punkin


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pun·kin

 (pŭng′kĭn)
n. Informal
Variant of pumpkin.
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Mornings before daylight I slipped into cornfields and borrowed a watermelon, or a mushmelon, or a punkin, or some new corn, or things of that kind.
Instead of rebuilding about 20 miles of transmission and distribution poles and wires, Arizona Public Service (APS) will install two battery storage systems in rural Punkin Center, Arizona, making it one of the first electricity companies in the nation to use batteries in place of traditional infrastructure.
The incident occurred at the Punkin Chunkin Contest in Bridgeville, which is about 30 miles south of Dover.
Kelly says one of the most recent purchases by Charlotte has been hand-painted cream beds and accessories from the company's new Signature Collection, featuring illustrations of cute characters Punkin, Patch and their friends the woodland fairies.
Photos taken of scenic markers and of fellow hikers add a significant dimension to Hoosier's creative word pictures of these new friends; they include: Sparks, Caribou, Dovetail, Nickelodian, Rash, Punkin Pie, Mot, Joe the Hiker, Samson, and many others.
Just like the first five flavors (Peanutty, Punkin, Apple Crisp, Sweet Taters and Tropical Delight), the latest varieties are 100 percent sourced and certified made in the USA.
SCI and DISC) Top punkin chunkers face off in a chunking extravaganza, featuring chunk challenges involving TVs, pianos and cars.
SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Lacrosse, Grades 9-12, captain, Grades 11 and 12; Student Government, Grades 9-12, class president, Grade 12; math team, Grades 9-12; Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership, Grades 10-12, junior staff adviser, Grades 11 and 12; engineering competitions, Grades 9-12, 2011 BSCES model bridge maximum weight winner; Punkin Chunkin team, Grades 10-12, captain, Grade 12; principal's leadership team, Grades 10-12; bowling team, Grades 11 and 12, B-League champions, Grade 12; cross-country, Grade 12.
The works' lively titles--alongside Punkin Chunkin and Eraserbead, both 2014, are two canvases named for former Baltimore Orioles shortstop and third baseman Cal Ripken Jr.
for the November Punkin Chunkin festival where teams use intricate contraptions to toss pumpkins.
In middle French, this became pompon, and in English pompion, then pumpion, and eventually pumpkin or punkin.