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pic·quet

 (pĭ-kā′)
n.
Variant of piquet.

picquet

(ˈpɪkɪt)
n
(Military) a variant spelling of picket3
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They sat in the drawing-room playing picquet with the door open.
There was the sleepy Sunday of his boyhood, when, like a military deserter, he was marched to chapel by a picquet of teachers three times a day, morally handcuffed to another boy; and when he would willingly have bartered two meals of indigestible sermon for another ounce or two of inferior mutton at his scanty dinner in the flesh.
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1911: More than 6,000 letters and postcards were flown five miles from Allahabad to Naini Junction in India by Henri Picquet - the first official airmail.
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French Navy Ship La Motte Picquet, top, and HMS Duncan, bottom
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Li, Stephanie 2007 Resistance, Silence and Placees: Charles Bon's Octoroon Mistress and Louisa Picquet.
But his treatment of Calderon, a free woman of colour, stood out among other examples: accused as an accomplice to a theft, she was hung by one arm and made to stand on a picquet or spike until she eventually confessed.
The edition includes three oral narratives--Louisa Picquet, The Octoroon: A Tale of Southern Life (1861), The Story of Mattie J.