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punkie

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punky

(pŭng′kē)
n. pl. punk·ies
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Punkie, it seems to me, is exactly what is happening in Washington DC, where the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has decided not to define nonhazardous secondary materials recycled by manufacturers for heat recovery as solid waste.
These records included three additional mosquito species, two deerfly species, eight species of small biting gnats commonly called punkies or "no-see-ums," and one sand fly species.
"Pond Punkies" is that unusual creation a science fiction work for middle grade readers.
Few 20th century collectibles have had as huge a success in the popular culture as those small plush toys known as Beanie Babies--as well as Punkies, Pinkys, Girtz, and more!.
"No-see-ums," "punkies," or biting midges are a serious pest of horses.