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It's a lovely colour when it's just been washed. I also remember when mike was used in preference to mic.
It's Mic and Mic'd. The abbreviation simply refuses to comply with standard English rules for spelling and pronunciation (or common sense, for that matter). For more great sports stories ...
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Not even the staunchest mic proponents go that far, using miking and miked in those cases, or mic’ing and mic’d. The earliest known abbreviation for microphone dates back to the 1920’s and in that instance was written … That's true. Discussion in 'Andy Sneap' started by CatharsisStudios, Mar 19, 2010. ? Portions of this site based on phpBB
Mic'd should be "micked" but it looks right written down.
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There is no 'K' in Microphone, therefore there is none in the abbreviations.
Policy ]. Because it's an abbreviation of Microphone and Microphoned. There is no 'K' in Microphone, therefore there is none in the abbreviations. Miked or Miced or Mic'd or Micd or Micced... What's Hot « 1 2 » Comments. You only get a mic or mic'd if your nice to the sound engineer. We're ready to let the lights shine bright & the confetti rain from above. http://groups-beta.google.com/groups?q=mic+or+mike&hl=en&btnG=Google+Search. Wanting to join the rest of our members? Welcome to For The Win's European Union Experience. Nah, I miked you up with a microphone. Mic’d Up. Are you ready for the biggest thing to happen to school dances since...The first one? If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons! style gurus allowed that the verb could be miked, even if the noun is mic.
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_____ "I'm sick of that rectangular thing I've … The number of times I rephrase a what I'm typing to avoid the awkwardness of using Miked or Mic'ed. All material Copyright 2008 The Recording Project,
Any man worth his salt can fix almost any problem with this stuff alone." “mic’d”? Just turn your amp up and you won't need to be mic'd/miked/mic-ed/micced/myked. Mic'd is stupid. I used mic'ed and don't find it awkward, but mic'd is fine too. There is no 'K' in Microphone, therefore there is none in the abbreviations. [/pedant]. The abbreviation simply refuses to comply with standard English rules for spelling and pronunciation (or common sense, for that matter). Almost always apostrophes are used to denote possession or missing letters. - Walt Kowalski, "Just because I don't care, doesn't mean I don't understand." The traditional English abbreviation for microphone is mike. How could anyone with a brain less than … Or “miked”? You -blank- the cab up with a 57.