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sixty-two

A regional slang term for 2 1/2 ounces of poor-quality crack cocaine.
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This book offers 300 ways to jumpstart camper recruitment and increase enrollment, including twelve free ways to promote your Web site and sixty-two power words for increasing sales such as "exciting," "fun," "personal," and "reliable.
The borough also has a nice line in classy joints attached to theatres, first with Konditor And Cook at the Young Vic, and now with Sixty-Two at the Southwark Theatre.
When Oprah Winfrey interviewed Michael Jackson in 1993, the show drew 56 percent of those watching TV at the time, for an audience of sixty-two million.
Amanda's mother Julia was David Dickson's housekeeper until he married a twenty-five-year-old white woman when he was sixty-two.
Sixty-two percent of respondents expected business conditions to improve in the near term (up from 56% in the third quarter and 52% in the second quarter), while only 4% expected business to worsen.
Sixty-two percent of the gross income for the entire properties was generated by the retail space.
Sixty-two percent of the respondents said they are willing to reduce their personal spending by at least $1,000 a year so they can save more for retirement.
Sixty-two of these were for gold, compared with about 100 in 1988.
Sixty-two (5 percent) of the 1126 companies studied have 25 percent or more women on their boards.
Sixty-two years after the Bowerses pulled up stakes, the longtime resident of the San Fernando Valley yearned to follow up.
Organized by artistic director Francesco Bonami, the show focuses on the visual arts--with sixty-two participants, most of whom have yet to receive much international exposure--while other disciplines (video, cinema, animation.
Using sixty-two performers of all ages, plus some high-tech wizardry, Ching showed the evolution of kahiko (ancient) hula over hundreds of years before its contact with the West, as a visual element that accompanied cycles of chants celebrating gods, chiefs, heroes and the beauty of their pristine islands and waters.