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“Today one is a "Piker" ordering less than 20 aircraft at a time, and orders for 100 aircraft are not uncommon.”
“A later application of the same word, descriptive of a person who does business in a small way, has nothing in common with the "Piker" of early days.”
“Piker," later it was applied to all persons of that type in the Far”
“The appellation "Piker," much used in the West in early days, synonymous of "Missourian," had its origin on these plains.”
“The liberals 'overreach has awakened the sleeping giant known as The Silent Majority and they're suddenly amazed the American people aren't just dancing along merrily to the fife the Pied Piker (Obama) is playing.”
“In its every move, the ACS promotes the interests of the major manufacturers of mammogram machines and films, including Siemens, DuPont, General Electric, Eastman Kodak and Piker.”
“Piker Ryan, one of the Whyo gang members, was also a real person.”
“Consider, for instance the field lines of some magnets moving around each other, as shown in this video by Daniel Piker, who has a great blog of computational gnarl called Space Symmetry Structure.”
“Using multimedia, multi-channels and multi-platforms, Piker says in the foreword of a 73-page gem called "Innovations in Newspapers 2010 World Report," ensures the target group feels it simply can't live without a newspaper.”
“Five radiologists have served as ACS presidents and, in its every move, the ACS promotes the interests of the major manufacturers of mammogram machines and films, including Siemens, DuPont, General Electric, Eastman Kodak, and Piker.”
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