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AD 676 Æthelred of Mercia invades Kent and Cuthbert of Lindisfarne skips town to become a hermit. (embellishment mine cuz skipping town sounds more better than withdrawing as Wikipedia put it)

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In 2001, two Japanese airliners carrying a total of 677 people narrowly avoided a mid-air collision, passing within 200 feet of each other

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In

678 AD

St.Agathon became the Pope. Since he was 100 years old, three years of his papacy could be seen as unexpectedly long term.

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679 Artists is a record label.

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Razer, go to the banned thread and have yourself banned for 680 times for messing the numbers. *shakes tentacle in the air*

There’s

681

reason why OCD is not a disorder, it is those who are not obsessive-compulsive that are disorderly.

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In 682, Jarrow Priory, a twin-foundation English monastery, located on the River Wear, at Monkwearmouth, and the River Tyne, at Jarrow, was founded it what was then the Kingdom of Northumbria. Jarrow became the centre of Anglo-Saxon learning in the north of England, producing the greatest Anglo-Saxon scholar, Bede.

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683 square kilometres of my country are still officially mine fields.

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In 684, Halley's Comet was first recorded as being sighted in Japan.

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Quoting Wiki:

K-278 Komsomolets was the only Project 685 Plavnik nuclear-powered attack submarine of the Soviet Navy. The boat sank in 1989 and is currently resting on the floor of the Barents Sea, one mile deep, with its nuclear reactor and two nuclear warheads still on board.

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686 is a palindromic number

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687. Form I-687 is an application for the status of temporary resident of the USA.

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In 688, King Caedwalla of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex abdicates the throne and goes on a pilgrimage to Rome.

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In 688, King Caedwalla of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex abdicates the throne and goes on a pilgrimage to Rome.

And apparently the next year, AD 689 the poor bloke dies.

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GeForce GTX 690 graphics card combines dual Kepler GPUs for the ultimate in performance! So there.

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There are exactly 691 water fountains in the Pentagon.

Shouldn’t that be classified or something?

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692 is the country dialling code for Marshall Islands,

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It takes 694 snowflakes to tip the scales at just over 11 grams, which is how heavy an average blue tit (yes, a bird) is.

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The Porsche 695 is a car.

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Ducati Monster 696 is not a car.

Ha!

And it can land you in the hospital faster than a Porsche.

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The 697 will get you from Keighley to Bradford.

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United Methodist Hymnal no.698 is God of the Ages and the site I found it on implies there are more of those. Hymnals, not gods.

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699. DD-699, named USS Waldron, was an American destroyer launched in 1944. She survived the war, was decommissionned and placed in the Atlantic Reserve Fleet in 1950, and sold to Colombia in 1973. She was scrapped in 1986.

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700 people participated in a community food initiative in Sleaford last year.

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