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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!
See also: peck
References in classic literature ?
said the sparrow; and perching upon the third horse, she began to peck him too.
If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled pepper, where's the peck," &c.
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.
Feed was weighed into a hopper and pecks at the feed and billing of feed were monitored for 30 min via a video record.
There are a bushel of Pecks living on a cul-de-sac near Peachland Elementary School.
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.
He also had some ownership in Northwest Honda in Bentonville, but the Pecks are no longer involved in it.
FBI Links Alleged Kickbacks to Cliff Peck Dealership in Conway
has hit Arkansas and particularly automobile entrepreneur Cliff Peck of Little Rock.
8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 200 parents, friends and alumni of The Peck School of Morristown attended the school's biennial "Friends, Film & Philanthropy" luncheon at the Wyndham Hamilton Park Hotel, on Thursday, November 12.
According to the Peck Parents' Association, 100 percent of net proceeds went directly to LLS-with the total amount raised far exceeding the Peck Parents' Association's fundraising goals.