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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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Dickie and Davidson were both jailed for life on May 30 at the High Court in Edinburgh, with judge Lord Pentland ordering that they serve 23 and 24 years respectively.
Davidson, Dickie and Tasmin Glass, 20, are accused of murdering Steven Donaldson in their home town of Kirriemuir, Angus, last June.
Davidson, Dickie and Glass, all from Kirriemuir, deny murdering Mr Donaldson at locations in their home town on June 6 and June 7 last year.
Dickie, who appears on TV3's Living with Lucy this week, told the Irish Sunday Mirror: "A huge crowd of girls used to gather around the stage.
Born January 19, 1940 in Minot, ND, Dickie grew up in Grand Forks, ND.
Dickie, of Weymouth, Dorset, turned out for Chickerell Former Coaches in a 3-3 draw against their under-16s, lasting the whole 90 minutes.
In Couple in a Hole, Dickie's character eats the larvae while living feral in a French forest.
Consequently his alienation from the American society, symbolized by his trip to Italy, eventually causes alienation from "the self" and his engagement with another, symbolized by Dickie, determines his engagement with "the other".
Peter Dickie added: "Today is a very sad day in the history of AM Dickies & Sons Ltd.
Barnsley-born Dickie turns 80 today but he was at the University of Huddersfield yesterday for a lunch in his honour.
But the cash-strapped Olympics is only a backdrop to the tale of Bert and Dickie, two very different young men, with very different motivations for wanting to win Olympic gold.
The first of these alterations involved changing playboy Dickie Greenleaf's hobby from painting to music, specifically jazz music.