hickey

Spot or imperfection in printing.
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Hickey

A hickey, kiss mark, love bite, or bug bite is a bruise or bruise like mark caused by the kissing or suckling of the skin, usually on the neck or arm. While biting might be part of giving a hickey, suckling is sufficient to burst small superficial blood vessels under the skin. Hickeys typically last from five to twelve days and may be treated in t...
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hickey

(Snooker Golf) Any foul.
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hickey

A spot on a printed sheet caused by dust, link or ink imperfections; particularly noticeable on solids and half-tones.
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Hickey

Donut-shaped spot or imperfection in printing, most visible in areas of heavy ink coverage.
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Hickey

Hickey is American slang for a love bite.
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Hickey

Spot or imperfection in printing, most visible in areas of heavy ink coverage, caused by dirt on the plate or blanket. Also called bulls eye and fish eye.
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Hickey

Spots or imperfections in printed items due to particles of ink or board fibre becoming “trapped” onto the printing plate or blanket. Sometimes these “self remove” or have to be physicaly removed by the printer.
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hickey

[n] - a temporary red mark on a person`s skin resulting from kissing or sucking by their lover
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