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mickey

1, micky
Austral informal a young bull, esp one that is wild and unbranded

mickey

2
Canadian a liquor bottle of 0.375 litre capacity, flat on one side and curved on the other to fit into a pocket

mickey

(unit, humour)
The unit of resolution of mouse movement.

It has been suggested that the "disney" will become a benchmark unit for animation graphics performance.

mickey

A unit of mouse movement typically set at 1/200th of an inch.
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Rory made his living taking the mickey out of politicians and the royal family.
We are very, very cliquey and parochial in Liverpool and all the lads were taking the mickey as well, as we all do, but they were rooting for Everton.
COMEDIAN Oliver Callan's first discovered he had a talent for making people laugh after taking the mickey out of his neighbour as a child.
HOW bright are you, do you really know, Or at times do others at you have a go, Taking the mickey because you cannot read, Do they set in you an uncomfortable seed, Many are dyslexic but they make their way, And at the top of the tree then to stay, Many are crippled by life and her play, Others are not in life what they say.
Family and friends have been taking the mickey since the 6ft 1in West Ham defender was forced to sell the car at a huge loss.
Alas, Servis was taking the mickey out of radio host Angeli Cataldi, who last year had been critical of the early retirement of Smarty Jones.
Royle Family star Ralf Little has told how he fluffed his chance to work with Oscar winner Tom Hanks (pictured above) - by taking the mickey out of his beard.
But apparently he thought I was taking the mickey and rejected it.
Sir, - We refer to the recent Gemini cartoon (pictured above) and must advise you that we are utterly fed up of you media and politicians taking the mickey out of us poodles.
It's not quirky, it's not even ironic, it's just taking the mickey, pure and simple.
It turned into a fun event as we posted photos on Twitter and Facebook - taking the mickey out of each other and even came up with some celebrity lookalikes
Stop taking the mickey out of Coventry's bus users and give the growing city the bus services it needs.

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