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  • n. Plural form of Peke.

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Examples

  • I'm really sick of these celebrities adopting kids for publicity as if the children were Pugs or Pekes.

    random thoughts on a wednesday night

  • His marriage to Ethel, though it led to a great stepfatherly love for her daughter, was a business arrangement, with pets — preferably Pekes — standing in for offspring.

    The Honorable Schoolboy

  • But I know exactly what "making my home with them" would be like: unpaid domestic help to Julia; unpaid sewingwoman to Dickies unpaid nurse to the children; unpaid kennelmaid to two spoilt Pekes and an autocratic Siamese cat.

    Crime On the Coast

  • Promenading up and down the garden path with Chinny and Biddy, the ancient Pekes, was the mater.

    The Garden Party, and Other Stories

  • That is, real doggy dogs; not these little imitation parlor insects, like Poms and Pekes and such.

    Torchy As A Pa

  • It's going to the dogs -- to little, silly Pekes and Poms.

    Ptomaine Street

  • Comic touches highlight Johnathan McCann's Bustopher Jones number and a yapping Pekes and Pollicles battle with an oh-so-adorable collection of younger

    Naples Daily News Stories

  • Golden Doodles, Cockerpoos, Pome-Pekes and other elaborately titled canine crosses, it prompted us to wonder, exactly how did we arrive at Afghans, Airedales and Alaskan Malamutes when all we started with was the good, old fashioned Wolf?

    Dog Magazine dot net - Home of K9 Magazine

  • With more and more 'designer' or hybrid dogs making the headlines featuring the likes of Puggles, Golden Doodles, Cockerpoos, Pome-Pekes and other elaboratly titled canine crosses, it prompted us to wonder, exactly how did we arrive at Afghans, Airedales and Alaskan Malamutes when all we started with was the good, old fashioned Wolf?

    Dog Magazine dot net - Home of K9 Magazine

  • Pome-Pekes and other elaboratly titled canine crosses, it prompted us to wonder, exactly how did we arrive at Afghans, Airedales and Alaskan Malamutes when all we started with was the good, old fashioned Wolf?

    Dog Magazine dot net - Home of K9 Magazine

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