sixty


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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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Did I understand you aright that you are an English woman and have been here for sixty years?
We 'll put in a new switchboard in sixty days," he said; "and agree to forfeit six hundred dollars a day for delay.
As illustrating the peculiar mental processes of the country people, I remember that I asked one coloured man, who was about sixty years old, to tell me something of his history.
Sea-otter at twelve dollars, worth from forty-five to sixty dollars; and for several kinds of furs nothing was allowed.
No, sir; if ye want sixty guineas earn them, and set me in my own country.
I bet five hundred that sixty days from now I pull up at the Tivoli door with the Dyea mail.
He brought his second wife to England toward the close of eighteen hundred and sixty six.
One hundred and sixty dollars," replied the man who had discovered the moon.
Afterwards we proceeded on to Kentucke river without opposition; and on the first day of April began to erect the fort of Boonsborough at a salt lick, about sixty yards from the river, on the S.
There are three hundred and sixty degrees on the circumference of the earth; and these three hundred and sixty degrees, multiplied by four minutes, gives precisely twenty-four hours--that is, the day unconsciously gained.
We have, therefore, a well of sixty feet in diameter to dig down to a depth of nine hundred feet.
Thirty-nine millions two hundred and sixty thousand livres, monseigneur.