An attending male servant; a footman; a servile follower.
- Verb i.
To act or serve as lackey; to pay servile attendance.
To attend as a lackey; to wait upon.
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Bobby Lackey is a former American football player who was the starting quarterback for the Texas Longhorns in the late 1950s. An all around athlete, he also played punter, kicker and defensive back and returned both punts and kick-offs. He was the team's top scorer in 1958 and 1959 and helped Texas to win a share of the 1959 Southwest Conference championship, the first of the Darrell Royal era. He was also the first Longhorn to ever appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated
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The Serpent's Shadow (2001) is a novel by American writer Mercedes Lackey, part of her Elemental Masters series. It is set in London in 1909 and is based on the fairy tale Snow White.
Lackey General Merchandise and Warehouse
Lackey General Merchandise and Warehouse is a historic commercial building at the northeast corner of Arkansas Highway 66 and North Peabody Avenue in the center of Mountain View, Arkansas. It is a roughly rectangular two-story structure, built out of local stone, with a flat roof surrounded by a low parapet. Its main facade faces west toward the Stone County Courthouse, with plate glass windows topped by awnings on the first floor, and four sash windows on the second. The main entrance is in an angle at the street corner, with the building corner supported by a square stone post. Built in 1924, it is believed to be the largest commercial building in Stone County.
Lackey (also known locally in its heyday as "the Reservation") was a small unincorporated community near Yorktown in York County, Virginia, United States established primarily after the American Civil War. Lackey is now extinct as the properties were bought by the federal government in 1918 for use as a naval military installation.
Edwin Keith Lackey was a Canadian Anglican bishop in the second half of the 20th century.
Madyson Lackey is a softball player who plays as a second baseman, third baseman, and shortstop with her club, Bad to the Bone. She committed to play for the Snow College softball team.
Robert T. Lackey
Robert T. Lackey (born 1944) is a Canadian born fisheries scientist and political scientist living in the United States. He is best known for his work involving the interplay between science and policy, natural resource management, and assessments of the future of salmon runs. Lackey is a professor of fisheries and wildlife and adjunct professor of political science at Oregon State University. From 1981-2008, he held senior leadership posts at the United States Environmental Protection Agency research laboratory in Corvallis, Oregon.
"Lackey" is a song by English indie rock band The Others and is featured on their debut album, The Others . Released on 17 January 2005, it was the third single from the album and charted at number 21 on the UK Singles Chart.