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  • proper n. A diminutive of the male given name Richard.


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  • I nodded back and headed for the phone, intent on calling Rickie for the twentieth time.

    Miracles, Inc.

  • "Here he is!" called Rickie cheerfully, taking his cue from his wife.

    The Longest Journey

  • "We got here Sunday night, flew in, called Rickie at the house that I rented and I said there's three kids that live here," Watson said.

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  • The focus typically is on those who are just outside the top 50, such as Rickie Fowler at No. 53.

    Risk-reward possibilities at Pebble Beach

  • "Rickie," Rune asked, "you know anything about a film called Manhattan Is My Beat?"

    Manhattan Is My Beat

  • "Rickie," cried the lady, "are you aware that you haven't congratulated me on my engagement?"

    The Longest Journey

  • Rickie dangled a worm in front of the beak, tapped the bird on its head, spoke in a soothing voice.

    Miracles, Inc.

  • I tried to imagine what Rickie looked like sitting at the casino table, if she had her hair in a ponytail or if she allowed it to fall to her shoulders.

    Miracles, Inc.

  • I force myself to the present and a familiar smell comes to me, that sweet scent Rickie wore so often.

    Miracles, Inc.

  • Rickie had my loyalty and that would never change.

    Miracles, Inc.


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