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"A Pied" a.k.a. "À pied" is a composition, cataloged instance.
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Dairy Queens (2011)
by Meredith Martin
(A pied is a little larger than one foot.) ...
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 ...
by Stephen Badsey
was a French designation for infantry or cavalry suggesting elite skirmishing troops; Chasseurs a Pied means literally 'hunters on foot';.
by Charles James
A PIED, Fr. on foot. Pied d pied, Fr. foot by foot; gradually. Faire un logement pied a pied; 10 establish a lodgment foot by foot. Forcer les ouvrages pied a pied ; to make regular approaches, ...
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Quotes about a pied
this is their game
pied piping with the wind
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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