Definition of 'sixty-two'
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He was a hard-faced man of sixty-two, sullen and morose in an old flying jacket and tweed cap, a grey stubble covering his chin.CONFESSIONAL (2001)
With Father Sandru's passing (at the relatively tender age of sixty-two ), what little enthusiasm there had been for change withered.COLDHEART CANYON (2001)
Maas had calculated that they would only need sixty-two for the job but, like all engineers, he worshipped redundancy.CORMORANT (2001)
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