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PECK. A measure of capacity, equal to two gallons. Vide Measure.

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From time to time, indeed, a man ventured to stand up before him in fight, but none could conquer him, and in a little while no one sought to face Groan-Maker when he lifted himself to peck.
said the sparrow; and perching upon the third horse, she began to peck him too.
cried Polly, tumbling off the chair with a bounce, and running to peck the
Beak trimmed pullets pecked more at the cage and had more toe pecks, yet overall pecks made at the feed and the environment were no different than untrimmed controls.
Once weekly for 60 min thereafter throughout the experiment, the cube was placed in the food hopper to birds provide the opportunity to peck at the cube, and the number of pecks was recorded.
The Pecks are shown enjoying a rambunctious meal with French President Jacques Chirac, who playfully claims that he's in love with Veronique.
There are a bushel of Pecks living on a cul-de-sac near Peachland Elementary School.
He also had some ownership in Northwest Honda in Bentonville, but the Pecks are no longer involved in it.
Bell and Peck reunited at the 2017 MTV VMAs and there was no bad blood between the two.