They may be any age up to sixty or even sixty-five, but when they are black and naked they all look alike.
Since I was paying three thousand for the beers, I worked out that sixty thousand must have been about US$20.
sixty seconds later, however, that bad guy may need a wheelchair for life.
On the first day alone at least forty-seven persons were injured and sixty to seventy cars stoned.
sixty months after the failure of Lehman Brothers, many of the characters have changed.
We found that sixty or sixty-five had perished during the night.
But a soldier must be clad even to sixty rounds of ball cartridge.
I've lived here for sixty years and I've never been on the pond yet.
"Getting on for a hundred and sixty," said Mr Parmenter, taking out his watch.
Mr. Skinner is not going to fail for want of sixty dollars, is he?
: elevates in a spray of sand, and ''sixpacks'' her opponents, spiking the ball so savagely that it knocks the defender down (1990s+ Beach volleyball)
[fr a set of cans or bottles of beverage, most notably of beer, sold as a unit; the term is found by 1952]