pique


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Synonyms for pique

Synonyms for pique

Synonyms for pique

tightly woven fabric with raised cords

a sudden outburst of anger

cause to feel resentment or indignation

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Pique named Stones alongside himself and Sergio Ramos in his world XI.
Speaking about the future of English defenders, Pique said: "Rio Ferdinand and John Terry were the two main central defenders in England.
gerard's fit of pique The Barca star is happy to take on the Spain fans who boo him Right: Clash with Ronaldo
Pique was disgusted at the lack of action from Collum and his assistants and in full view of TV cameras yelped: "Six refs and you still can't see it?
Pique said: "We are in fine form and winning a lot of games.
Spaniard Pique, who was scouted by Sir Alex Ferguson in 2004, is also courting interest from United's title rivals Chelsea.
In addition, Shakira also wants Pique to join her close friend Cesc Fabregas at Stamford Bridge.
However, the bookmakers - who go 5-1 or shorter about Pique Sous - are reacting to the horse's Queen Alexandra win at Royal Ascot, which increased his Flat rating to 105.
However, the 'Waka Waka' hitmaker added that if she did change her mind about marriage, Pique, who she starting dating in 2010, would be the one she'll walk down the aisle for.
I hope for many successes, as many as we have in these last years," Pique, a key member of Spain's World Cup squad, said in a statement released by Barcelona.
A source told 7DAYS that Pique is staying at the Jumeirah Zabeel Saray hotel on the Palm - and had been spotted arriving at the private entrance of the ultra-swish Royal Residences villas there.
An uncharacteristically poor Barca display at the San Siro three weeks ago has left their European hopes dangling by a thread, but Pique insisted his confidence was high ahead of tonight's second leg at the Nou Camp.
The "Hips Don't Lie" singer and her boyfriend, the Spanish soccer player Gerard Pique, named the six-pound, six-ounce (three kilograms) boy Milan.
Despite Gerard Pique going off injured after 12 minutes and deepening a defensive injury crisis ahead of October 7's match against Real Madrid, Vilanova said he remained calm.
JOHN O'SHEA believes Gerard Pique could be Spain's ace in the pack at Euro 2012.