rickly

rickly

(ˈrɪklɪ)
adj, -lier or -liest
archaic run-down or rickety
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In April of last year it was revealed that former Thursday frontman Geoff Rickly would be working on new music with the remaining members of the band.
Ian > Lostprophets' five remaining members - Lee Gaze, Mike Lewis, Stuart Richardson, Jamie Oliver and Luke Johnson - say they are now trying to move forward with their new band No Devotion -which is fronted by ex-Thursday singer Geoff Rickly.
With new frontman former Thursday singer Geoff Rickly behind the mic and a new limited edition single Stay out this week, to all intents and purposes the future is bright and the past a foreign country.
FOR Thursday vocalist Geoff Rickly, it must have felt strange to be superceded on the bill by the band whose success he pioneered.
Interband tensions and the ongoing health concerns of singer Geoff Rickly prompted a brief breakup in 2004, but they're back with a dark and eclectic album helmed by Dave Fridmann (Flaming Lips).
For example, Rebecca Rickly suggests that although face-to-face and online tutoring share some things in common, they are not exactly the same activity:
Issues of Ownership in the Writing Classroom, Andrea Lunsford, Rebecca Rickly, Michael Salvo, and Susan West.
The ratio of student to teacher discourse in computer mediated classrooms rises dramatically (Bump, 1990; Faigley, 1990; Kreemers, 1990; Rickly, 1999).
ROYLE FAMILY favourite Rickly Tomlinson (below) will be playing the banjo and Big Brother contestants will be singing I Will Survive.
After our initial research into search engine positioning, we found many amateur vendors before we found professional services firm iProspect," said Pat Rickly, manager of marketing communications at Syncsort.
Geoff Rickly the new frontman for No Devotion gets close and personal with his fans at Cardiff University <B Students' Union Matthew Horwood