Vic


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Vic.

1. Vicar.
2. Vicarage.
3. Victoria.
References in classic literature ?
I'll tell you what, Vic," she added as she smoothed out her apron and put it on again, "for some reason or other you've missed your guess.
Run along, Vic, and bother some one else," advised Scraps.
Vic is the last surviving player from the 1955 FA Cup-winning Newcastle team.
Marty asked, spouting rehearsed lines, and Vic said it was an invitation for Mr Antonio to get a piece of the action in a dockside racket that would make millions for the "boys on both sides of the pond".
Vic, 56, revealed the moon landing on July 20, 1969, was a huge moment in his life.
The remaining firms operate with VIC out of the research park in Fayetteville.
Michael Smith's son of Old Vic has been off course since finishing a wellbeaten third when the 11-10 favourite for a three-mile handicap chase at Newcastle in January.
Not that we were expecting them to turn up smashing each other over the head with comedy frying pan props or dressed as giant chickens in their trademark Shooting Stars-stylee, but we weren't expecting Vic and Bob, both 55, to look so ill either.
Brabazon keeps just one mare, a sister to Vic Venturi called Vicar's Lady, at his Tromroe Stables in County Westmeath.
TV star Vic, who starred in programmes The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer and Shooting Stars, was in the HMV store on Northumberland Street, in Newcastle, yesterday to meet his fans.
But this is not the first time Vic has raised funds for charity.