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pickney - children plural: pickney dem - those/the children
‘Let it be a warning to all school pickney, whether they hail from Cherry Gardens or from Tivarli!’ ‘That must have been drummed into the head of the elderly man's wife when she was a pickney.’
Pickaninny (also picaninny, piccaninny or pickinniny) is, in North American usage, a racial slur which refers to a depiction of a dark-skinned child of African descent. It is a pidgin word form, which may be derived from the Portuguese pequenino (a diminutive version of the word pequeno, "little").In modern sensibility, the term implies a caricature which can be used in a derogatory and racist ...
1. Pickney 0; 0; English Translation . child or children . Example Sentences. Patois: Dem yah nowadays pickney waah fi bi like big people English: These nowadays children want to be like adults Add Media. posted by arhbwoy512 on November 29, 2018 2.
Its very common in divorce agreement that one party will stay in a marital residence, said Christian Pickney, the founder of the Mineola-based matrimonial and family law practice, The Pickney Law Firm.
Pinckney is a village in Putnam Township, Livingston County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 2,141 at the 2000 census. Three miles west of Pinckney, on Patterson Lake Road, is the famous tourist destination of Hell, Michigan.
Charles. 1757–1824, US statesman, who was a leading member of the convention that framed the US Constitution (1787)
Welcome to the Village of Pinckney Website! Pinckney is located in Putnam Township in southern Livingston County. The area was first settled in 1827 by William Kirkland who moved from New York with his family, including wife Caroline who gained fame (and a bit of notoriety) with her writings about the area.
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Pinckney is a village in Putnam Township, Livingston County in the U.S. state of Michigan.The population was 2,427 at the 2010 census.. Among the first American pioneers in the area around Pinckney were William Kirkland and his family, who moved from New York in the late 1820s. Kirkland named the community after his brother, Charles Pinckney Kirkland. Platted in 1837, Pinckney was incorporated ...