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ick

(ɪk)
1. n. any nasty substance. What is this ick on my shoe?
2. exclam. Nasty! (Usually Ick!) Oh, ick! What now?
3. n. a disliked person. Tell that ick to leave. He’s polluting the place.
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the same three persons are involved in a legal dispute in ICK I, 2.
I 491: the case of this tablet is ICK II, 52 (Kryszat).
I 588: the case ICK II, 162 shows that the two persons mentioned in lines 4f.
4'; e-ku-nu-ti; ICK 1, 14: 4, "apart from you"; and kt 92/k 207: 40: e-sa-du-a-tim sa .
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CHICK Young's painful ICK Young's painful interview with the Rangers I manager on Wednesday: I "The Rangers fans seem to be behind you, Walter.