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sixty

1. the cardinal number that is the product of ten and six
2. a numeral, 60, LX, etc., representing sixty
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Sixties Icon will stand alongside Winker Watson, whose fee next year is PS2,500.
Moreover, the author found that neither Democrats nor Republicans contested the gains that women and minorities made during the sixties.
SIXTIES-ESQUE SHAPES The most distinguishable element of Sixties styling is all in the silhouette - think sleek, minimalist shapes that look uber-modern but with that allimportant hint of mod.
Many of the creators and innovators of the Sixties were British, a fact we can all be proud of, so in recognition of such everlasting achievements, The Overtures have devised a special concert - The Bootleg Sixties - which is at the Playhouse Whitley Bay on Wednesday.
Many of the creators and innovators of the Sixties were, of course, British so in recognition of such everlasting achievements, The Overtures have devised a special concert The Bootleg Sixties.
Almost 150 Sixties types turned up at Newcastle City Library to hear a talk on the times by Ponteland fashion historian Caroline Whitehead as part of Local History Month activities.
What is it about the Sixties that appeals to young people who never experienced it?
Two chapters of The Sixties also demonstrate that, at the same time that gender norms were undergoing important challenges, conceptions of architecture and urban space were being contested and transformed.
Sixties Icon could be joined in Australia by Milne Graden, also owned by Roy and trained by Jeremy Noseda, but first on the agenda is the Geoffrey Freer Stakes.
The last decade has seen a revival of Sixties and Seventies fashion.
Malcolm Stent's follow-up to the hugely popular Go and Play Up Your Own End brings us back to the streets of Birmingham for a heart-warming look at growing up in the city in the sixties.
The chapter on transracial adoptions is an anecdotal and personal account from a scholar and white parent of an adopted African American child who acknowledges that the activities of the sixties made transracial adoptions appealing.