dickie


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Synonyms for dickie

a man's detachable insert (usually starched) to simulate the front of a shirt

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The veteran performer, who divides his time between Ireland and the FAIRWAY FRIENDS Lucy Kennedy and Dickie Rock Costa del Sol with wife Judy, added: "I get it in Spain a lot.
Dickie claimed Alex punched him, sending him flying through the open door of the ladies'.
RENOWNED boat firm Dickies is set to close several operations around the UK to secure jobs and their key site in Bangor.
On birthdays you usually want to forget your age but 80 is very special," said Dickie.
Ripley, however, succeeds as an improviser of both music and identity where Dickie fails.
When Dickie arrived he had to be escorted through the shouting and cheering crowd by the police and members of the store's staff.
Actually, Dickie you are just gorgeous and a great singer and you can even spit on me if you like.
A M Dickie & Sons was founded in Scotland in 1868 by Mr Dickie's great-great grandfather to make fishing boats.
After the acquisition, Dickie Walker said former shareholders of Intelligent Energy would hold approximately 95 percent of Dickie Walker's fully diluted stock held by existing Dickie Walker stockholders.
SHOWBAND singer Dickie Rock is one of the best-loved entertainers in Ireland.
Dickie Roberts (12A) STARS: David Spade, Mary McCormack, Corey Feldman, Jon Lovitz DIRECTOR: Sam Weisman
A COCAINE dealer accused of selling drugs to TV star Kate Dickie has been jailed.
Case in point: In the new movie's hottest scene, Damon's Tom Ripley looks lustfully at his friend Dickie Greenleaf (Jude Law) as he emerges from the bath.
Dickie is survived by his two sons, Joseph Johnson and his wife Roxanne, and Anthony Williams all of Worcester; a sister, Lavinia Sparrow of Chatham; a grandson, Joseph Johnson, Jr.
Chat show legend Michael Parkinson and cricket umpire Dickie Bird joined forces with Mirfield-born actor Patrick Stewart for a graduation parade from the University of Huddersfield.