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The mother, whose name was Pica, may have been of Provenal or French blood.
Here is also the pica marina or seapye many sorts of Lari, seamewes & cobs.
She was at home that evening, as it turned out, and at Pica's request she came to the telephone herself and heard his story.
Pietro entreated and threatened, Pica wept and caressed, but all in vain.
The reading-matter is compressed into two hundred and five small-pica lines, and is lighted up with eight pica headlines.
The point is 1⁄12 of a Pica; Nonpareil would accordingly be called six points.
It was in folio, upon pro patria paper, and in the pica letter, with heavy notes in the smallest type.
At ten o'clock that evening, Ugo rose from his easy-chair, stretched himself, and whistled for Pica as usual.
Pica has been a standard type in many countries for a long time, though it has not always been uniform in size.
So in Vincent—'pica loquax'—'pica garrula,' &c.; and in Pliny, lib.