Definition of 'pic'
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Few of us look like the airbrushed pics we see of celebrities. The Sun (2016)Go out with friends and send him some pics of you having a good time too. The Sun (2016) See more pics on my website. The Sun (2016)So I know first-hand that you can take a pic of a person at two different angles and make them look either terrific or dreadful. The Sun (2017)Another pic shows her escaping the gales to tie her laces on a stairwell. The Sun (2016)Is it right to tweet your labour pics? The Sun (2014)He may have caused genuine hurt and distress sending that pic. The Sun (2015) See pics of me down the left in all my cool new gear. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Just take a pic of your pack and upload it online The Sun (2015)Just take a pic of your pack and go online. The Sun (2015) See the pics on my website. The Sun (2010) Take that pic on your mobile. The Sun (2016) See more house pics online. The Sun (2008)If you want to see your motor here, send me pics. The Sun (2015)And to prove it, he tweeted a pic from the delivery room. The Sun (2014)But look at him now - my exclusive pic shows him in fine fettle. The Sun (2009)The massive bag of takeaway he was carrying before this pic was taken didn't help. The Sun (2015)The unnamed woman is also said to have shared police information in texts to pals and a pic of a crime victim with derogatory comments. The Sun (2015)They tweeted this pic along with the message: 'The blondes! The Sun (2013)Thanks to the staff at Redeemer Presbyterian for taking and sending me these pics. Christianity Today (2000)It's not light and fluffy enough to be a rom-com or tough enough to be a crime pic. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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