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Synonyms for 6

the cardinal number that is the sum of five and one

denoting a quantity consisting of six items or units

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She is a scholar and has applied her talents to a recreation of life in Palestine 2000 years ago.
SHOCK news from Italy this week, claiming that we didn't give football to the world - they did, more than 2000 years ago.
I have no respect for the people who do it, it's backward, something you could imagine 2000 years ago.
This year's hi-tech Christmas seems far removed from the birth of Christ 2000 years ago in a stable.
The volcano in the west Antarctic, near Pine Island glacier, last erupted 2000 years ago but is still active.
Events organisers Pax Britannica are putting on the show to recreate the day-to-day life of Roman and Celtic people, 2000 years ago.
Through prayer, the study of Scripture, and reading the Early Church Fathers, people are coming to the conclusion that the only Church that has retained the "fullness of the faith" is the Catholic Church, the Church that Jesus founded 2000 years ago, when He promised: "You are Peter, and upon this rock I will build my Church and the gates of hell will not prevail against it.
Some 2000 years ago, the Romans evolved systems of enclosing large spaces to contain public life.
We celebrate Easter and Christmas as two fun holidays which originated from a story passed down, and probably changed a few times, from 2000 years ago.
In addition, visitors can attempt to identify mystery objects, while younger children will be able to see what people were wearing in Roman Britain almost 2000 years ago by trying on replica costumes.
It was 2000 years ago, that the dramatic irruption of Divine power into this closed order took place.