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  • Dark chocolate to the bone, 187 stood about six-foot-six.

    Show Stoppah

  • Dark chocolate to the bone, 187 stood about six-foot-six.

    Show Stoppah

  • Wally had been the star defenseman on the team that had beaten us in the 1981 state final, a six-foot-six, 225-pound bruiser with agile feet and pretty fair hands for a big man.

    The Hanging Tree

  • A long-limbed lefty at six-foot-six and 180 pounds, Jones was a southpaw version of Paige, all arms and legs as he whipsawed the ball.

    Satch, Dizzy & Rapid Robert

  • He stood six-foot-six, but his heavily muscled torso made him seem even taller.

    Superhero Prose Fiction: DC Universe - Last Sons 1

  • Though he's hardly a household name, the lanky, six-foot-six Mr. Querrey was not an out-of-nowhere surprise.

    Do American Men Still Play Tennis?

  • A long-limbed lefty at six-foot-six and 180 pounds, Jones was a southpaw version of Paige, all arms and legs as he whipsawed the ball.

    Satch, Dizzy & Rapid Robert

  • A long-limbed lefty at six-foot-six and 180 pounds, Jones was a southpaw version of Paige, all arms and legs as he whipsawed the ball.

    Satch, Dizzy & Rapid Robert

  • For nearly half a century, the man behind "Scotland's other national drink" has been Mr.Barr. Since 1961, the six-foot-six Mr. Barr has borne the responsibility of blending the Irn-Bru recipe first concocted by his great-grandfather and great-uncle 109 years ago.

    It Isn't Iron and It Isn't Brewed, But Irn-Bru Hews to Its Orange Hue

  • A long-limbed lefty at six-foot-six and 180 pounds, Jones was a southpaw version of Paige, all arms and legs as he whipsawed the ball.

    Satch, Dizzy & Rapid Robert

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