double six

double six

n. a year; a pair of six-month periods. (Streets.) Johnny spent a double six in the slammer.
See also: double, six
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The Welshman was briefly delayed in his charge as Webster pulled back to 2-2 in the set before both missed set-winning doubles, however Lewis became the first man through to the semi-finals with a double six.
Gary Pezza completed the sale of 66 Broadway in Greenlawn, NY for Double Six Realty.
But the Loons fought back and a Milne piledriver levelled the scores on the half-hour mark with Peters notching the first of his double six minutes later.
Ireland will chase their first win at Twickenham since 2010 this weekend, with the reigning double Six Nations champions without a victory in the competition's opening two rounds.
WALES are set to be handed a double Six Nations back-line boost this weekend, with Gareth Anscombe and Hallam Amos in contention to return from the injuries which have kept them out since the World Cup.
WALES are set to be handed a double Six Nations backline boost this weekend with Gareth Anscombe and Hallam Amos in contention to make their returns from the injuries which has stopped them playing since the World Cup.
Finally Wright ended this staggering clash with a sweet double six.
After the flunk in France a fortnight ago Lancaster's men could not afford another loss and they delivered against the double Six Nations champs.
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Action follows from now on, Tony downs the double six, He is wily and knows some tricks, David follows with six five, Just to keep the game alive, Keith is swiftly in to play And puts his double five away
It's like everyone has to be shaking a double six," he added.
Dekker had three darts at double six to stay alive and his first two attempts were so poor he took almost a minute to work out where to stand for a clear sight of the target.
Wales' double Six Nations title and Grand Slam-winning supremo would have been confirmed in the Lions role earlier this year.
Both players missed important throws but Chisnall kept his head to win the fifth set with double six after Taylor had missed two shots at double 20.