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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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The king of wimp rock has only gone and demanded he be supplied with a six-pack of Coca-Cola and a six-pack of Diet Coke in his dressing room before the gig.
Brand owner Mondelez have axed three and six-packs of Creme Eggs - which are only sold in the months before Easter - and replaced them with a five-pack.
Their only six-pack was the socks their mum gave them for Christmas.
He bought the first six-pack from Carrefour in Mall of the Emirates on July 10, when he first discovered one of the cans was empty.
Meanwhile, Green Bay, Wisconsin-based Unilever offers a Breyers Light six-pack of "double churned, extra creamy" Vanilla & Almond treats that contain one-half the fat of and 30% fewer calories than most so-called "regular ice cream bars" on the market.
Furthermore, notes Hoyt, six-packs are a more viable substitute for 12-packs than 20-ounce single-serve bottles, from a consumer-usage point of view.
The bar, in national supermarket distribution, is marketed in six-packs with a suggested retail price of $3.
Throughout the discussion, Guy executive producer Don Roos (writer-director of The Opposite of Sex) snapped photos and graciously proffered snacks and beverages--but alas, no six-packs.
And now, these Sessions have their own brand new six-packs.
5% growth in total adult yoghurt sales, and six-packs had made a significant contribution to Muller Corner's success, said Muller Dairy marketing director Lee Rolston.
And one of those needs is to not be promised lean, sculpted abs by DVD fitness instructors who look like they were born with iron six-packs.