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“Sad that no matter how many times I've repeatedly tried to explain my true position, journalists inevitably bring up this subject again and again; as if it was the only memorable thing I was reported to have done in my sixty-odd years living on this planet yawn.”
“What followed was a lively debate (sixty-odd coments and counting) about the definition of "hard" science fiction.”
“For the last sixty-odd years we have maintained an enviable relative GDP, a seat on the UN Security Council, and nuclear weapons.”
“That garish outfit is like nothing the English queen would EVER have worn in the sixty-odd years of her reign (1839-1901).”
“The latter, keen and sharp and wiry, for all his white hair and sixty-odd years, was as young in appearance as a man of thirty.”
“Nonetheless, Resnick does an admirable job of breathing life into the story of a small town's demise and its questioning of whether the disaster could have been avoided: "It was as if they had been waiting sixty-odd years for someone to just ask them what happened," she writes.”
“In so doing they have tried to be all things to all men, an objective which has seen them throw a childish paddy culminating in sixty-odd drama queens flouncing out of the House of Commons when they did not get their way.”
“Seen prices on the original ranging from almost nothing up to sixty-odd bucks on eBay.”
“Hawaiians distrusted each othei and at any one time there were sixty-odd groups saying they wanted the monarchy back and all trying in different ways to get land, because land meant money, and they wanted money to buy a new pickup truck and a TV and a loud radio.”
“There were fifteen in all, and all women, ranging in age from Mrs. Graham's sixty-odd years to a young woman in her early twenties, whom I had seen pushing a pram round the shops two days before.”
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