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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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Hickey, who has been interested in the policies that shape agriculture since her days with the FFA Chapter of Stephens County High School in Toccoa, decided to use the legislative internship as a capstone experience for her CAES career.
Hickey identifies as non-binary and prefers to use they (them, their) as a personal pronouns.
There is evidence in this report information of the highest importance was withheld from them by Mr Hickey, such as the rejection of THG's application to be the authorised ticket reseller.
IN THE CLEAR Vincent Hickey, 63, said at the time: "My conviction has been quashed, so I am absolved .
He's in hospital and very difficult to get hold of," Adams said, adding that the OCI, of which Hickey was president, also found it hard to reach him.
It's (Prosepct Street's) a very difficult, narrow road to get into and position our vehicles,'' Chief Hickey said.
For more than two decades, Hickey served in a range of leadership positions for Verizon and its telephone predecessors before that, including New England Telephone and Nynex.
The new owner believes that the Hickey Freeman business will see a 50% growth in the next three to five years under its leadership.
At one time," Chief Hickey said, "with Webster's thriving factories and mills, there were 57 on-call firefighters.
But Judge Richard Rundell opted not to jail Hickey, who served 19 years in jail after being imprisoned for life in 1979 alongside three codefendants after being found guilty of killing 13-year-old Carl near Stourbridge.
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 killed the ignition and jumped out to empty his bladder into the ditch before wrenching the gate out of the long grass and shouldering it back into the field like the turning arm of a mill.
Paul Hickey must be hoping for something analogous as he contemplates a future as a racehorse trainer.
Hickey, a 27-year veteran of the Air Force, Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve, is the new Department of Veterans Affairs' undersecretary for benefits.