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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!

hicky

verb
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Saniel has information on him and the India Gazette: This journal was started in November, 1780, as a rival organ to Hicky's Bengal Gazette by Bernard Messinck, the actor, sent out by David Garrick in 1776 [sic] from London, for the Calcutta Theatre (in Lyons' Range), and by Mr Peter Reed, a salt agent.
welcome matt Matty Drain moves in to challenge Ryan Hicky of Banbridge Juniors
Barbara Hicky's parents both served in the army as waiters, at Lady Astor's estate at Clivedon which was turned into a temporary hospital and convalescence home for wounded Canadian ocers for the duration.
BANBRIDGE TOWN JUNIORS: Kieran Gartland, Ryan Hicky, Jake McCreanor, Scott Thornton, Ben McCandless, Sam Johnston, Jamie Gibson, Michael Woods, Alex Convery, Josh Magill, Rio Blackburn, Dawson Patterson, Ryan Morgan, Harry Murray, Dean Curran, Josh Davidson.
Hicky's Bengal Gazette, Amrita Bazar Patrika, Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak's twin newspapers Kesari (in Marathi) and Mahratta (in English), come readily to mind, which acted as agents of mobilisation and change during India's struggle for political independence," Dattu said.
"With Hicky, it is very much in his court and we will have that discussion when he is ready to have it.
Clive Tandy, aged 59, grew up in Hill Top and wrote his children's story, called Hicky Gets His Wings, 30 years ago.
To be named in the Professional Cricketers' Association's team of the year at such a venerable age illustrates the esteem with which Hicky is still held by his fellow pros.
The free-scoring striker invited his old LCFA friends down to Wales to take on the Swans Youth side, whom the Liverpool team defeated when Anthony Hicky grabbed the only goal of the game.
"Hicky's a big, solid figure and I learn a lot from him.
We all know how hard Hicky hits the ball but you stop those kind of shots all the time in games and in practice.
Our mates in Supergrass flogged themselves to death playing in little hicky towns.
He also unveiled memorials depicting Hicky's Bengal Gazette (first newspaper in India) and Sangbad Prabhakar (first Bengali daily newspaper).
Peters is sponsored by Vimac Leisure, DFDS Seaways and Steve Hicky Plastering as well as her family.