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a small inflamed elevation of the skin

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a temporary red mark on a person's skin resulting from kissing or sucking by their lover

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welcome matt Matty Drain moves in to challenge Ryan Hicky of Banbridge Juniors
Andrew has previously exhibited with his old art teacher, Geoff Hicky.
At many places, McGoogan quotes from books by members of Kane's second expedition, including Robert Goodfellow, Hans Hendrick, Christopher Hicky, and Amos Bonsall, but not one of these works appears in the bibliography.
The Ten Books on Architecture/Traslated by Morris Hicky Morgan, New York: Dover Publications
Lo cierto es puede ser tan popular como peligroso, pues los ladrones de cobre pueden ser baleados, como paso con Edward Hicky en el area de Dallas, el pasado 10 de julio en la madrugada, cuando el hijo del dueno de una tienda de muebles espero en guardia con un arma hastiado de ser saqueados del cobre de su aparatos electricos en el edificio en dos ocasiones anteriores.
The cast includes Kyle Gribbin, Stephanie Hawkins, Ian Hicky, Kirk Mann, Ethan Mohr and Donald Noll as the paratroopers, along with Joel Chapman and Zoe Muellner.
Some scurrilities of the intemperate Augustus Hicky must be noticed, albeit with a cold eye.
Presentations will be given by Bob Bauman of Chem Systems/Nexant, Bill Hicky of Sealed Air and Kurt Swogger of Dow Chemical.
Vikram and Moore played really positively, but Hicky and Batts put together a special partnership under pressure.
Research concerning logistics providers in the USA have found that logistics services play crucial roles in reducing logistics costs and development of the firm's services which also bring about an expanding supply chain management as well as logistics into the organization (Langley, 2002), (Lieb & Hicky, 2002).
Thesping, with vets like Steven Berkoff as a ruthless Dublin crime boss and Tom Hicky and Maire O'Neill as Vicky's surprisingly adaptable parents, is all above par.
See Vitruvius, The Ten Books on Architecture, translated by Morris Hicky Morgan, Cambridge, MA, 1914, reprinted New York, 1960, pp.
Tom Dew and Hattie Hicky are tour guides, feeding the public's ravenous appetite for local lore.
Conversely, the English version most widely used this century - translated by Morris Hicky Morgan and first published in 1914 - has been criticized for inaccuracies, an overly grand literary style and poor illustrations.