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  • n. Plural form of picker.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • If Mr. Bennett thinks that referring to illegal aliens as "chamber maids and lettuce pickers" is in any way accrate perhaps his re-election bid's in trouble for reasons other than his status as an incumbent.

    Public anger is 'why I am in trouble,' Bennett says

  • No issue there, the tire kickrs/brain pickers have got to drive those guys nuts.

    Some Peeves from a Gunsmith

  • Harbes is also home to one of the North Fork's most popular fall festivals, which provides pumpkin pickers with a corn maze, hay and pony rides and candy apples.

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  • Last weekend, I navigated through the pumpkin pickers for Lieb Family Cellars 'Annual Warehouse Sale and Vineyard Tour, an exclusive event for wine club members.

    Over the Barrel

  • As well, Abundance has become a valuable service for some home owners who can't pick the fruit in their own gardens and call the pickers to come help.

    Urban Scrumpers Are Picking the Forbidden Fruit

  • Touch-screen computers that operate in English or Polish tell the workers, known as pickers, which product belongs where, and the system is constructed so the workers don't have to walk or reach too far.

    Automation Powers U.K. Grocer

  • Plantation bells, calling the pickers from the fields,

    Carolina Chansons Legends of the Low Country

  • CONAN: Vik Muniz posed the pickers are the subjects of famous paintings, projected a huge image of that picture on a floor where he and the pickers used recyclable materials to mark the contours of their faces and fill in the shadows.

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  • The pickers were a bit more than 15 during the first days, and less than 10 at the end, on the smaller plots.

    Wine Tasting, Vineyards, in France

  • Yes pop pickers, that is Deuce with their cheese-friendly 1995 hit, Call It Love.

    A Very Public Sociologist


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