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mickey

1. slang A small flask typically used to discretely carry hard liquor. I snuck a mickey filled with whiskey into prom with me. My grandma used to take little nips out of a mickey as she sat doing her crocheting. She said it was her medicine when we were kids.
2. slang A 375-milliliter bottle of hard liquor. Primarily heard in Canada. Here's $20, will you go buy me a mickey of vodka? There must be about a mickey's worth of rum in this drink!
3. slang A drug that is used to render someone unconscious or incapacitated, most often put in someone's drink without them knowing. Please be careful—it's scarily easy for someone to slip you a mickey at big parties like that. The victim of the robbery stated that the suspect had put a mickey in his drink while they were at the bar.
4. vulgar slang A penis. Primarily heard in Ireland. He stood up and whipped out his mickey right then and there!

mickey

and micky
1. n. a hip flask for liquor. He took a little swig out of a mickey he carries in his pocket.
2. Go to Mickey (Finn).
3. n. a small bottle of wine. See if you can get a mickey of something for a buck.
4. n. a tranquilizer. (Drugs.) Whatever that mickey was you gave me, it helped.
5. ; mick an easy or trivial college course. (From mickey mouse sense 2) I’ve got a light load this quarter. Three micks and two education courses.

micky

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"When he left school Micky moved to Coventry and joined Stoke St.
I have been to remembrance services for the 21 victims and I have often wondered if anyone else was there who knew Micky. Thanks to the Birmingham Mail, Micky and all of the victims will be forever remembered.
"We used to go out every weekend," said Micky. "He was a cracking footballer when we were younger at school.
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Former staff sergeant Micky - who lost both his legs above the knee in a bombing in Helmand, Afghanistan, in 2010 - said: "He's such a supporter and I think that, without Prince Harry's input into the games, I'm sure it wouldn't be what it is.
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Micky does have tunnel vision when it comes to certain things in her life, but through this storytelling device, the reader has a better understanding of her motivation, her rationale for acting the way she does, even when it is detrimental to her or those around her.
Micky came fourth in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and won gold at the Invictus Games last year.
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"In fact, I'm not sure Micky's campaign goes far enough - maybe Liverpool should be the capital of Europe."
John donated a kidney that is now keeping father-of-two Micky alive.
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