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“In 2007, a sixty-year-old woman confronted a doctor at New York Presbyterian Hospital with stacks of paper, each covered with what she said were tissue samples that had fallen off her skin.”
“Rader, a pudgy, bespectacled sixty-year-old leaned into the glass that separated us and told the scariest story I had ever heard, made more frightening by the calm, unemotional way he told it.”
“My boyfriend, Johnny, who is also old, has his own issues, the kind that lots of sixty-year-old men have with their snicker, snicker “wieners.””
“In Italy, the talented and beautiful Teresa Guiccioli, teenage wife of the very wealthy sixty-year-old Count Alessandro Guiccioli, had a similarly difficult marriage.”
“Nancy Meyer gave the sixty-year-old woman played by Meryl Streep romantic choices (me, I would have picked Alec Baldwin, but never mind ...)”
“In the end, of course, the only way we'll resolve Fermi's notorious, sixty-year-old puzzle is to find the aliens, if they're out there.”
“And, no doubt, somewhere in Ramallah there was a sixty-year-old Palestinian slamming his fist on his own table, irate at what the Israelis did to his father's olive tree in 1948.”
“One can imagine the mindless bureaucrat sitting in a drab army office calculating the number of calories the average five-year-old, fifteen-year-old, and sixty-year-old requires to exist in bare survival's gray wretchedness.”
“You rented your house to a recently divorced sixty-year-old woman who loved to row, but she drowned?”
“Completing the foursome was a sixty-year-old blacksmith and jack of all trades named Cornbury S.”
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