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six-pack

1. Informal a package containing six units, esp six cans of beer
2. Austral arranged in standard sets of six
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Yet Brooker has what no six-pack can provide - the ability to make a girl laugh.
Duke Energy, GE and Walmart have developed a plan allowing customers to substitute certain similar products when the GE Energy Smart[R] 13-watt bulb six-pack is unavailable.
For just under $40, drinkers can choose from 42 different bottle designs to make up their own colorful, custom-designed six-pack of Heineken.
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Add that to the designer water's celebrity status, and you've got a six-pack of 500 mL bottles that costs a startling $5.
S'mores recipes also will be featured in specially marked six-packs of Hershey's Milk Chocolate bars nationwide throughout the summer.
But two years ago, chain supermarkets began selling six-packs in some markets, and now beer distributors fear supermarket sales will damage their businesses if laws aren't changed.
1% abv beer has been available on draught in the UK since November 2002 and will now be sold in 300ml bottles--imported from Amsterdam--in supermarkets as six-packs.
Vegetables like tomatoes, eggplants, peppers and artichokes can still be planted from six-packs, 4-inch pots and gallon containers.
Random drawings will be held approximately twice an hour for a four-pack of tickets to the Los Angeles Zoo and for six-packs of compact fluorescent bulbs.