GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a sixth part.
- n. one part in six equal parts
“A decade ago, that fraction was only one-sixth.xi On top of the language factor, students who take the test annually in over 170 countries and territories, from the Aaland Islands to Zimbabwe, must contend with often-strange concepts that show up on the test.”
“While football had 67 minutes of standing-around time — about 21 minutes less than baseball — baseball broadcasts showed managers about one-half the amount of time that football broadcasts showed head coaches, one-sixth the amount of shots showing officials and only half the time that football telecasts devoted to replays.”
“Home of ethnic UighursXinjiang accounts for about one-sixth of China's overall land mass and is crucial strategically to the country because of its rich deposits of oil and gas and its close proximity to Afghanistan, Pakistan and Central Asia.”
“If the Colts commit over one-sixth of the salary cap to Manning, they have less money to pay players at other positions.”
“Passenger and cargo transport is way down - one-sixth of what it was just 20 years ago.”
“* "A big-government takeover of one-sixth of the economy": 25%”
“The administration with regard to this year's negotiation that we're talking about, that Senator Kerry called reckless, has only come about one-sixth of the way to where House Republicans are, and where I am the majority and hopefully all Senate Republicans are.”
“The increase was more than any other state, and accounted for one-sixth of U.S. population growth.”
“That means that a dollar today buys only about one-sixth of the consumer goods it purchased in 1971.”
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