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Hickey

An imperfection in printing, usually resulting from dirt or dust on the printer.
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Hicky to me was class and has got all the shots, textbook stuff, whereas Pietersen is not quite of that same mould.
I know from my own experience not so long ago that you can't hide from the fact that you get older but, if you're still playing well, as Hicky is, then there's nothing to worry about.
But we still thought we'd posted a competitive total and Hicky did very well at the top of the order again.
Emma is sponsored by Steve Hicky Plastering, Vimac Leisure and DFDS Seaways, as well as by her grandfather and grandmother.
Originally from Tunbridge Wells in Kent, Hicky lives in the Philippines and travels around Europe selling T-shirts.
I hope I can learn off Hicky now - we've already had a few chats about batting.
Chris Hicky (award eligible videos include: Miranda Lambert's "White Liar" and Justin Moore's "Small Town USA")
I've known Hicky since he was eight-years-old and all he ever wanted to do was smash balls to the boundary, he's still doing that now with a smile on his face
I believe I'm ready to play on Sunday, but realise I'm only going to get a chance if Hicky is ruled out because of his hamstring trouble.
Hicky always alludes to these journalist opponents of his, as 'Barnaby Grizzle' and 'Peter Nimmuck'.
Liam Kershaw (physio), Anthony Hicky, Dave Rowe (manager), Michael Owens(Capt), Aston Foat, Lee Trundell.
Presentations will be given by Bob Bauman of Chem Systems/Nexant, Bill Hicky of Sealed Air and Kurt Swogger of Dow Chemical.