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  • proper n. An island in the Azores.


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  • Sanwa's ultra-cheap pico projector available, probably worth the money Pico projectors caught in the wild, one on a camcorder, one in Samsung's W9600 cellphone ...


  • Something bad is going to happen in Pico Mundo, and his only real clue is the date of August 15 ... and it's already August 14.

    Book Review: "Odd Thomas" by Dean Koontz

  • For occasional editing of remote files, Nano/Pico is actually not too shabby.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • The density in Pico-Union & Koreatown, for example, is 4 times the NYC avg.

    Matthew Yglesias » Mass Transit

  • My grandparents live in Pico Rivera where I also visit a few times

    The Cowboys are in town...

  • At the name Pico started, and there was a movement as of fear from the three grooms who followed him.

    The Historical Nights' Entertainment First Series

  • Xnipek is one of the salsas collectively referred to as Pico de Gallo, or "beak of the chicken," a reference either to the size of the chopped ingredients or to chicken feed.

    Kurt Michael Friese: Chasing Chiles: Xnipec - A Touch of the Dogs Nose

  • A perfect example is a company called Pico Holdings, which through its subsidiary, Vidler Water Company, is buying up water rights in the southwestern United States.

    Ahead of the Curve

  • At last, when we were 5,593 feet high, only 300 feet below the summit of the Pico, which is 5,893 feet, there came a mighty wind.

    The Romance of Isabel Lady Burton

  • Gap, the nation's largest clothing chain, on Monday is rolling out a marketing campaign that features 30- to 90-second online documentary-style videos centered around the goings on at its denim design studio in Los Angeles called the Pico Creative Loft.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion


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