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melick

(ˈmɛlɪk)
n
(Plants) either of two pale green perennial grasses of the genus Melica, related to fescue, esp wood melick (M. uniflora) having branching flower heads, that are common in woodlands
[New Latin melica, of unknown origin]
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"We're thrilled to establish our first East Coast office in Baltimore," Josh Melick, Broadly's CEO and co-founder, said in a statement announcing the expansion.
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Noah Melick racked up a host of accolades on the soccer pitch for Jacobs High School, earning two Daily Herald all-area captain honors, plus being named the Illinois High School Soccer Association's player of the year last year.
In a grand larceny trial relating to stolen jewelry, printouts from LeadsOnline, which stores resellers' purchase records for cooperation with law enforcement agencies, were admissible under the business-records exception to the hearsay rule.<br />Background<br />Appellant Joseph Melick was convicted in a bench trial of one count of grand larceny.
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Isaac Melick, the son of Brandt and Patricia Melick, was student body president, lettered in three varsity sports and took a math class at the University of Oregon.
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