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  • It has a full orchestra, sixty-foot wide set, Indian sitar band and, of course, the world-class rock band Cheap Trick, all powered by some of the most talented production people in the business, including the renowned Geoff Emerick, said Bill Edwards, Executive Producer.

    2010 June | CheapTrick.com

  • You'll have to cross a raging torrent on a sixty-foot pine tree.

    THE TASTE OF THE MEAT

  • As Rachel approached the bridge, the family appeared on the other end of the sixty-foot walkway.

    Rogue Wave

  • In 1939, thinking his wife might like to learn to ride a horse, Koch commissioned the construction of a thirty-thousand-square-foot private riding hall with mirrored walls and a sixty-foot vaulted ceiling outfitted with dramatic skylights.

    The Lampshade

  • On the ocean side of a thirty-story apartment building, the aft end of a sixty-foot charter fishing boat was suspended ten stories above the street.

    Rogue Wave

  • On both fractured tankers, men were trapped on the severed bows and sterns, and all four sections were sinking in sixty-foot seas.

    OVERBOARD !

  • The sixty-foot yacht drifted through the harbor, arriving at the public dock.

    The Thieves of Darkness

  • Perched atop a sixty-foot stone column, Lee stood ramrod straight in the downpour, arms crossed, left foot forward, water pouring off the brim of his hat.

    The Lampshade

  • The sixty-foot yacht drifted through the harbor, arriving at the public dock.

    The Thieves of Darkness

  • Soon after the boats reached the fishing ground, they were hit with hurricane-force winds and massive, sixty-foot waves that battered the boats for hours.

    OVERBOARD !

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