have you been talking to my wife?

David Mills: [picks up the phone] Hello?
John Doe: I admire you. I don't know how you found me, but imagine my surprise. I respect you law enforcement agents more every day.
David Mills: Well, I appreciate that, John. I tell you …
John Doe: No, no, you listen, all right? I'll be re-adjusting my schedule in light of today's little … setback. I just had to call and express my admiration. Sorry I had to hurt … one of you, but I really didn't have a choice, did I?
David Mills: Hm.
John Doe: You will accept my apology, won't you? I feel like saying more, but I don't want to ruin the surprise. [hangs up]

David Mills: Do you like what you do for a living? These things you see?
Man in Massage Parlour Booth: No, I don't. But that's life.

Police Captain: [to Mills] What do you think?
David Mills: I'm in.
Mark Swarr: It has to be both of you.
William Somerset: If he were to claim insanity, this conversation is admissible. The fact that he's blackmailing us with his plea …
Mark Swarr: And my client reminds you, two more are dead. The press would have a field day if they found out the police didn't seem too concerned about finding them, giving them a proper burial.
William Somerset: If there really are two more dead.

David Mills: Why us?
Mark Swarr: He says he admires you.

David Mills: How is it working for a scumbag like this? You proud of yourself?
Police Captain: Ease back, Mills.
Mark Swarr: I'm required by law to serve my clients to the best of my ability, and to serve their best interests.

John Doe: It's more comfortable for you to label me as insane.
David Mills: It's very comfortable.

David Mills: Wait, I thought all you did was kill innocent people.
John Doe: [outraged] Innocent? Is that supposed to be funny? [his voice rising in anger] An obese man, a disgusting man who could barely stand up, a man who if you saw him on the street, you'd point him out to your friends so that they could join you in mocking him, a man, who if you saw him while you were eating, you wouldn't be able to finish your meal. After him, I picked the lawyer, and I know you both must have been secretly thanking me for that one. This is a man who dedicated his life to making money by lying with every breath that he could muster to keeping murderers and rapists on the streets!
David Mills: Murderers?
John Doe: A woman …
David Mills: Murderers, John, like yourself?
John Doe: A woman, so ugly on the inside she couldn't bear to go on living if she couldn't be beautiful on the outside. A drug dealer, a drug-dealing pederast, actually! And let's not forget the disease-spreading whore! Only in a world this shitty could you even try to say these were innocent people and keep a straight face. But that's the point: we see a deadly sin on every street corner, in every home, and we tolerate it. We tolerate it because it's common, it's trivial. We tolerate it morning, noon, and night. Well, not anymore. I'm setting the example. What I've done is going to be puzzled over and studied and followed … forever.

John Doe: Don't ask me to pity those people. I don't mourn them any more than I do the thousands that died at Sodom and Gomorrah.
William Somerset: Is that to say, John, that what you were doing was God's good work?
John Doe: The Lord works in mysterious ways.

John Doe: Realize, detective, the only reason that I'm here right now is that I wanted to be.
David Mills: No, no, we would have got you eventually.
John Doe: Oh, really? So, what were you doing? Biding your time? Toying with me? Allowing five innocent people to die until you felt like springing your trap? Tell me, what was the indisputable evidence you were going to use on me right before I walked up to you and put my hands in the air?

David Mills: I seem to remember us knocking on your door.
John Doe: Oh, that's right. And I seem to remember breaking your face.

[William Somerset looks at an object in the road]
David Mills: What do you got?
William Somerset: Dead dog.
John Doe: I didn't do that.

John Doe: She begged for her life.
William Somerset: Shut up.
John Doe: She begged for her life and –
William Somerset: Shut up!
John Doe: She begged for her life and the life of the baby inside her.
William Somerset: Shut up! [punches him]
[Davis Mills realizes]
John Doe: Oh … [smiles] he didn't know.


  • Seven deadly sins. Seven ways to die.
  • Long is the way, and hard, that out of hell leads up to light.
  • Gluttony · Greed · Sloth · Envy · Wrath · Pride · Lust
  • Let he who is without sin try to survive
  • Ernest Hemingway once wrote, "The world is a fine place and worth fighting for." I agree with the second part.


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This number occurs frequently in Scripture, and in such connections as lead to the supposition that it has some typical meaning. On the seventh day God rested, and hallowed it (Gen 2:2, 3). The division of time into weeks of seven days each accounts for many instances of the occurrence of this number. This number has been called the symbol of perfection, and also the symbol of rest. "Jacob's seven years' service to Laban; Pharaoh's seven fat oxen and seven lean ones; the seven branches of the golden candlestick; the seven trumpets and the seven priests who sounded them; the seven days' siege of Jericho; the seven churches, seven spirits, seven stars, seven seals, seven vials, and many others, sufficiently prove the importance of this sacred number" (see Lev 25:4; 1Sam 2:5; Ps 126; 79:12; Prov 26:16; Isa 4:1; Mt 18:21, 22; Lk 17:4). The feast of Passover (Ex 12:15, 16), the feast of Weeks (Deut 16:9), of Tabernacles (13:15), and the Jubilee (Lev 25:8), were all ordered by seven. Seven is the number of sacrifice (2Chr 29:21; Job 42:8), of purification and consecration (Lev 42:6, 17; 8:11, 33; 14:9, 51), of forgiveness (Mt 18:21, 22; Lk 17:4), of reward (Deut 28:7; 1Sam 2:5), and of punishment (Lev 26:21, 24, 28; Deut 28:25). It is used for any round number in such passages as Job 5:19; Prov 26:16, 25; Isa 4:1; Mt 12:45. It is used also to mean "abundantly" (Gen 4:15, 24; Lev 26:24; Ps 7912).

This entry includes text from Easton's Bible Dictionary, 1897.

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