SIX


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AcronymDefinition
SIXSwiss Exchange
SIXSimple Interface in Xml
SIXSeattle Internet Exchange (est. 1997; Washington)
SIXSoda Is X-Changed (show)
SIXSine Oculis Homeobox, Drosophila
SIXSlovak Internet Exchange (Slovak University of Technology; Slovakia)
SIXSpatial Information Exchange (Department of Lands; New South Wales, Australia)
SIXScandinavian Information Exchange
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Suddenly a dreadful shock was felt, and the projectile, under the force of six billions of litres of gas, developed by the combustion of pyroxyle, mounted into space.
When the day came on which the sentence was to be executed, it was the last day of the six years in which she must not speak or laugh, and now she had freed her dear brothers from the power of the enchantment.
Why is it that so many women are afraid to be left alone with their thoughts between six and seven?
She said she could feel six, but they must be OLD rabbits, because they were so hard and all different shapes.
So, from first to last, the story of the telephone in Great Britain has been a "comedy of errors." There are now, in the two islands, not six hundred thousand telephones in use.
And one of the six forecastle hands was little better.
I wonder if you'd he so superior and snippy if you had to live on six dollars a week."
The prisoners were drawn up six deep, and the young men, one hundred and sixty-one in number, were ordered to go first on board of the vessels.
"Three hundred, say at six per cent.--that'd be six cents on the dollar, sixty cents on ten dollars, six dollars on the hundred, on three hundred eighteen dollars.
Now ye shall wit that that very duke and his six sons are they whom but few days past you also did overcome and send to Arthur's court!"
Now an army is exposed to six several calamities, not arising from natural causes, but from faults for which the general is responsible.
But the colonel ordered six of the ringleaders to be seized, and thought no punishment so proper as to deliver them bound into my hands; which some of his soldiers accordingly did, pushing them forward with the butt-ends of their pikes into my reach.