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hickey

[′hik·ē]
(electricity)
A threaded coupling for attaching an electrical fixture to an outlet box, used when wires from the fixture come out of the end of a stem on the fixture, rather than through an opening in the side of the stem.
(graphic arts)
A spot or imperfection in a printed item caused by dirt, dried ink membrane, or such.

hickey, hicky

hickey, 2
1. A threaded fitting for mounting a lighting fixture in an outlet box, or on a stud or pipe.
2. A tool for bending conduit or pipe.
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It's (Prosepct Street's) a very difficult, narrow road to get into and position our vehicles,'' Chief Hickey said.
Hickey told his lawyer Francis Rafferty: "I have a problem with my memory, a severe problem, I overlooked not paying for the wine.
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According to Chief Hickey, contacting the volunteers involves the use of pagers, text messages and portable radios for officers.
Imposing a two-year community order, Judge Rundell warned Hickey that the sentence was not a "get out of jail free card.
Cian Hickey started with Guinness in Ireland in 1991 and in 1995 moved to the USA to lead the Guinness draught initiative.
I do," Hickey asserted with vehemence, keeping his eyes on the road.
A third in a maiden this month suggests he might be the one to get Hickey off the mark.
In her new position, General Hickey is responsible for a $72.
Hickey has a local following as a folksy singer songwriter, but it's devotees of Lawler's usual career as the Fratellis' lead singer who will be surprised by the change.
Hickey cited personal reasons for his decision to quit just eight months into his post, admitting he had come to his decision at the end of July irrespective of the results at last week's World Championships.