hickish

hickish

(ˈhɪkɪʃ)
adj
like a hick
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PC Anita Hickish said Hurst insisted: "I'm a star" and told police they could Google him.
PC Anita Hickish said Hurst had bragged after being arrested: "I earn more than all of you put together.
Those competing include Dr Amanda Cross, cancer researcher at Imperial College London and Camilla Hickish, a trainee doctor who has twice overcome Hodgkin's lymphoma having been first diagnosed with the rare form of cancer at 15.
Hickish et al., "Pertuzumab plus trastuzumab in combination with standard neoadjuvant anthracycline-containing and anthracycline-free chemotherapy regimens in patients with HER2-positive early breast cancer: A randomized phase II cardiac safety study (TRYPHAENA)," Annals of Oncology, vol.
Andre T, Boni C, Mounedji-Boudiaf L, Navarro M, Tabernero J, Hickish T, et al.
Magic may well be considered something kampungan (hickish, in bad taste), part of an older way of life that many Indonesians would like to leave behind--much as Larung, partially out of love, partially out of hatred and disgust, longs to put his grandmother out of her enfeebled misery (Larung:7-9, 16, 32-3, 34, 47, 50, 56, 58).
Andre, T., Boni, C., Mounedji-Boudiaf, L., Navarro, M., Tabernero, J., Hickish, T., Topham, C., Zaninelli, M., Clingan, P., Bridgewater, J., Tabah-Fisch, I., de Gramont, A., 2004.
[19.] Cunningham D, Pyrhonen S, James RD, Punt CJ, Hickish TF, Heikkila R, Johannesen TB, Starkhammar H, Topham CA, Awad L, Jacques C, Herait P.