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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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These few short lines could never do justice, that is the legend that is Micky Bennett a man who was carved out of granite tough, strong, funny and unique in every way truly one of a kind.
Micky, 36, from Musselburgh, East Lothian, said: "I'm pleased to have lifted 190kg in another Rio qualifier, and that I also managed to break into the top eight in another weight group.
As soon as the dates were announced for next year's tour Micky sold out two nights at London's famous Hammersmith Apollo within just 20 minutes of tickets going on sale.
Micky gets his title shot, but not until he reconciles with his family and gets Dickie back in his corner.
And today Micky, from Stechford paid tribute to John, saying: "I simply can't thank him enough.
Following a lead, Micky drives through a rough section of town to locate a bar.
Micky, who moved to America from his home town of Barkingside, Essex, 11 years ago, was in his office on the 84th floor of the South Tower when it was struck by the second aircraft.
It's part of a 57-date tour, and follows his Out Out tour and top-selling DVDs Micky has appeared on The Royal Variety Performance, Mock The Week, Have I Got News For You, Michael McIntrye's Comedy Roadshow and has been nominated for a British Comedy award.
Turn to Page 10 to read all about Micky's plans - and watch Micky talk about his day as editor in an exclusive online video at www.
When the situation became critical and doctors told Micky he desperately needed a new kidney to survive, John, of Tile Cross, stepped in.