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- n. Plural form of parkette.
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Parks: The neighbourhood has an abundance of children's playgrounds and little parkettes.
Other possibilities to inject new life into the town's core include attracting a university or college to create a new campus, expanding or creating parkettes and generally fostering amenities that will bring people into the downtown.
The development, proposed for the southwest corner of Richmond and Medway roads, would also include parkettes, a village square and rear laneways.
After an overture of songs from shifting radio stations that suggest the variety of Southern-fried musical styles to come, we're introduced to Armadillo Acres 'resident Greek chorus of trailer-parkettes: Betty (Jacinda Rose Swinehart), the charismatic manager of the park; Lin (Amy Erbe), a woman whose needs aren't being met by her husband (he's been on death row for eight years); and Pickles (Ellie Jepperson), who isn't too bright but seems to be enjoying her hysterical pregnancy.