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Peck

An obsolete Scottish unit of dry volume. For beans, grass seed, peas, rye, salt, and wheat, one peck was approximately equivalent to 9.072 liters. For barley, malt, and oats, however, it was approximately equivalent to 13.229 liters.
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Former Oscar winner Peck, whose grandmother was from the Co Kerry town, died in 2003, aged 87.
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Galef, also at McMaster, used a confrontation in which males peck at each other through a clear partition.
GREGORY Peck embodied saintly fatherhood in To Kill a Mockingbird and played a range of real- life figures from Abraham Lincoln to Josef Mengele.