- n. six (6)
- n. the cardinal number that is the sum of five and one
“This time Karzai was also accompanied by a twelve-man Special Forces team and half a dozen CIA officers.”
“Since this calamity began, half a dozen human beings John and I have seen murdered in front of our hollow eyes, a throat slit, one baseball-batted, others shot and chopped.”
“One RAT gunner looks out to see a half a dozen seven-year-old boys, a cluster of TPs he was about to open fire on—he had been delighted that he had so many insurgents in one cluster, it would be an easy kill and his computer would rack up the credits, earning him and his driver a reward, compensatory time off or another insignia.”
“The main tunnel fell in years ago, but there were half a dozen smaller entrances, plus a couple of airshafts.”
“Government House, enlarged by King to a size permitting him to entertain half a dozen dinner guests in better days, finally sported sheet glass in its small-paned windows, courtesy of Governor Phillip.”
“Rhonda Kranowski got divorced last year and went through at least half a dozen guys in about four months.”
“There he was introduced to a team of half a dozen Delta Force operators and signals intelligence “collectors” led by Dalton Fury also a pseudonym.”
“King Arshur has sent off half a dozen expeditions to deal with minor tax revolts.”
“I always put three balls in the left front pocket of my shorts, then half a dozen long tees, two Sacagawea coins for markers, and a divot tool in the right pocket.”
“I became friendly with half a dozen other students in the class, and we decided to form a workshop, a move Professor Mowery heartily endorsed.”
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