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Ricketts, IA -- U.S. city in Iowa
Population (2000): 144
Housing Units (2000): 61
Land area (2000): 0.255043 sq. miles (0.660559 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.255043 sq. miles (0.660559 sq. km)
FIPS code: 66855
Located within: Iowa (IA), FIPS 19
Location: 42.129521 N, 95.574532 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 51460
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Ricketts, IA

Usage examples of "ricketts".

Mayor Ricketts here in Powertown had been pompous and not so friendly.

Mr Ricketts, you had better lie twenty yards off or so, and deliver them from temptation.

As soon as they saw him looming in the dim glow of the hatchway the master and young Ricketts moved silently over to the larboard side, and Jack resumed his solitary pacing from the taffrail to the aftermost deadeye.

Not ten minutes after the swabber had removed all traces of the scene, Babbington was flying about the upper rigging in pursuit of Ricketts, with the clerk toiling with laborious, careful delight a great way behind.

Young Ricketts was clinging to the fall of the main burton-tackle in an attempt to control himself, but without much success.

Besides, I am covered: all my officers formally agreed that our shortage of water and provisions compelled us to do so - Marshall and Ricketts and even Dillon, although he was so chuff and pope-holy about it all.

Mayor Ricketts looked resplendent in winged collar, cutaway and striped trousers.

If we can cinch that idea in the bronze guy's head, then croak Ricketts, we'll have handed the bronze guy a dead cat.

He thinks I killed Mayor Ricketts and that Ricketts was the Roar Devil.

He ain't got the slightest idea that Ricketts was already dead in that alley before I started shootin'.

But if they do not,' went on Mr Ricketts, 'if they do not, and if he persists in capers of this kind -which I believe it is his nature so to do - why then, I dare say he will exchange out of the old Sophie as quick as Mr Harvey did.

Each group of guns was in charge of a midshipman or a master's mate - Pullings had the six forward guns, Ricketts the four in the waist and Babbington the four farthest aft.

Marshall and Purser Ricketts sat mum, saying please and thank you, eating with dreadful precision.

He stood there reflecting: a little way to his left, scarcely flinching as the balls came whipping in or hulled the sloop (a great rending thump), stood the clerk and Ricketts, the quarter-deck midshipman.

Jack's cold glare chilled his mirth, however, and he was able to reply to 'And you, Mr Ricketts, have you written to your parents recently?