Repeat this till you have put in eight quarts or one peck of tomatas.
It mistook me for a honeysuckle, and gave me a peck to make sure.
This ended the operations of the firm of Peck & Masters, in 1864.
From Chambers's Traditions of Edinburgh we learn that the price in 1701 was half-a-crown a peck.
I have found about Chillicothe a number of the varieties given by Dr. Peck.
She then sent them to Dr. Peck, who gave them their very appropriate name.
The plant was named by Dr. Peck because it was found late in the fall.
He ordered the landlord to carry his horse half a peck of oysters.
Then the greedy hens began to peck her hand, and try to get it out of the pail.
Then peck, peck, peck, went the little bills on the eyelids of the fox.