sixty-nine

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sixty-nine

1. noun, vulgar slang A sexual position in which two partners perform oral sex on one another simultaneously. An allusion to the suggestive appearance of the numeral 69.
2. verb, vulgar slang To perform such a sexual act with another person.

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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Pagunsan birdied two of the last six holes to preserve a five-under card he spiked with a strong 32 start to get past a slew of rivals and snatch second place at 16-under 272, including back-to-back 69s and another 67 Saturday.
Johvanie Abano and Japan's Ryo Nishimura also assembled 69s to be tied with Go with Albin Engino and Mars Pucay in Lascuna's group together with two foreigners.
US-based Luis Castro and Gab Manotoc matched three-under 69s as they grabbed a two-stroke lead over Dan Cruz at the start of the two-stage SEA Games men's team qualifier at the Luisita Golf and Country Club in Tarlac yesterday.
Drysdale and Johnston carded three-under 69s at Leopard Creek, which borders Kruger National Park, to sit three off Alfred Dunhill Championship leader Oliver Bekker.
The Scot needs a topfour finish at the Andalucia Valderrama Masters today after back-to-back twounder 69s left him tied third.
Asi ha ocurrido esta vez, en la que celebro el 69s aniversario de la Independencia de Jordania y de su declaracion como Reino, en el que acompano a su marido, el rey Abdullah, en calidad de Monarca consorte.
Irishmen Peter Lawrie and Shane Lowry are three off the lead after both shots 69s while Padraig Harrington is a further three back after his second 69.
Matt Colcombe (1) and John Doherty (9) came home with a pair of 69s, while Adam (5) had a round of 75 for the winning trio.
After opening with a pair of 75s Maguire left the field trailing on the final day when she shot two three under par 69s for a level par total of 288.
Richardson had back-to-back 69s to finish in second place, a stroke behind American Geoffrey Sisk.
The lanky Bristolian has been suffering with back trouble, which forced him to withdraw from the Wales Open, and 36 holes at Sunningdale in Monday's Open qualifier resulted in a disappointing pair of 69s and a share of 41st place.
Duke shot a 76 on the first day, but then played the next five rounds better than par, including three straight 3-under 69s to end his qualifying.
The duo lead Finland's Minea Blomqvist and Korean Bo Mih Suh, who both shot 69s, by a stroke.
All three shot 69s in the final round to finish at 3-under 210.
Spaniard Tania Elosegui and Lee Chang-Hee of South Korea share second place after shooting 69s, one shot clear of Spain's Beatriz Recari, South Korea's Kim Hye-Youn and Clare Queen of Scotland whose 70 was bogey-free.