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a person who is at least six feet tall

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He picked up further shots at the 10th and 13th, sank a clutch 15-footer to save par at the 16th and finished in style by rolling in a six-footer at the last before pumping his fist in celebration.
Bland made five birdies around the turn in his quest for his first European Tour win on his 281st start, but missed a six-footer for par at the last to drop into a tie for third with a 68, while Wiesberger went one better with a 67.
The talented loose forward joins Giants head of youth development Peter Riding's young guns and he can't wait to see how the bulky six-footer fits in at the Galpharm.
Macpherson, who is a six-footer, dressed down in a teeny white dress and gold flats at a dinner for American fashion designer Michael Kors at China Tang in the Dorchester hotel.
THIS Hawaiian six-footer is really starting to establish himself on tour and could give backers a decent run at 150-1.
But I missed a three-footer for par at four, a six-footer for par at five, another six-footer for birdie at the sixth and again from six feet at seven for par so, yes, I feel it should have been a lot better than 70.
The six-footer had earlier been involved in a row with the woman.
Six-footer Flynn, who was formerly at Liverpool, is a strong and powerful defender, who is equally at home in the centre back and right back positions.
The 29-year-old sexy six-footer, whose grandfather was Welsh author Roald Dahl, is photographed wearing her FTBC T-shirt with pride in a national advertising campaign for Breakthrough Breast Cancer.
Erin, a mighty six-footer who has become the face of Marks & Spencer, stepped in when a catfight erupted at a posh fashion party in London.
Scott Carey had been a handsome, comfortable American six-footer with a loving wife and a doting baby daughter when accidental radiation exposure created a freak irreversible metabolic reaction that causes him to shrink a seventh of an inch every day until he disappears altogether This taut, intense novel opens when he is only an inch tall and recounts in excruciating detail his relentless struggle for survival in an alienating, menacing and increasingly meaningless world.
And for some reason, I think I got more credit for the one-foot air on the six-footer.
Six-footer Charnock, 21, was born in Preston and played League football for Wigan Athletic before joining Northwich on a free transfer in August, 2003.
Six-footer Cassandra Lee, who recently moved to the area from Sweden, has averaged about 10 points per game during Oak Park's summer play.
Industrial's specialty is big candles--from a votive (vigil candle) up to a six-footer made of a proprietary wax that will burn for 5,000 hours, targeted at nightclubs and restaurants.