icker

icker

(ˈɪkə)
n
an ear of corn
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The day in primary one when I demanded, bossily, that my teacher conrm to a classmate that Santa Claus did indeed exist - and I saw a icker of hesitation.
The Charger SE (Special Edition) was the only model offered under that monA[degrees] icker.
Each of these metrics worked pretty well in explaining the variation in the data, which suggests that one or both of those metrics could be useful for communicating fl icker performance in manufacturers' literature.
She has a no-nonsense approach to her work that betrays not a fl icker of doubt that she would have moved to Timbuktu if the company had so desired.
Helpfully, he added, "I want a fl icker of the eyes.
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After all, though the Scots language is likely to die in Ulster if subject to separate development in the manner seen hitherto, in Scotland the loss of 'a daimen icker in a thrave' would see it only slightly diminished.
That correlates with the finding that in old parts of the colony the perisarc is th icker than in younger parts.
You know whether or not you have a winner or loser much qu icker than with direct mail.
The Ballad of Technofear" propels the poet into cyberspace; a time will come he says when "naebody'll log in / on Scotslit but the profs, / and at the first daimen icker / the thrave'll be flogged off, / timor computeris conturbat me.
It is exactly the type of visionary product we want to help our clients use," said Gerry Icker, vice president of sales and service for Simplex's Time/Data Division.
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