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  1. 60snoun

    The decade of the 1960s.

  2. 60snoun

    Temperatures from 60 to 69 degrees.

Wikipedia

  1. 60s

    Ribosomal particles are denoted according to their sedimentation coefficients in Svedberg units. The 60S subunit is the large subunit of eukaryotic 80S ribosomes. It is structurally and functionally related to the 50S subunit of 70S prokaryotic ribosomes. However, the 60S subunit is much larger than the prokaryotic 50S subunit and contains many additional protein segments, as well as ribosomal RNA expansion segments.

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  1. 60s

    This is a list of events occurring in the 60s, ordered by year. The Roxolani are defeated on the Danube by the Romans. Emperor Nero sends an expedition to explore the historical city Meroë. Vitellius is proconsul of Africa. Agrippa II of the Herodians rules the northeast of Judea. The following events in Roman Britain take place in 60 or 61: Gaius Suetonius Paulinus, Roman governor of Britain, captures the island of Mona, the last stronghold of the druids. Prasutagus, king of the Iceni, dies leaving a will which passes his kingdom to his two daughters and emperor Nero. The Roman army however annexes the kingdom as if conquered, depriving the nobles of their hereditary lands and plundering the land. The king's widow, Boudica, is flogged and forced to watch their daughters publicly raped. Roman financiers, including Seneca the Younger, call in their loans. Boudica leads a rebellion of the Iceni against Roman rule in alliance with the Trinovantes, Cornovii, Durotriges and Celtic Britons.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of 60s in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of 60s in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of 60s in a Sentence

  1. Christine Brennan:

    In the Michael Jordan-Tiger Woods era, we got used to athletes and coaches toeing the company line, playing it safe at every turn, but the election of Donald Trump has changed that, and Gregg Popovich is the leading example so far in the sports world. Athletes and coaches are finding their voice in a way that is reminiscent of the '60s. This makes sense because sports are no longer an escape from the real world but much more a mirror of our society. Because Trump is so controversial, it makes sense to me that people from all walks of life, including sports, are speaking out.

  2. Alexander Colvin:

    Alexander Colvin unions are in a much weaker position than they were in the 50s, 60s, 70s, there's opportunities now to revitalize, but it's an opportunity, not a reality yet.

  3. Michael Kazin:

    We're seeing huge crowds in little cities, or even where there's hardly any Black people, that's new. That didn't happen in the'60s, or even in 2013.

  4. Eli Steele:

    I think woke comes from a larger phenomenon of white guilt. America, in the mid-'60s … [admitted] that it partook of evil and it partook of evil for four centuries— wasn’t just a quick minute, one of the consequences is that the moral authority of the American democracy was put at risk because of this history of evil that came to the forefront in the '60s. Since that time, white America understandably has been trying to reestablish its moral authority, its moral legitimacy. In order to do that, it has to find ways to demonstrate that it is not guilty any longer of those old evils.

  5. Shelby Steele:

    I suppose looking back from today, it was a kind of golden age, almost. This was after the war post-50s, 60s. The government had no interest in socially engineering black Americans anywhere. We were pretty much left to our own devices within the boundaries of segregation. So we were limited in that regard, and yet within the community itself, there was an ethos of responsibility and a new possibility in a post-war community. And so the focus was on what we could do for ourselves, and we did many great things. On the street I grew up, a friend down at the end of the block, his name was Melvin Van Peebles — he invented independent filmmaking in America, in the world.

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