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sixty-nine

n. an act of mutual oral sex. (Based on the interlocking numerals in 69. Usually objectionable.) The old lady caught them in the bushes doing a sixty-nine.
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For American readers, Sixty-Nine may seem most a cross between Catcher in the Rye and The Strawberry Statement.
Despite its suggestive title, Sixty-nine is an innocent recollection of the year 1969 by a first-person narrator who, like Ryu Murakami himself, is a fiction writer in 1984.
Sixty-nine percent want disclosure of unasserted claims that management knows could be made on the company and would have a material impact.
BCCI's operations encompassed subsidiaries, branches, and affiliates in sixty-nine countries, principally in developing countries.
Sixty-nine percent say they are confident their wives or girlfriends would enjoy a gift of fine jewelry, while 56% say they are extremely confident.
When he turned sixty-nine, he penned his experiences at length, from the day he volunteered for the army to the day he returned home, hardened from the brutal realities of his service.
The center is on sixty-nine acres of tidal estuary within an ecological preserve located on Florida's east coast in the historic and arts-oriented town of New Smyrna Beach.
Sixty-nine percent of the children assigned to risperidone showed significant improvement, compared with only 12 percent in the placebo group.
Vyakul, who died in May at sixty-nine, was no "outsider"; he was a tantric scholar and Sanskritist, a learned and avid collector of devices used in magic and ritual, and a founder of what has become the richest private museum of folk and tantric art in India.
Sixty-nine percent said they oppose voucher plans to aid religious and other private schools.
Pay at Mandarin and other Salvadoran maquiladoras is between fifty-six and sixty-nine cents an hour, according to the National Labor Committee.
NASDAQ: NNRGA) reports that its affiliated joint venture, San Jacinto Power Company, has executed purchase documentation for the acquisition of sixty-nine (69) wind power plants.
Sixty-nine percent of Salt Lake City businesses also reported that unsolicited "spam" e-mail is a problem.
2 million for the 2002-03 and 2003-04 fiscal years, SAN FRANCISCO BALLET has reduced the number of dancer contracts from seventy-two to sixty-nine.
Sixty-nine of 88 players on the Cowboys' current training-camp roster weren't in the league during that 1998 season.