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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.
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?
BANBRIDGE TOWN JUNIORS: Kieran Gartland, Ryan Hicky, Jake McCreanor, Scott Thornton, Ben McCandless, Sam Johnston, Jamie Gibson, Michael Woods, Alex Convery, Josh Magill, Rio Blackburn, Dawson Patterson, Ryan Morgan, Harry Murray, Dean Curran, Josh Davidson.
Thomas McEnvoy (Salisbury) v Liam Craven; James Byrne (Gemini) v Callum Bennett; Sam Turner (Croxteth) v Maqeet Rahman; Aaron Vaughan (Tower Hill) v James Precious; Harry Kinsella (Kirkdale) v Jake Fawthrop; Daniel Barr (Sefton) v Qotabi Al Qotabi and Jack O'Shea (Salisbury) fights Hicky Smith in the junior cadet championships.
Alan Hicky Hardy: "People will just end up drinking at home if they can't gan out and get drunk.
was unveiled by ExtraCare's nance director Chris Skelton and Humber Court resident, Barbara Hicky.
xxx HICKMAN Bill Fond memories of a dear brother in law Hicky.
McGrath said: 'Hicky is a quality batsman but Pietersen seems to be a bit more of a confident character than Hicky is.
There is not a day in the week he doesn't get another hicky on that hard head of his.