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- n. Alternative spelling of hiccup.
- v. Alternative spelling of hiccup.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See hiccough.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See hiccup.
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It sounds like a great idea, but the only hickup is that if somebody shoots a Boone and Crockett buck, there is a great chance that the hunter couldn't handle the temptation and it is the only buck that he has poached.
Minus the occasional outages, I'm happy with Gmail... until the next hickup, that is.
Meanwhile, this MIGHT cause a hickup in filesharing, but it wont be much, or long either!!
I suppose they're entitled to a hickup, but one hopes that Rahm keeps his antacids handy from here on out.
He is also right about Bill Clinton, because he wasn't much more than a hickup in the conservative movement.
Meanwhile, this MIGHT cause a hickup in filesharing, but it wont be much, or long either!
By then end, I couldn't hold back the tears, so I was doing little hickup breaths to try and not sob.
But just in case you are a bit nervous about the financial hickup that became evident on 9/15, then I suggest you go back to 9/11 and see what this great nation did in time of a serious attack on our country and financial system.
Since the first hickup to the last gasp man tries to communicate.
"The young dog smells a rat," muttered my landlord, with a hickup which gave me some hope.