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"A Pied" a.k.a. "À pied" is a composition, cataloged instance.

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Google previewDairy Queens (2011)

by Meredith Martin

(A pied is a little larger than one foot.) Made from a fine gray thunderstone (pierre de tonnerre), these statues, now lost, represented female farm workers, including a milkmaid (La laitière), a butter-churner (La batteuse de berre), a farmer (La ...

Google previewDoctrine and Reform in the British Cavalry 1880-1918 (2008)

by Stephen Badsey

was a French designation for infantry or cavalry suggesting elite skirmishing troops; Chasseurs a Pied means literally 'hunters on foot';.

Google previewBeeton's Book of Poultry and Domestic Animals (1870)

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A pied is a pigeon whose colour is divided into patches, which give rise to distinctive names. There is the beard pied, or blue-beard, or black -beard, &c., according to the ground colour. " To be accurate in marking, the under mandible should ...

Google previewThe Authentic Bistros of Paris (2004)

by François Thomazeau, Sylvain Ageorges, Anna Moschovakis

Like a narrow corridor leading straight to the soul of bistros everywhere, the Verre a Pied is a vestige of the past, a reassuring flashback — from the ancieut Seita cash register to the toilettes. Lvery smoker in the vicinity winds up here, leaning ...

Google previewThe London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science, art, literature, and practical mechanics, by the orig. ed. of the Encyclopaedia metropolitana [T. Curtis]. (1839)

by Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)

The following singular effect of lightning is recorded, in the Philosophical Transactions, upon a pied bullock. ' In the evening of Sunday the 28th of August, 1774, there was an appearance of a thunderstorm, but no report was heard .

Google previewA new English dictionary ... The third edition, carefully revised ... By J. K. [i.e. John Kersey.] (1731)

by John Kersey

Pied,spotted, sped/ed; ax, A pied Horse. To picp, 'gery a: young Chicken; do. Pie- Powder-Court (1. e. *the Dusty-Foot-Court) held in Fain, to yield Justice to Buyer: and Sellere, redress Discrdere, &c. so calledfrem the Dispateh in deciding ...

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this is their game
pied piping with the wind
making songs
sometimes with the flute
under the trees
at night when the moon
comes and shines in full
for their next
trip to the paths of
happiness. (Ric S. Bastasa)
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