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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Oliver held up the bottom of the pocket with one hand, as he had seen the Dodger hold it, and drew the handkerchief lighty out of it with the other.
Paddy, 45, always says "no likey, no lighty" to contestants choosing dates on the ITV show.
It's a case of "no likey, no lighty" for fed-up residents in Wishaw.
But if the girls don't like the look of him, they press their light to turn it off, or as Paddy says 'No likey, no lighty'.
"There was a flag parade introducing all the school teams and mascots Bertie the Bear and Lighty the Lion, sporting their Loughborough College kit, cheered on the young competitors in a range of Commonwealth Games events including volleyball, netball, hockey, athletics and rugby sevens.
The former model had hoped the Take Me Out host, whose catchphrase is "no likey, no lighty", would appear with her in The Real Housewives of Cheshire.
Paddy - famous for his "No likey, no lighty" catchphrase - has had huge success on the dating show with seven couples married and three babies born.
Lance Lighty, a battalion chief for Eugene Springfield Fire who leads the other strike team, said one of his team's first tasks was to protect homes in Oakmont, a community to the east of Santa Rosa.
Michael Lighty, director of public policy with the California Nurses Association, a co-sponsor of SB-562 (and a financial supporter of this website), told Capital & Main that the increasing enthusiasm of Democratic U.S.
If not, she switches off her light because No Likey, No Lighty.