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pecks

and pecs and pects (pɛk(t)s)
n. the pectoral muscles. (From weightlifting and bodybuilding.) Look at the pecks on that guy!
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Feed was weighed into a hopper and pecks at the feed and billing of feed were monitored for 30 min via a video record.
The number of pecks at the red cube, pecks at the feed hopper, toe pecks, pecks at the cage, pacing, attempts to escape from the cage, head shakes and preening bouts were subsequently calculated from 30 min of video records.
While there was no significant difference at 10 weeks in the total number of pecks between the control birds and the birds trimmed at hatch (p>0.
Produced by Barbara Kopple, Cecilia Peck, Linda Saffire.
A Conversation With Gregory Peck" demonstrates that the real-life Peck is very much like the loving and admirable fellow Peck cites as his favorite role: "Mockingbird's" Atticus Finch.
Born in 1916, to parents who divorced when he was very young, Peck didn't discover acting until his senior year at Berkeley.
In the early years of their marriage, the Pecks lived in North Hollywood.
Cynde Peck has been pregnant 99 months of her life, but she admitted to a twinge of sadness that the recent birth of her 12th child would be the last for her and her husband, Joel.
FBI Links Alleged Kickbacks to Cliff Peck Dealership in Conway
has hit Arkansas and particularly automobile entrepreneur Cliff Peck of Little Rock.
In the clip, Bell was walking when Peck suddenly appeared by his side.
Peck planted a kiss on his head and answered, "this is being streamed live.