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Hickey

An imperfection in printing, usually resulting from dirt or dust on the printer.
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Augustus Hicky was the founder and editor of the Bengal Gazette which rampaged from January 1780 until it was forcibly closed in March 1782.
"We couldn't have wanted anyone other than Hicky to bat for us in that situation.
Research concerning logistics providers in the USA have found that logistics services play crucial roles in reducing logistics costs and development of the firm's services which also bring about an expanding supply chain management as well as logistics into the organization (Langley, 2002), (Lieb & Hicky, 2002).
Another explanation focuses on the psychopathology of the perpetrator, particularly mental illness and substance abuse, as a cause of elder abuse (Hicky & Douglass, 1981).
Thesping, with vets like Steven Berkoff as a ruthless Dublin crime boss and Tom Hicky and Maire O'Neill as Vicky's surprisingly adaptable parents, is all above par.
See Vitruvius, The Ten Books on Architecture, translated by Morris Hicky Morgan, Cambridge, MA, 1914, reprinted New York, 1960, pp.
Tom Dew and Hattie Hicky are tour guides, feeding the public's ravenous appetite for local lore.
In an obvious attempt to enhance its chances of rejoining the UN, Taiwan initiated a campaign in 1996 to provide funding for the financially troubled world body (Hicky 1992:116).
Conversely, the English version most widely used this century - translated by Morris Hicky Morgan and first published in 1914 - has been criticized for inaccuracies, an overly grand literary style and poor illustrations.
Sadly there was no Richard Barstow on hand to rescue this treasure, and the miners simply disregarded the find and carried on mining (Jack Hicky, personal communication).
In interpreting Hicky, courts have split over how high a burden the plaintiff now carries.
I dont blame him, cause that musta been like a man being made monitor of the class in the morning, he can bet a fat man against a biscuit that one of those big guys will knock a hicky on his head after school is out - So what happened?