from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • An obsolete spelling of pique.


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  • Anyways, devant le succés grandissant de ton blog, je crois que au prochain picque - nique il faudrat louer tout le parc en entier afin de pouvoir faire rentrer tout tes fans. superbouffy |

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  • A Q&A session at the end is pretty much a given, but what else would picque yer interests?


  • By ohbethany, July 16, 2009 @ 1:45 am also, re Medway, ‘picque’ was a Serious Young Freudian Slip?

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  • It gets the message of hilariously awful cakes across well, and it looks weird/colourful enough to picque the interest of someone who doesn't know the blog.

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  • This isn't as obvious to the naked eye as peek/picque or to/to0/two, but it's the same kind of mistake.

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  • They are also talking about implementing all sorts of rule changes before next year in order to picque the interest of the fans and bring them back to the game.

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  • “Oh, there is no rose sans picque,” replied Mrs. Nesbitt.

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  • Martin say: "If I go to picquet ... he will picque and repicque, and capot me twenty times together" I believe that these terms in Molière's and

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  • I was intrigued by the many positive reviews, and wanted to picque her interest in science.

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  • Dunbar's picque & ill nature at tbe Gov 'will allwayea readily incline him (for the accomplishment of any point against the Govern') to resolve, Fledere si nequeo mperoa,

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