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ick

 (ĭk)
interj.
Used to express horror, disgust, or repugnance.

ick

(ɪk)
interj
an expression of disgust

ick

(ɪk)
interj.
(used as an expression of distaste or repugnance.)
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Evidence for the former are texts which can be joined with those excavated and published in ICK I and II, such as KKS 4 + ICK II 189 + Ka 519; KKS 38 + Ka 630 + ICK II 39; KKS 45b + ICK I 46 + II 76/77; I 513 + ICK II 221; I 579 + ICK II 10 (case); I 588 + (case) ICK II 160 + 162 (case); I 536 duplicates ICK II 145.
ICK Clegg is right when he says that the case Nfor devolution is driven partly by necessity.
ICK Clegg may have said all the right things Nyesterday with regard to the Government's free schools policy - but the fact he had to say it at all spoke volumes.
3) Belding Die & Punch (1 st & 2nd Belding Operation) for Serrated Buckle for Belt ICK (Modified Version)
The ICK Trust was established to continue the legacy of caring and support that is such an integral part of the global Ecolab culture," commented Diana Lewis, ICK Trustee and a retired Ecolab associate.