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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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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.
They sat in the drawing-room playing picquet with the door open.
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.
2019, That is to say 12 months including: - cambronne station, Cambronne / la motte picquet grenelle station, La motte picquet grenelle station and about half of the la motte picquet grenelle / dupleix station: + or - 650 ml of viaduct including 2 stations, - alboni walk on station passy side in the passy / bir hakeim interstation: About 100 ml, - partial painting recovery of section 1: About 160 ml, 2nd phase in principle from 1.
Quarter Guard dress" (Come and do a picquet boys, come and do a guard
French Navy Ship La Motte Picquet, top, and HMS Duncan, bottom
The agreement was recently signed at the Dubai head office of Emirates Trans Graphics between Bruno Picquet, CEO of Duplo International, and Mohammad Alhashemi, CEO of Emirates Trans Graphics.
Angela Casini, Michel Picquet and colleagues note that caffeine and certain caffeine-based compounds have recently been in the spotlight as possible anticancer treatments.
4) Papon X, Picquet J, Fournier HD, Enon B, Mercier P.
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.
However, this "discursive violence," as Li terms it, does not cost Picquet the ultimate goal of purchasing and freeing her mother (77).