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- n. The cardinal number immediately following sixty-five and preceding sixty-seven.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A game of cards played, generally by two persons, with 24 cards, the ace, ten, king, queen, knave, and nine ranking in the order named.
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- adj. being six more than sixty
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Many, many people came to pay respects to a couple who had served their community together for the sixty-six years they were married.
He lived on the Jack London ranch from the age of ten until he died sixty-six years later.
Over an eighty-four-year period 1921-2003, the Yankees finished with a better regular-season record than the Red Sox an amazing sixty-six times.
At that time I shall be sixty-six years old, which can be very old, or not.
Miss Ferenczi tells the students that as soon as their regular teacher returns, six times eleven will be sixty-six again, you can rest assured.
Jonquière answered, I have reached the age of sixty-six years, and . . .
As one example, it mentioned the sixty-six steel containers, though the Swiss had still not been granted access to them by the Americans.
The image of sixty-six thousand people killed instantly was seared into his memory, and he later told friends he was awestruck by the devastation that a nuclear bomb could deliver.
Khan, who was sixty-six years old and living on a comfortable estate on the outskirts of Islamabad, was arrested and, after several days of interrogation, he agreed to sign a written confession and make a public apology.
For instance, in examining the export records of Phitec and Traco, Wyss had found that the companies had shipped sixty-six steel containers to Dubai and then on to Singapore.