sixty-eight percent of likely voters already express a preference for smaller government and lower taxes.
Imagine standing somewhere over there on Washington Street on Marathon Monday and watching sixty-eight hundred yous go running by.
sixty-eight percent believe it is “very important,” 28 percent just “important.”
A woman, sixty-eight, suffers a heart attack and goes into prolonged cardiac arrest.
sixty-eight years after Kane uttered those words, the newspaper industry is staring death in the face.
More than a hundred and sixty-eight years ago, there lived a curious personage called "Old Riddler."
They provide sixty-eight of the hundred Viceroys; we provide only seventeen.
With these names to the number of sixty-eight, corresponding to so many parts of the body, do they praise thee.
That mug was sixty-eight years old, and that silk cord had been on it since 1842.
After a life of eminent usefulness, he died, in 1841, at the age of sixty-eight.