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  • 49Picket and Clanger Wood — (gbmapping|ST975543) is a 66.4 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest in Wiltshire, notified in 1989.ource* [http://www.english nature.org.uk/citation/citation photo/1001598.pdf English Nature citation sheet for the site]… …

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  • 50Picket Fences — es una serie de televisión norteamericana transmitida desde 1992 hasta 1996 en la cadena CBS. Creado por David E. Kelley, el programa fue protagonizado por Tom Skerritt, Kathy Baker, Don Cheadle, Holly Marie Combs, Justin Shenkarow, Adam Wylie,… …

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  • 51picket fence — picket .fence n AmE a fence made up of a line of strong pointed sticks that are fixed in the ground …

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  • 52picket fence — ☆ picket fence n. a fence made of upright pales or stakes …

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  • 53picket line — n. a line or cordon of people serving as pickets …

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  • 54Picket Fences — This article is about the television series. For the fence variety, see Picket fence. For the radio/telephony term, see Picket fencing. Picket Fences Format Drama Created by David E. Kelley …

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  • 55Picket Fences — Seriendaten Deutscher Titel Picket Fences – Tatort Gartenzaun Originaltitel Picket Fences …

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  • 56Picket Fences - Tatort Gartenzaun — Seriendaten Deutscher Titel: Picket Fences – Tatort Gartenzaun Originaltitel: Picket Fences Produktionsland: USA Produktionsjahr(e): 1992–1996 Episodenlänge: etwa 45 Minuten Episodenanzahl …

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  • 57Picket Fences – Tatort Gartenzaun — Seriendaten Deutscher Titel: Picket Fences – Tatort Gartenzaun Originaltitel: Picket Fences Produktionsland: USA Produktionsjahr(e): 1992–1996 Episodenlänge: etwa 45 Minuten Episodenanzahl …

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  • 58Picket fence — A picket fence is a variety of fence that has been used mostly for domestic boundaries. It is particularly popular in the United States, where the style has been used since the First Period, and remains popular in current times. Often the fence… …

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  • 59Picket (military) — In military terminology, a picket (archaically, picquet, not to be confused with the punishment picquet) refers to soldiers or troops placed on a line forward of a position to warn against an enemy advance. It can also refer to any unit (for… …

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  • 60picket line — noun a line of people acting as pickets • Hypernyms: ↑line * * * noun, pl ⋯ lines [count] : a line or group of people who are refusing to go to work until their employer agrees to certain demands She joined her coworkers on the picket line. The… …

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  • 61Picket Range — The Picket Range is a small, extremely rugged subrange of the North Cascades in the northwestern part of the American state of Washington. It is entirely contained within North Cascades National Park. It lies to the north of the Skagit River,… …

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  • 62picket line — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms picket line : singular picket line plural picket lines a picket. Workers who cross a picket line continue to work while other workers are on strike …

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  • 63picket fence — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms picket fence : singular picket fence plural picket fences a fence made of thin flat boards that are pointed at the top. People think of picket fences as typical of houses in small middle class towns in the US …

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  • 64picket ship — noun a ship serving as a picket (Freq. 1) • Hypernyms: ↑picket * * * noun : a ship or airplane stationed outside a formation of ships or a geographical area as a rescue or warning unit * * * picket ship, a ship used to watch for and warn against… …

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