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  • It looked like 60 years of reporting crammed into a six-by-six box.

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  • They date to an order by the Continental Congress that divided the nation into six-by-six mile tracts.

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  • Colin puts the same amount of effort into still-hunting squirrels as he would looking for a six-by-six bull in the Grand Tetons, so any squirrel that pops up in his path is likely burying its final acorn.

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  • Colin puts the same amount of effort into still-hunting squirrels as he would looking for a six-by-six bull in the Grand Tetons, so any squirrel that pops up in his path is likely burying its final acorn.

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  • The Night Writing code was a six-by-six grid representing the alphabet and some frequent sequences of two or three letters.

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  • They stood before the wall, which had been constructed of six-by-six timbers laid horizontally, one atop the other.

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  • Before the sphere can touch down, the circle irises open and a six-by-six slab of Plexo leaps out, flattened like a flying squirrel.

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  • Before the sphere can touch down, the circle irises open and a six-by-six slab of Plexo leaps out, flattened like a flying squirrel.

    Masked

  • The six-by-six foot portrait made of 12,784 gumballs was the creation of artist Franz Spohn with the help of school children as part of a Martin Luther King Day celebration at the King Kennedy Center in Ravenna, Ohio.

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  • I heard the tumblers click into place as he secured me inside; as I entered Shays six-by-six world.

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