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- n. A Cub Scout who leads a group of six.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Something possessing or connected with six or a set of six objects.
- n. In cricket, a hit which scores six runs.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the cardinal number that is the sum of five and one
Just left the Chamber to find the First Minister in his room in deep discussion with two brownies from Caerphilly, including a 'sixer' - a senior position in 'brownie's world'.
Sitting right next door to the sixer was the single, at $.99, the econo pack was looking pretty good, coming in at just over $.66 each!
I have to say that the young 'sixer' looked entirely at home in the heart of Government - and looked totally relaxed when facing the TV cameras.
The next bit I did was a 'sixer' (six months), and I escaped from prison in about three weeks after I got it.
Before long he had overtaken his fellow - "sixer," and almost immediately drew up to our champion.
Here in Georgia, a good sixer of beer costs close to $10.
Now, going on to what I wanted to say, the key sponsors have more or less changed the way things like a sixer, a catch or a wicket are referred to by people in India, at least during the IPL.
In his mellow cups John, like most of us, was always a better player in his rosily misty memory than he had actually been, and when I told him I was moving to Hereford he said to make sure to pay respects to the village pitch at Much Marcle: "It's where I hit my biggest ever sixer – not only out of the field but over the road and into a distant barn."
(Horse shoes) Add a 'sixer of Old Style and your all set.
(AnneDroid, I bet you were a sixer) on January 2, 2009 at 9: 33 am | Reply Roses
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