I got in and drove to pix, a 24 hour camera shop, to get some more film.
If my pix is so offensive to media critics, why do they keeping flashing the damn thing over & over?
Miss pix looked about, with a little anxiety peeping out of her good-souled, eager face.
It may also be used as pix liquida, with equal part of alcohol.
Nuremberg, so rich in legend, tells a story of the origin of the pix.
Fat Mrs. pix enjoyed a certain sort of vogue from 1696 to 1709.
pix informed her that he was not then at home, adding, with the air and tone of a field-marshal, that he was his representative.
It also mentions pix as a Devon imprecation, ‘a pix take him.’
Miss pix being thus stricken down, he helped her up again with an apology.
"They will not tolerate us up stairs," said Anton, hurriedly, to pix.
c.1400, "a box," especially the vessel in which the host or consecrated bread is preserved, from Latin pyxis, from Greek pyxis "box-wood; a box," from pyxos "box-wood; box-tree," of uncertain origin.
: pix credit
A picture, and later esp a movie; flick: Raft's next pic (1884+)