How to spell PEICS correctly?

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  • pecos M'pa, he started him a spread down Pecos way.
  • pecs I've got some massive pecs!
  • pic You would like, the abbess went on, to dance, night after night, and to make pic-nic parties to the cacao walks, and to the shore.
  • piece "You might let me help," she cried, firmly grasping a side piece with both hands.
  • specs Your hair was black then, Robert, and you looked taller, for you hadn't a stoop, and your face was very smooth, and so was mine, and I remember I had on a white dress with a broad ribbon around the waist, and neither of us wore specs.
  • Piers Sir Nicholas had at first intended him to go down at once and take charge of the estate; but Piers was very competent, and so his father consented that he should remain in London until the beginning of October; and this too better suited Mr. Norris' plans who wished to send Isabel off about the same time to Northampton.
  • Pigs Pigs in this country are cooked when they are quite tiny, and a leg is only sufficient for one person's meal.
  • epics You wrote epics and lyrics-ay, as you to-day write lyrics, Dane Kempton.
  • picks She reads her husband's history books, in order to give him an agreeable surprise when he comes back, and the knowledge she picks up is money in her pocket, because she can pour out floods of information upon inquiring tourists.
  • pieces An' when it come time for us women to lay the set pieces on, I see Elspie an' Eb walkin' off toward the top o' the cemetery hill.
  • peaks He leaned forward eagerly and stared at one of the rocky peaks.
  • pecks Mr. Irvine, the storekeeper, told me there was a difference made when the lispunds and half-lispunds and pecks were summed up.
  • peeks
  • PCS The new PCS system is excellent.
  • PICS I have lots of pictures.
  • PEGS Pegs help children learn to catch and hold objects.
  • PIS Pisces is a sign associated with water and the ocean.
  • PARCS The Parcs National Park is an amazing place to explore.
  • PIES

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