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Big Bickies

An Australian slang term for a great deal of money.
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Before long, Bicky was attracting large audiences, and was widely known as "Fireworks.
Bicky had a flash of insight and conjectured that a partial grazing collision of two dark stars had produced the nova.
Bicky soon began to extend it to explain numerous other heavenly phenomena --variable stars, double and multiple stars, planetary nebulae, even occasional bright flashes seen on Mars.
Bicky was a qualitative thinker in a field that demanded rigor, so the scientific establishment closed ranks against him.
Thousands of people a year worldwide succumb to the fatal nature of the chocky bicky and yet not a single insurance company that I have contacted sells cookie insurance.
I don't think it's going to raise a lot of questions," Bicky Corman, a former deputy General Counsel at the EPA who is now a partner at Venable, told InsideCounsel.
However, according to Bicky Corman, partner at Venable LLP and former EPA deputy general counsel and senior sustainability advisor to the administrator, the rules are far from final.
With two incumbents not running again, newcomers Cindy Iser and Gordon Whitehead took the lead ahead of Bicky Rippe and Bob Charney.
Nelly, Colesy, Bicky, Dai Hallmen - guys who never get a mention in the papers or on the radio - were outstanding.
Challengers Cindy Iser and Gordon Whitehead took the lead ahead of Bicky Rippe and Bob Charney.
Challengers Bob Charney, Cindy Isler, Bicky Rippe and Gordon Whitehead each say they would bring needed skills to the board.