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Mickey

In auto sales, a loan that a dealership arranges for a customer to make the down payment on an automobile. While the dealership does not extend the mickey directly, it works with a separate financial institution to ensure that the customer receives it.
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Still, Kanter acknowledges that no one truly knows why Mickey continues to appeal to fans of all ages.
Tell everyone we are anxious to be there and we hope they come to see us," Mickey adds, a comment he is to make several times throughout the interview.
So after the Chronicle canned him, he rounded up a ragtag band of rogue cartoonists who called themselves the Air Pirates, after a group of evildoers who had bedeviled Mickey Mouse in the 1930s.
IN Italy Mickey is known as Topplino, in Germany as Mickey Maus, in Sweden he's Musse Pigg, Raton Mickey in Spanish and in Mandarin Chinese Mi Lao Shu.
The Spirit of Mickey goes beyond product and brand," said Seldin.
Our goal was to capture the nostalgic feeling that makes the Disney experience so magical, and it is clear that we've accomplished that with 'Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two' exceptionally well.
This press release was written by American Registry, LLC on behalf of Mickey Strauss and was distributed by PR Newswire, a subsidiary of United Business Media.
Oswald has shaped his world to be a sour image of the world that we and Mickey love and call Disney.
Unfortunately, the in-game camera can cause problems and it's not uncommon for Mickey to fall to his doom due to a bad angle or misjudged leap.
Mickey was best known to many for his distinctive work on Edmunds' 1970 Christmas number one I Hear You Knockin' and Shaky's massive 1980s hits Green Door and This Ole' House.
Mickey was also here for the delivery of skates at Newcastle's Centre for Life, as it prepares for the arrival of its outdoor skating rink, which will be in Times Square from Saturday, November 8.
Wurzel's wife, Mickey, 83, a retired waitress who last worked at Du-Par's restaurant in Studio City, has learned to live with her husband's long trips, not to mention his tastes in plant life and collection of hundreds of indigenous knickknacks, keepsakes, and even a ``school'' of stuffed piranhas displayed in her living room -- complete with open jaws exposing razor sharp teeth.