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1. the cardinal number that is the sum of five and one
2. a numeral, 6, VI, etc., representing this number
3. something representing, represented by, or consisting of six units, such as a playing card with six symbols on it
4. Cricket
a. a stroke in which the ball crosses the boundary without bouncing
b. the six runs scored for such a stroke
5. a division of a Brownie Guide or Cub Scout pack

What does it mean when you dream about the number six?

In numerology the number six represents harmony and peacemaking qualities.

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This article examines both the Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights to counsel and the underlying principles that support these rights.
Understanding the protections of the Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights to counsel and the concomitant procedural rules begins with an appreciation of the principals that underlie those rights.
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