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Muck·le

(muk'ĕl),
T.J., 20th-century Canadian pediatrician. See: Muckle-Wells syndrome.
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Pat Mickle, chief executive officer of MSM Poly, said, 'These first commercial-scale orders demonstrate the stability of MSM Polys production processes and quality program to meet and exceed requirements of pharmaceutical end users."
passenger Mickle " Shocked neighbours watched on as police surveyed the road before re-opening the street to traffic at around 9.30pm.
When the direct mail acquisition was put on hiatus, it was still to be determined at the time when it would return, Mickle told The Nonprofit Times.
Michael Graver's deep cross struck an upright, Stephenson shot wide, Mickle fired into the side-netting, then over, and Heslop's header was deflected behind by Andrew Clarkson before Lee Mole nodded over the bar.
Pickle or puckle, of course, means the opposite of mickle or muckle - a little of something.
| The Termrim team (above) on the site of the planned Mickle Hill development at |Pickering.
Director Jim Mickle pulls the rug from under us about 30 minutes in.
Jim Mickle's remake of the 2010 Mexican horror of the same name is one of those rarest of beasts a reboot that's superior to the original.
GADGET We Are What We Are (18) Jim Mickle's remake of the 2010 Mexican horror of the same name is one of those rarest of beasts a reboot that's superior to the original.
While director Jim Mickle (Stake Land, Mulberry Street) earns points for injecting fresh blood into the original story, and the brooding mood he manages to create, it's alas all for nought because the result falls between two stools.
I'm a regular shopper there and Steve is living proof that "many a mickle makes a muckle"!
Mold Crown Court heard that Andrew Mickle, now 20, was 16 when the offence took place.