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six

1. the cardinal number that is the sum of five and one
2. a numeral, 6, VI, etc., representing this number
3. something representing, represented by, or consisting of six units, such as a playing card with six symbols on it
4. Cricket
a. a stroke in which the ball crosses the boundary without bouncing
b. the six runs scored for such a stroke
5. a division of a Brownie Guide or Cub Scout pack

What does it mean when you dream about the number six?

In numerology the number six represents harmony and peacemaking qualities.

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Bruce phoned up with the request, but was knocked for six when the reply came back via an agent that Bruce would have to sell St Andrews to raise enough money to buy the 27-year-old.
Jim Old's string was knocked for six by virus- related problems and most of his horses palpably failed to give their true running as a result.
They were expecting a troupe of castle staff to play them in the millennium match - but were knocked for six when Dent-Brocklehurst invited his showbiz pals instead.
The group, whose Top 20 hits include Stripper Vicar and Wide Open Space, were knocked for six when CIN chiefs banned four-track EPs from its singles chart.
I went back the way and my confidence was knocked for six.
I'm feeling sick and the wife's been knocked for six.
Liberal Democrat business spokeswoman Lorely Burt said: "The car industry has been knocked for six by the recession.
Ashton Athletic were knocked for six at league leaders AFC Fylde, who now lead by five at the top of the table.
The 32-year-old American had jetted into Coventry for a fight at the Skydome - and was knocked for six when he spotted waitress Debbie Hammond, aged 21, of Dennis Road, Stoke Heath, Coventry.
So when her partner of six years Tony Brown arrived at the Talbot Green store to pop the question - complete in an officer's outfit with Robbie Williams tune 'Feel' playing in the background - she was knocked for six.
Pupils at cricketer Steve Harmison's old school have been knocked for six with the star bowler's Ashes success.
But was knocked for six when the reply came back via an agent that he would have to sell St Andrew's to raise enough money to buy the 27-year-old striker who has been in stunning form for Celtic this season.