He died (of bronchitis) on the 13th of March, 1856, in his sixty-sixth year.
It was his sixty-sixth birthday, and it reminded him that he was behindhand with his great work.
At sixty-sixth he came sasshaying right down the car and said 'Hello, patootie!'
One day is a three hundred and sixty-fifth or a three hundred and sixty-sixth of a year.
If he's worried or sad that sixty-sixth sense gets thrown up and becomes more veevid, if ye'll understand me.
I have much to think of to-day, this being my sixty-sixth birth-day.
He was the sixty-sixth applicant Roger had seen that morning.
Its habitual sojourn is in the portion of the Northern Ocean lying between the fortieth and sixty-sixth degrees of latitude.
It was now the sixty-sixth night of its continuance, and the rioters were still untired—still determined to resist to the last.
Two days after completing his sixty-sixth year, he was laid in the same grave with his friend.