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  • adj. Alternative spelling of dicey.


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  • What did YOU do? wrap Israel flag around your dicy and jerk off to the images of Palestinian children brutally murdered by Israeli scumbags?

    Matthew Yglesias » Wow

  • BO needs to go on the attack but i am hoping his lack of aggression is apart of the campaign's tactic to wait until after the convention to go in attack mode, but right now, its getting dicy and i am starting to worry just a bit.

    Obama Campaign: McCain Is Defying Iraqi Government's Desire For Withdrawal Timeline

  • Well its coming down to the end now, so its going to get more dicy.

    Obama: Hillary "Ran A Terrific Race"

  • I'm at a hotel, and to add insult to injury, the internet connection is very, very dicy.

    I admit it.

  • Also it's your interpretation of a translation of a translation of that revealed knowledge, which, I might add, many believe was not revealed at all, but constructed for political reasons by some canny guys who were a bit desperate when their political situation was getting dicy, but we'll let that pass for now.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • To me he was at his really greatest when things were pretty bad; when things were pretty dicy.

    D-Day Dinner

  • Given Egypt's reliance on US aid and the prospect of a dicy leadership transition as President Mubarak seeks to turn power over to his son, Iran may discover that


  • The amount a ski crampon is designed to pentrate is a dicy compromise.

    - Lou Dawson's Backcountry Skiing Blog

  • Someone knew this elderly driver was dicy at best.


  • To get the PNY attache to work in the DVP-5982 was dicy. Forum


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