Recent Examples of mic from the Web
Any messenger will be able to grab a mic and voice his or her opinion.
Unfortunately, his time was up and the mic was passed to Rep. Dave Loebsack (D-IA).
Anyone who steps to the mic with a Prince song cued up has enormous purple stilettos to fill.
There was Timuel Black, the legendary 99-year-old historian, who came to the mic to voice his support but, in accordance with the rules, was cut off after three minutes.
While driving on Richmond just west of Beltway 8 at 7 a.m. Monday, Jarrod Brannen captured a video of a woman driving next to him with the windows down and singing into what looked like a plastic mic.
On Thursday, Harris was taking audience questions when a man stepped to the mic and zeroed in on her fundraising methods.
His reception toast: During the couple's first reception, a luncheon event hosted by the Queen, Harry reportedly grabbed the mic for an impromptu toast.
After a few seconds, his mic came back to life, but the band's instrumentation didn't.
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Financial Definition of MIC
What It Is
How It Works
MICs always begins with the letter "X," followed by a combination of three additional letters and/or numbers. A MIC appears in the details for securities trades and indicates the market in which the trade occurred. For example, XNYS is the market identifier code for the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
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