n. A metal stud or plate fixed to the sole or heel of a shoe to prevent excessive wear. Also known as a seg.
Blakey is a surname, and may refer to:
- Blakey (album), a 1954 album by Art Blakey
- George Blakey
- John Blakey
- Marion Blakey
- Michael Blakey (disambiguation)
- Nicholas Blakey (died 1758), Irish-born draughtsman and engraver
- Richard Blakey
- G. Robert Blakey, a law professor and an expert on organized crime
- Cyril "Blakey" Blake, an inspector in sitcom On the Buses played by Stephen Lewis
- DJ Blakey, a DJ from London, UK
Blakey is an album by drummer Art Blakey recorded in 1954 and originally released on the EmArcy label as a 10-inch LP. The album was rereleased on CD in 1999 with bonus tracks originally released on the album Introducing Joe Gordon.
Usage examples of "blakey".
The image of Blakey's black-mustached face was in effect the icon of a virtual reality.
I'm very much afraid that Blakey is trying to land directly on the objective.
To fire paired broadsides into the Federation base as the ship descended, Blakey must have rolled the Mizpah on her axis, then counter-rolled.
He reached into his belt pouch, handed Blakey the compass from it, and resumed.
Captain Blakey, his image streaked by static, snarled, "Come in, somebody, isn't there anybody on watch on this God damned planet?
The quality of the Mizpah's transmission was so poor that the flagship's AI painted the field behind Blakey as a blur of color.
To fire paired broadsides into the Federation base as the ship descended, Blakey must have rolled theMizpah on her axis, then counter-rolled.
Captain Blakey, his image streaked by static, snarled, "Comein, somebody, isn't there anybody on watch on this Goddamned planet?
The quality of theMizpah 's transmission was so poor that the flagship's AI painted the field behind Blakey as a blur of color.
Owen sat watching the furious upward spiral of the Ripley fungus, wondering if Kurtz had known or just intuited, wondering if he and Blakey had cleared the area in time.
Nothing from Joe Blakey, who was maybe coming to understand the implications of that gauzy red-gold whirlwind, which they might or might not have managed to avoid.
I want to be there at least fifteen minutes before Owen and Joe Blakey.
With him was Frank Bellson from Blakey's Blue Boy Three, the other gunship that had made it back to base.
The aired pilot went on to receive the 1993 Emmy for Outstanding Special Visual Effects, an award that Legato shared with Gary Hutzel, Michael Gibson, and Dennis Blakey.
Sulu whose ability to latch onto any new subject with a dilettante's fervor has resulted in his discovery of Old American Jazz, which has had him up listening to Art Blakey drum solos nightly, to the distress of his immediate neighbors.