Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of picnicker.

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Examples

  • The picnickers will be the first in the world to experience the event and will enjoy an enviable view of the city and Sydney Harbour.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • Gaza "picnickers" killed by Israeli missle "] a pro-Palestinian online publication, recalls introducing Obama at one such event, a 1999 fundraiser for the Deheisha Palestinian camp in the West Bank.

    The Jawa Report

  • Some replicate Glyndbourne's setting in the rolling Sussex Downs, dotted with sheep, spectacular gardens and picnickers, and these events are still more common in Britain than in Continental Europe—though there are a few in Italy and some in the south of France, and in America, Glimmerglass and Santa Fe spring to mind.

    Eat, Drink and Be Entertained

  • On Thursday night, more than 1,100 white-wearing, chic picnickers convened outside the Winter Garden at the World Financial Center for the first ever New York "Dîner en Blanc" (Dinner in White), an event previously enjoyed by thousands of flash feasters in cities like Paris (natch), Amsterdam, Berlin and Zurich.

    Secret to a Picnic: Make It Big and White

  • The mansion, which is on the edge of the Versailles site, with its entrance on the rue de l'Indépendance Américaine, will offer views of the Orangerie, the building where Louis XIV once stored almost 2,000 orange and palm trees during the winter, and the Pièce d'Eau des Suisses, a large pond popular with picnickers.

    ARTINFO: King or Queen for a Day: Luxury Accommodations at Versailles

  • The mansion, which is on the edge of the Versailles site, with its entrance on the rue de l'Indépendance Américaine, will offer views of the Orangerie, the building where Louis XIV once stored almost 2,000 orange and palm trees during the winter, and the Pièce d'Eau des Suisses, a large pond popular with picnickers.

    ARTINFO: King or Queen for a Day: Luxury Accommodations at Versailles

  • The volunteers sometimes share the commanding heights of the maritime museum with wedding parties and picnickers but are here whatever the weather, in sun hats, rain gear or winter coats.

    Counting the Whales, Passing the Time

  • Ms. Rodriguez said she appreciates Mr. Friend's offer and added that the tables could benefit picnickers who aren't shop customers.

    Businesss' Role in State Parks Stirs Unease

  • The Crayola-green glade was dotted with sun-hatted picnickers and flocks of children in ties and kneesocks chasing each other.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • The bird was obviously used to having food thrown at it by the picnickers and probably also cleaning up after them.

    Archive 2009-05-01

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