sexagesimal

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sexagesimal

[¦sek·sə¦jez·ə·məl]
(mathematics)
Pertaining to a multiplicity of 60 distinct alternative states or conditions or, simply, a positional numeration system to radix (or base) 60.
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Cardiff International Airport started life as a spitfire base 60 years ago this year.
The top brass put their weaponry on display yesterday at Camp Doha, their sprawling desert base 60 miles from the Iraqi border.
When the jet and its four crew arrived back at its base 60 miles away in Aviano "the pilot was apparently unaware that he had struck a cable or injured anyone", US Defence Secretary William Cohen said in Washington last night.
The jet limped back to base 60 miles away for an emergency landing as rescue helicopters, firemen, mountain rescuers, police, carabinieri and local volunteers rushed to the scene to search for survivors and recover bodies.
Base 60 mois et 2 fois une anne de reconduction possible.
Jackson XC _ Fri 5:38 am packed powder machine groomed 6-18 base 60 of 59 trails 84 miles Mon-Fri: 8a-4:30p Sat/Sun: 8a-4:30p