pickery

pickery

(ˈpɪkərɪ)
n
rare petty theft
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One lady, Patricia Willacy, said the pickery became a "sociable hub" where friendships and gossip thrived.
Jesse-James Rehu Pickery is absorbed by patterns underlying our reality--seeking resonance and frequency in sound, light and earth.
We welcomed new chair Henny Nicholls, new vice chair Sarah Pickery and treasurer Jill Meiring.
At Easton Walled Gardens, spread over 12 acres, more than 50 types of sweet pea - heritage, modern, scented, striped, edged and bi-colour sweet peas - are displayed on canes, drums and wigwams throughout the pickery (cut flower garden), vegetable and cottage gardens.
At Easton Walled Gardens, more than 50 types of sweet pea - heritage, modern, scented, striped, edged and bi-colour sweet peas - are displayed on canes, drums and wigwams throughout the pickery (cut flower garden), vegetable and cottage gardens.
Rue and Hiera Picra or Holy Bitter, which the country folk called Hickery Pickery.
The making of the star map was a collaboration with ceramic artist Jesse-James Rehu Pickery.