pecky


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pecky

(ˈpɛkɪ)
adj, peckier or peckiest
1. (Forestry) (of timber) having patches of decay caused by fungi
2. of or resembling the peck of a bird
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The ceiling is pecky cypress, the floor is limestone tiles, and the backsplash is stacked stone.
Henrietta was good, Eggwina was better then there was plain old Pecky.
Notable features include a cavernous two-story living room with hand-stenciled Pecky Cypress ceiling, a colossal eat-in kitchen with barrel-vaulted Chicago brick ceiling, a mosaic-tiled swimming pool, 150 feet of waterway frontage with private dock, and a boardwalk that meanders through scrubby dunes to the beach.
Reduced Material Costs--Central conveying may allow you the option of buying materials in bulk for silo storage with a "free" silo from your material supplier or you may be able to increase your purchases to a point where it is advantageous to use bulk bins for storage instead of those pecky bulk boxes.
Pecky rice (rice grain damaged by insects) is a serious problem in Japanese rice production.
Wise-cracking best friend Alex (John Leguizamo) keeps a close eye on Patchi and together, they face the merciless Gorgosaurus, high-flying Pterosaurs and the chicken-like Hesperonychus, which Patchi refers to as "skinnynecked pecky things".
The rhino manages to fight the lion, but when Pecky comes back, everyone is really happy.
It is the mockingbird of wood with sapwood that resembles ash, heartwood that looks like white oak and pecky wood that looks like elm or even chestnut.
Pecky rice is the name given to the grain damaged by stink bug feeding at the milky or pasty stage of rice and stained probably by bacteria or fungi, which invaded the grain at the penetration point.
The products range from raw foam to Polyurea hard coat with the following finishes: Smooth, Sand, Knock Down, Coral, Cast Stone, Wood Beams, & Pecky Cypress.