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  • During his days in Pasadena, Whitaker cut an imposing figure, standing six-feet four-inches tall and weighing about 240 pounds.

    This is an archive of a past election

  • He is fifteen-years old, almost six-feet tall and he smells like a dog that's been out in the rain.

    White Bread

  • In his mid-twenties, standing six-feet even, Brody was slender, the only fat thing on him being his stomach.

    Show Stoppah

  • Balsz said he's grown six inches in the last six months, to just short of six-feet tall.

    Tight Game, Loose Braces

  • Letter: For the record, I'm six-feet, three inches tall, weigh 190 lbs., and, being on my college tennis team, have a pretty good body.

    John Shore: Liar, Liar, Pants On Fire

  • Shola was a teenager -- six-feet tall, rail thin and heartbreakingly gorgeous.

    Ashley Judd: A Kenyan Brothel's Lasting Impression

  • Balsz said he's grown six inches in the past six months, to just short of six-feet tall.

    Beau's Braced for Open Charge

  • Julia runs at her dad full speed ahead, singing as she goes, Will tries to attach himself to his dad's leg, Jamie gets in on the picture by trying to climb on piggy-back style, and Daniel completes the hug-assault by trying to pick his six-feet tall dad up in the air.

    Emily Franklin: To Sir(loin) With Love

  • Her dormant hormones spring to life the day six-feet, four-inches of drop-dead gorgeous man moves in to the vacant house next to hers.

    2010 May 11 — Fusion Despatches

  • "It was surrounded by brambles and weeds that were six-feet high."

    A Castle-Like Estate

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