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  • Frank Pike was born to [[Mavis Pike]] and Gordon Pike on 13th Sept. 1924 in [[Walmington-upon-Sea]], [[Sussex]], [[England]], sho ..."[[Negative Campaigning]]" including Mainwaring's imfamous description of Pike as a "Stupid Boy", Frank was returned with a reasonable majority.
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  • [[Image:Albert_Pike.jpg|thumb|right|250px|Albert Pike]] '''Albert Pike''' (December 25,1799 - May 1, 1880) was a [[19th century]] [[philanthropis
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  • Already our plans have already begun to come to fruition, thanks to Dr. Pike's driven to madness. Has there been any word from Dr. Pike on their further progress ?
    926 bytes (148 words) - 23:32, 21 October 2015
  • ...antly, to rephrase: anyone in Colorado Springs can be seen from the top of Pike's Peak. That is why the headquarters of the Jesusland National [[Police|Law
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  • Frank Pike was born to [[Mavis Pike]] and Gordon Pike on 13th Sept. 1924 in [[Walmington-upon-Sea]], [[Sussex]], [[England]], sho ..."[[Negative Campaigning]]" including Mainwaring's imfamous description of Pike as a "Stupid Boy", Frank was returned with a reasonable majority.
    4 KB (631 words) - 09:31, 13 August 2012
  • ...e]] is. The final part of I-76 is in [[Colorado]], ending on the summit of Pike's Peak.
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  • {{Q|Don't tell him Pike. D'oh!|Homer Simpson|Dad's Army}} ...four series which is finally exposed in the last episode. Wilson is indeed Pike's uncle.
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  • Pike, after listening to the multi-double jointed and octa-limbed [[Neil Peart]] ...themselves, which intrigued Petrucci and Myung. They finally decided that Pike Mortnoy would be the perfect addition to their newly formed Jazz influenced
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  • [[Image:Albert_Pike.jpg|thumb|right|250px|Albert Pike]] '''Albert Pike''' (December 25,1799 - May 1, 1880) was a [[19th century]] [[philanthropis
    9 KB (1,570 words) - 06:49, 27 June 2012
  • ...ne [[toll booth]]. The connectors that veer off the highway turn like a [[pike]] hence the road name. This road serves the state of [[Ohio]] and helps tr
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  • ...wn the poles. This is the origin of the phrase "look who's coming down the pike".
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  • |P - [[Pikachu|Pike]]
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  • ...us online humorist and bon vivant who is reported to have once ridden down Pike's Peak inside a burning steamer trunk.
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  • ...izard and could easily create fascinating melodies with his harp made of a pike's jaw. Nevertheless, he experienced significant difficulties with actual co ...instrument of his own. A ''kantele'', a harp made of the jaw of a gigantic pike he had caught himself while fishing after a long day of composing. Sibelius
    8 KB (1,207 words) - 03:27, 4 October 2012
  • ...night, they would break down the door, usually with a long metal stick, or pike, grab you out of bed and dress you in rags. The soldiers would take your w
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  • Scafell Pike is to be referred to as Mount Doom to cash in on the Lord Of The Rings tour
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  • ...he Venture Bros:''' "If it's 'Destiny', do I really have a choice? Captain Pike, what is Free Will in a universe where one's path is unalterable?" '''<s>Segue</s> Captain Pike:''' "See? You're really all smart and stuff, just like Giant Thugs in Starf
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  • ...eeded to shoot a fly that was buzzing around some cow-dung at the top of [[Pike's Peak]]. Lee Van Cleef laughed, drew his pistol, and proceeded to shoot th
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  • [[Image:Bass_player.JPG|thumb|right|A fishmonger at Seattle's Pike Place Market.]]
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  • ...spineless’ because these are the overwhelming traits of a naysayer. Walter Pike was an unimaginative, unctuous, upstart from the EPA who naysaid the Ghostb
    10 KB (1,577 words) - 23:40, 28 October 2015
  • ...y get away with simply being eaten by a mutant pike. Or possibly, a mutant pike-fisherman.
    8 KB (1,367 words) - 00:54, 14 March 2012
  • ...applaud me as I stride through the Gates of Hell – carrying your head on a pike!|Murray The Demonic Talking Skull|Guybrush Threepwood}}
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