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Broom Fell - Ascents
... Western Fells Ard Crags Barf Barrow Broom Fell Castle Crag Catbells Causey Pike Dale Head Eel Crag (Crag Hill) Grasmoor Graystones Grisedale Pike High Spy Hindscarth Hopegill Head Knott ...
Pennsylvania Route 563 - Major Intersections
... Mile km Destinations Notes Montgomery Upper Salford Township 0.0 0.0 PA 63 (Sumneytown Pike) Bucks West Rockhill Township 7.3 11.7 To PA 309 (Lawn Avenue) East Rockhill Township 12.2 19.6 PA 313 east (Dublin ...
Hag Pike
... Hag Pike (68°57′S 66°59′W / 68.950°S 66.983°W / -68.950 -66.983Coordinates 68°57′S 66°59′W / 68.950°S 66.983°W / -68.950 -66.983) is a conspicuous rock column, 710 ... Hag Pike was photographed from the air by the British Graham Land Expedition, 1937, and by the Ronne Antarctic Research Expedition, 1947 ...
Arthur's Pike - Topography
... The descending ridge turns north east at Arthur's Pike, passing over the knoll of White Knott as it falls between Aik Beck and the lake, heading for Pooley Bridge ... To the west of Arthur's Pike the land falls steeply to Swarthbeck ... This stream divides the fell from its twin, Bonscale Pike, before flowing to Ullswater ...
... Laurence Pike is also a member of experimental rock band PVT (Warp), Roam the Hello Clouds and records and tours with Flanger, Savath and Savalas, Jack Ladder, Qua and jazz veteran Mike Nock ... Both Moment Returns and Headlight Serenade were co-produced by Richard Pike of Pivot ... Ben Waples (electric and acoustic bass) Laurence Pike (drums, percussion, programming) ...

More definitions of "pike":

  • (noun): Highly valued northern freshwater fish with lean flesh.
  • (noun): Any of several elongate long-snouted freshwater game and food fishes widely distributed in cooler parts of the northern hemisphere.
  • (noun): A sharp point (as on the end of a spear).
  • (noun): Medieval weapon consisting of a spearhead attached to a long pole or pikestaff; superseded by the bayonet.

Famous quotes containing the word pike:

    Did you ever hear tell of Sweet Betsy from Pike.
    Who crossed the wide mountains with her lover Ike,
    —Unknown. Sweet Betsey from Pike (l. 1–2)

    Death had his grudge against me, and he got up in the way, like an
    armed robber, with a pike in his hand.
    Petrarch (1304–1374)