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  • adj. Aged between 60 and 69.


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  • No cop has been deemed to have valiance just because he arrested a weak sexagenerian walin 'with a cane, in the latter's house.

    Holder remains silent on Cambridge incident

  • Newsweek's cover article is entitled "Ready or Not, Boomers Turn 60," with a photocollage of a lot of sexagenerian celebrities that's a tribute to plastic surgery and good genes.

    Archive 2005-11-06

  • At other times we were more fortunate, and fell in with some venerable old sexagenerian, who, surrounded by the family pictures, loved to turn back with us and tell their histories in the days of the vice-regal court, pointing the while to the veritable lineaments of the person whose actions were described.

    The Knights of the Horse-Shoe; A Traditionary Tale of the Cocked Hat Gentry in the Old Dominion.

  • Two sexagenerian missionaries were freed some three months after their abduction by Somali bandits.

    Spero News


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