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hickey

and hicky (ˈhɪki)
1. n. a love bite; a mark on the skin caused by biting or sucking. (see also monkey bite.) She wore a high collar to cover up a hickey.
2. n. a pimple, especially if infected. Wouldn’t you know I’d get a hickey like this right when I have to have my picture taken!
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Mr Justice Maurice Kay said in his ruling in April last year that the deduction for saved living expenses for the 18 years that Vincent and Michael Hickey spent in jail was wrong in law and should be quashed.
One week after the heart attack, a large clot developed in his heart, and Hickey fell into a coma for three days.
But Lola Hickey wasn't ready to watch her husband die.
Hickey was accepted into Utah's program, and on Dec.
A nondenominational fundamentalist Christian, Hickey has spent much of his time studying the Bible, leading Bible studies and ministering at a small church in Eugene.
Ray Hershberger, who directs the heart failure and cardiac transplantation program at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, where Hickey goes for his checkups.
But Hickey has had something else going for him, the doctor said.