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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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Due to the nature of the excavations and to the loss of documentation on the find-spots of many tablets (see the remarks in ICK II, 5 and the observations in Larsen 1982), and the lack of information on the origin of those purchased, assigning the Prague tablets to individual archives is an important but difficult task.
ICK Hurd, the Charities Minister, is apparently Nwell-regarded by the North East's voluntary organisations.
30pm BBC One) MICK CA ICK CA RTER may be the perfect husband, but he's not being very perceptive tonight.
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.
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.