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  • n. Plural form of six-pack.


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  • She built it out of foam and wire and the plastic things that hold six-packs together.

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  • The better to sneak a couple of six-packs in, my dear.

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  • As if we have any spare work time, what with watching out for the fate of mankind and the state of our six-packs.

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  • Tom's brainchild allows gays who haven't discovered Google to flip through ads for hundreds of gay-friendly businesses, all of which appear to be staffed by shirtless men with six-packs.

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  • Wasn't it the Republicans who 6 months ago ran on the platform of being for "Joe six-packs"?

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  • He came out carrying two six-packs and a bottle of wine, which he then handed to Zach, who sped away.

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  • A young French husband walked past us, his white-gold band gleaming in the lamplight, two six-packs of beer under his arm.

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  • She swept up the coffee grounds, got two six-packs out of the fridge, and we guzzled beers one after another.

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  • Imagine working a brutal 10-hour shift at the Post Office, coming home and arguing with your wife or girlfriend, or half-girlfriend, half-prostitute that was living with you, finishing off three or four six-packs of beer and then... writing.

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  • In some parts of the city, entrepreneurs were seen cruising the streets in pickup trucks with tarpaulin sheets covering up six-packs of half-liter bottles of water, priced at 250 baht to 300 baht per pack, or nearly $10.

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