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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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"I'm pleased to welcome two leaders in their respective industries, John Hickey and Cian Hickey, to the Micro Matic team," said John Soler, Micro Matic Managing Director.
Hickey was delighted to get an opportunity to see what the truck could do, so we reared over hillocks and plunged into troughs, the white scuts of rabbits bounding out of the headlamp beams as he gunned the throttle.
Hickey's background, in terms of his family and the people for whom he has worked over the past decade, is such that he is well attuned to the realities of the business.
General Hickey, a pilot and aircraft commander as well as a member of the first U.S.
While Hickey was up the Stipe's, old Ignatius Morgan's, the coal-owner's friend.
Hickey said: "When I was employed it was on a contract of four days per week but in fact it turned out to be seven.
Lt Col Simon Butt told the inquest the Army had been operating in the area for three months before Guardsman Hickey's death in July 2007.
This new edition is certainly of interest to anyone working on Margarita Hickey's poetry, and hopefully it will spark even more interest and studies of this important woman in the future.
Blood spots taken from South Carolina babies within the first few days after birth are sent to Hickey's lab.
We hadn't realized that Hickey had been that old and had still been coaching the 49'ers in 1960.
When cops arrived, they found the battered body of Hickey's girlfriend Celine Conroy.
"Companies want to displace the glass fiber reinforcements currently used in underbody shields and wheelwell protection panels," says Harry Hickey, sales manager, FlexForm Technologies, "especially since there are issues with the urea formaldehyde used in the production of glass fiber mat since it has been targeted for elimination by the EPA as a potential carcinogen.
Cardinal James Hickey, the soft-spoken former archbishop of Washington and one of only 14 U.S.
James Cardinal Hickey, the retired archbishop of Washington, D.C., died on October 24, 2004, after a week-long bout with pneumonia and several years of declining health.
Laura Hickey's Mysterious Chills and Thrills will arouse the imaginations of the young adult fiction audience, speaking to six-year-olds and up in language natural to that age group.