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Hickey

An imperfection in printing, usually resulting from dirt or dust on the printer.
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has announced two hires from the food service industry, Cian Hickey and John Hickey.
Hickey killed the ignition and jumped out to empty his bladder into the ditch before wrenching the gate out of the long grass and shouldering it back into the field like the turning arm of a mill.
A member of a family that has been involved with racing and breeding for more than a century and a half, although primarily associated with the jumping game, Hickey approaches the 2012 Flat season with a sense of optimism from a base at Eugene McDermott's Kennycourt Stud at Brannockstown in County Kildare.
In her new position, General Hickey is responsible for a $72.3 billion budget and benefit programs that include compensation and pension benefits for more than 4 million veterans and survivors, education programs including the Post-9/11 GI Bill, home loan guaranties, vocational rehabilitation and employment services, and one of the nation's largest life insurance programs.
The Korean Market is where Blizzard will make the majority of sales and Hickey expects StarCraft 2 will create 5.45 million active users in Korea alone in the first year, with 30% of those playing from the Cyber Bang game rooms.
Sarnt Hickey fetched him a right old clout.' 'Well, stretch him out there, let's have a look at him.' "The woman was out, thank God.
The British team's failure to return from Milan with any medals had served to further highlight the difficulties faced by the sport's new regime following the success of Hickey's predecessor Terry Edwards.
Keith Buzzard, who was leading Daryl Hickey's section, said that when they heard this they got flat on the ground.
Copies of Hickey's original book can be found in print and microform in Madrid's Biblioteca Nacional, as well as a few other libraries worldwide, and very recently the Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes digitized the original edition, making it available to the public through its website.
Hickey's newborn screening lab section is responsible for analyzing blood samples of the approximately 60,000 babies born in South Carolina each year for disorders such as phenylketonuria and hypothyroidism.
A licensed attorney in Florida, Hickey previously worked as an underwriter in both Florida and Pennsylvania with LandAmerica Financial Group.
It reads as follows: "Red Hickey, '89, Coach of the 49'ers, Introduced Shotgun to NFL."