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PICKPickens Railroad Company
PICKPhoenix Inner City Kids (Phoenix, AZ)
PICKParty for Independent Candidates of Kenya (political party; Kenya)
PICKPost Irradiation Conical Keratoses (dermatology)
PICKPremarital Interpersonal Choices and Knowledge
PICKParents of Infants and Children with Kernicterus
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Will a group of joyous children, the young ones of the house, come dancing, shouting, laughing, into the open air, and cluster round the show-box, looking with eager merriment at the puppets, and tossing each a copper for long-tailed Mammon, the monkey, to pick up?
Why should he toil and moil, and be at so much trouble to pick himself up out of the mud, when, in a little while hence, the strong arm of his Uncle will raise and support him?
Further pursuit was useless; but the boats still lingered in their wake to pick up what drugged whales might be dropped astern, and likewise to secure one which Flask had killed and waifed.
The stone was sharp on the inside and round on the outside, which, as every one knows, is the most dangerous kind that a horse can pick up, at the same time cutting his foot and making him most liable to stumble and fall.
If he were working in a line of men, the line always moved too slowly for him, and you could pick him out by his impatience and restlessness.
And as for my axe -- well, I made up my mind that the next time I lent an axe to a surgeon I would pick my century.
It might answer for YOU to dig Jim out with a pick, WITHOUT any letting on, because you don't know no better; but it wouldn't for me, because I do know better.
There's an old rusty pick over amongst the weeds in the corner the other side of the fireplace -- I saw it a minute ago.
Hence his ability to pick out the right men and utilize combined energy.
He stooped to pick a flower, as if it were a charm against enchantment.
They walked along as fast as they could, Dorothy only stopping once to pick a beautiful flower; and after a time the Tin Woodman cried out: "Look
Athelny's native village, and she had been accustomed from her childhood to pick in the hop-field to which with her husband and her children she still went every year.