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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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Micky was on City's books as a 17-year-old and made his debut for City's reserve team at Tottenham in September 1947 on the left wing.
It was very moving to read in Andy's piece about how Micky had found a 'lucky' charm and given it to Mary Jones, wife of the licensee of the Mulberry Bush pub.
Micky, from Longbenton, said: "We have been the best of pals for 10 years.
(It was a pleasure to have known you Micky.) - Jess.
But the crowd played their part creating an electric atmosphere, with even Harry crying out "Come on Micky" from his seat in the stands.
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.
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.
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.
Performing his Back In The Game tour, Micky is set to appear at Venue Cymru, Llandudno on May 19.
Micky has done the best he can, given the pittance that the board have shown him.