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- n. A Mickey Finn; a beverage, usually alcoholic, that has been drugged.
- n. A 375-milliliter (13.2 imperial fluid ounce; 12.7 US fl oz) bottle of liquor, such as whiskey.
- n. a Catholic
- proper n. A diminutive of the male given names Michael, Mike or Mick.
- proper n. A diminutive of the female given name Michaela.
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- n. (ethnic slur) offensive term for a person of Irish descent
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MICKEY ROURKE = COMMON SENSE ..... right on, Mickey!
LEAD (30) [MICKEY] Kyle's sidekick, less blond, less buff, but equally cocky, Mickey is Claire's boyfriend, who's obviously more interested in sex than her.
In 1874 Felix Ward resurfaced with the name Mickey Free, when he offered his services as scout and interpreter to the army.
I liked the name Mickey, like former Yankee great Mickey Mantle, and Lee is my middle name.
When Warren Beatty - who starred in "Mickey One," Mr. Penn's 1965 homage to experimental European filmmaking - became a producer for "Bonnie and Clyde," he chose Mr. Penn to direct the film.
They'll throw you in Mickey-jail without batting an eye.
This post is an expansion of an idea first expressed in Mickey Mouse Organization: Lessons to Learn and Unlearn from Disney
Mickey is right – I got the name from the real Chitlin Strut.
That was freakin Mickey from Dr. Who ... right on!
Specifically, the piece points to "Iron Man 2" as an example, saying that potential "Iron Man 2" villain Mickey Rourke was given a low-ball offer of $250,000, and that Samuel L. Jackson may have been offered a similar low quote, leading him to say he might not return to the franchise as Nick Fury just last week.
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