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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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To celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of academic work, the CROUS / CNOUS network decided to carry out a project to acquire iconic glass (tempered glass or equivalent) for university restaurants.
If you join the Friends of the National Churches Trust in 2013, their sixtieth anniversary year, you will receive a free copy of The Church Triumphant, a hard backed edition of watercolours of English churches by artist Bob Moody.
Not surprisingly, Hugo Chavez departed this vale of tears on the sixtieth anniversary of the death of Joe Stalin.
com/the-event/about) Coronation Festival , a four-day event to be held at Buckingham Palace to celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.
The 1961 'Flat Floor' Roadster, the sixtieth E-Type to leave the production line, will be restored by Classic Motor Cars of Bridgnorth (CMC).
It said: "I send you my grateful thanks for the words of loyalty and support which you have so kindly sent on the occasion of the Sixtieth Anniversary of my Accession to the Throne.
My sons were saying the other day, 'Well, Dad, we have to have a big party for you on your sixtieth.
Yoshihiko Noda will later address a gathering on "India-Japan Strategic and Global Partnership on the Sixtieth Anniversary of the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations".
The many facets of his career come to life through handwritten lyrics and journal entries, rare and intimate photos, in-depth interviews, and a variety of live concert footage, including exclusive all-star performances from his Sixtieth Birthday Celebration to benefit the Robin Hood Foundation at New York City's Beacon Theatre.
Both sides agreed to celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Pakistan and Japan in a befitting manner by enhancing interactions in cultural field and by focusing on trade and economic cooperation between the two countries.
GIVE ME TOMORROW: THE KOREAN WAR'S GREATEST UNTOLD STORY--THE EPIC STAND OF THE MARINES OF GEORGE COMPANY offers a detailed survey on the sixtieth anniversary of the year of the Korean War's start, and surveys a company's seemingly impossible mission and victories which have remain untold until now.
It contains essays that were commissioned for a 2008 conference held at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University to commemorate the sixtieth anniversary of the State Department's policy planning office, an organization best known for its first director, George Kennan, and his successor, Paul H.