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dicky

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1. a folding outside seat at the rear of some early cars
2. Indian an enclosed compartment of a car for holding luggage, etc., usually at the rear
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"The dicky bow tie is fine, but the knot for a normal tie is a lot bigger and the cue seemed to press on it."
All clothes from John Lewis www.johnlewis.com Smart 3 4 Geek Harry wears: Levi shirt, pounds 50, John Lewis scarf, pounds 6 for set of three, Joe Casely-Hayford cardigan, pounds 99, John Lewis shorts, pounds 40, John Lewis dicky bow, pounds 16, Ralph Lauren socks, pounds 15, Sperry shoes, pounds 50
It's a dicky bow do at the Assembly Rooms in Newcastle before an audience of celebrities and, while I know the recipient of the Legend Of The North East award, I'm not telling you because it's a surprise.
When I suggested he do up his top button and put on his dicky bow at 1.30pm and then happened to mention that the bride was getting her make-up and hair done at about the same time he almost refused to leave the house.
Barrie, who was rarely without his trademark dicky bow, died in Walsgrave Hospital last Thursday, aged 74.
Michael was cross the battery had run out on his novelty dicky bow tie
Pagett, who last weekend reached the quarter-finals at the second new Pro Tour Series event, said: "It's dress suit and dicky bow. Thank goodness the arena is air conditioned!" It is only by chance that 28-year-old Pagett managed to gain entry to the Six Reds tournament thanks to his practice partner, former double world champion Mark Williams.
The party was a real girly affair, with male models wearing only a dicky bow and boxer shorts to protect their modesty.
Why is it that a dicky bow can transform smarmy into smart and spotty into spot-on?
COOL cop from The Professionals, Lewis Collins, may look stiff in a dicky bow and tails, but there is nothing starchy about his performance in Dangerous Corner.