pisky


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pisky

(ˈpɪskɪ)
n, pl -kies
(European Myth & Legend) folklore a Cornish fairy, thought to bring good luck despite being mischievous
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The enemy shelled the Ukrainian forces near Avdiivka, Pisky, Opytne with small arms, mortars, 15 mm artillery systems, near Luhanske and Novhorodske with grenade launchers and small arms, near Mayorsk and Zaitseve with mortars.
The area surrounding Donetsk continued to see the heaviest fighting, with rebels firing 120mm mortar shells at the village of Pisky, close to the airport which rebels took in January following fierce fighting, the army said in a statement.
Anatoliy Stelmakh on Thursday said cease-fire violations during the night were relatively few, but included shelling the village of Pisky on the outskirts of Donetsk, the largest rebel-held city.
22, Reuta was deployed in the village of Pisky along with Grigory V.
I've seen the one on the right described as a Polperro pisky - a traditional Cornish mischief-maker.
Minister of Religious Affairs, Pisky Din 43 (2) (1989): 661.