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MIKES

[mīks]
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"Well, Mas'r Jaggers," returned Mike, in the voice of a sufferer from a constitutional cold; "arter a deal o' trouble, I've found one, sir, as might do."
"Well, Mas'r Jaggers," said Mike, wiping his nose on his fur cap this time; "in a general way, anythink."
Mike looked hard at my guardian, as if he were trying to learn a lesson from his face, and slowly replied, "Ayther to character, or to having been in his company and never left him all the night in question."
Mike looked at his cap, and looked at the floor, and looked at the ceiling, and looked at the clerk, and even looked at me, before beginning to reply in a nervous manner, "We've dressed him up like--" when my guardian blustered out:
After some helpless casting about, Mike brightened and began again:
"I left him," said Mike, "a settin on some doorsteps round the corner."
"She says she's after finding little Mike asleep behind the roll of old linoleum under the bed in her room."
In the episode titled "Buried Secrets," Louis wonders about the missing file and comes to the conclusion that Mike's record is missing because it does not exist.
Brothers-in-law Mike Casey and Mike Kelly opened Mike's Market in April 1969 in downtown Villa Park.
When asked whether Rachel and Mike are in a good place now, Aaron Korsh, creator of "Suits," said to (http://tvline.com/2014/08/20/suits-season-4-spoilers-louis-learns-mikes-secret/) TV Line , "I feel like we've tried to make them in a better place and these things can always come up."
Funny Tributes were led by his long-term friends Phillip Schofield and Mike Read.