Mick

Mick may refer to:

  • Mickey Mantle or the Mick
  • Mick, a diminutive form of Michael
  • Mick, an ethnic slur for an Irish person or a person of Irish descent

Read more about Mick:  People With The Name

Other articles related to "mick":

Leo Johnson (Brookside) - Adele's Pregnancy and Termination
... Mick and Marty eneded up fighting in the Close over the issue ... When Mick told Leo however Leo was supportive and said he would bring-up the child and support Adele ... Shortly afterwards Mick also left the close for London ...
List Of Minor Emmerdale Characters (2008) - Mick Naylor
... Mick Naylor Emmerdale character Portrayed by Tony Haygarth Introduced by Anita Turner Duration 2008-09 First appearance 3 November 2008 Last appearance 12 June 2009 ... Mick then demands compensation after its discovered that Sam Dingle sold some of Mick's cows by accident ... The following day, Mick returns with his grandson Lee and they soon fix their differences ...
Mick Spillane
... Mick Spillane (born 8 January 1957 in Templenoe, County Kerry) is a former Irish sportsperson ... Mick is a fish monger on the Dingle Peninsula ...
Sonata (Moonlight) - Plot
... but she threatens to name every vampire in Los Angeles unless Mick breaks her out ... Mick and the other vampires team up and help her escape, but are forced to kill her and Jackson due to treason, as she had threatened to expose her fellow vampires ... of names of all the vampires in the area, including Mick, from an unknown source ...
Mick - People With The Name
... Mick Jagger, lead singer and songwriter for the Rolling Stones Mick Fleetwood, drummer and founding member of Fleetwood Mac Mick Mercer, British journalist Mick Belker, a character on Hill Street Blues Mick ...

Famous quotes containing the word mick:

    The real pleasure of being Mick Jagger was in having everything but being tempted by nothing ... a smouldering ill will which silk clothes, fine food, wine, women, and every conceivable physical pampering somehow aggravated ... a drained and languorous, exquisitely photogenic ennui.
    —Anonymous “Chronicler.” Quoted in Philip Norman, The Life and Good Times of the Rolling Stones (1989)

    America is the world’s policeman, all right—a big, dumb, mick flatfoot in the middle of the one thing cops dread most, a “domestic disturbance.”
    —P.J. (Patrick Jake)