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  • I saw she had a few inches on me, and I'm six-one.

    Knives

  • The former Bureau ADIC wore a belted tan trench and black slacks and stood a pear-shaped five-six or five-seven, compared to his six-one.

    Etched in Bone

  • Simon stood there, at his full six-one, wearing a dark shirt and pants, both of which were shredded, barely clinging to his taut body.

    The Thieves of Darkness

  • At six-one, with a medium-built athletic frame, sexy bald head, and the dreamiest hazel eyes I had ever seen, it was no surprise that he usually “got” every woman he went after.

    When the Truth Lies

  • When I came out of the Marine Corps, I was six-one, I weighed about 205.

    It’s What’s Inside the Lines That Counts

  • And then in my eleventh-grade year, probably I was six-one at that time but I could throw the ball pretty hard.

    It’s What’s Inside the Lines That Counts

  • At six-one and 170 pounds, he was human-scale, without the celebrity sheen.

    THE PROMISE

  • He was six-one and looked to be in perfect shape, but at twenty-three that was expected.

    American Assassin

  • On the spread I featured I have yet to hear any explanation for the six-one slant in the "public" quotes or of the 4-0 slant in the "public" pictures.

    Manchester Evening News: In Pocket of NO Campaign?

  • At six-one, he'd been lean, a runner, for most of his life.

    'City of the Sun'

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