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  1. Bill, 1871–1932, U.S. rodeo performer: famed as bulldogger.
  2. George Edward, 1825–75, Confederate general in the American Civil War.

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While Pickett didn’t have a crisp offensive game, he still tied Chudier Bile for the team lead with eight rebounds.

Before the pause, Pickett struggled with consistency and Blair was firing away trying to carry the offense alone with sometimes questionable shot selection.

Pickett was found guilty of driving under the influence of methamphetamine and other drugs and sentenced to a minimum of 40 years in prison.

The second of those came on Pickett’s 11-yard throw to wide receiver Jaylon Barden.

Pickett passed for 404 yards while completing 35 of 52 attempts, and Turner added 184 yards on 15 receptions.

Pliny Pickett slouched around the corner, and, as he approached, the unmistakable odor of horses became noticeable.

Two days later Pliny Pickett stopped to speak to Scattergood in front of the hardware store.

Pliny Pickett burst into the room, his hat missing, his eyes gleaming with excitement.

Pliny Pickett lounged past, stopped, eyed Scattergood, and seated himself on the step.

Sadler and Irish we didn't find, and some others, and there was a man named Pickett who wasn't drowned.





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