Examples of sixth in a Sentence
Only about a sixth of the town voted for her.
Recent Examples of sixth from the Web
Murkowski helped stop legislation that would have hurt Alaska, and that incidentally also would have reshaped an industry comprising more than a sixth of the U.S. economy.
Less than a sixth of those in Harris County have such coverage.
According to the lawsuit, filed Thursday, Nye claims he was entitled under an agreement with Disney’s Buena Vista Television to one-sixth of the show’s net profits.
His double off Hammel scored Yandy Diaz and Abraham Almonte in a four-run sixth that put the Indians on the cusp of a division clinching (a Twins loss tonight will do it).
Ninety seconds to debate overhauling a sixth of the economy is also pretty unusual.
While the omission may prove annoying for iPhone users in Beijing, Apple only has around a sixth of the smartphone market in China.
For starters, the ChampBoat vehicles weight about 1,150 pounds, or a sixth of a standard hydroplane.
Secret bill-writing continued until even after floor debate had already begun — meaning that senators were asked to vote on the fly for proposals affecting one-sixth of the economy.
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