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pyknic

 [pik´nik]
having a short, thick, stocky build.

pyk·nic

(pik'nik),
Denoting a constitutional body type characterized by well-rounded external contours and ample body cavities; virtually synonymous with endomorphic.
[G. pyknos, thick]

pyk·nic

(pik'nik)
Denoting a constitutional body type characterized by well-rounded external contours and ample body cavities; virtually synonymous with endomorphic.
[G. pyknos, thick]

pyk·nic

(pik'nik)
Denoting a constitutional body type characterized by well-rounded external contours and ample body cavities; virtually synonymous with endomorphic.
[G. pyknos, thick]
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"Besides our friendship, the partnership was only natural," says Stephen Thompson, 26, a DeSales University '09 (Center Valley, PA) graduate, "Roble embodies Pyknic's "young and hungry" beliefs.
Pyknic has also been featured in “The Source” Magazine and was named to Bloomberg Businessweek's America's Best Young Entrepreneurs 2010.
In a market crowded with hardware, food product, aprons, and chef wear, our Pyknic garments are a unique gift."
Pyknic's premium t-shirts are illustrated with food concepts in mind, retailing between $20-$22 on their website (www.pyknic.com).
Pyknic's premium t-shirts are illustrated with food concepts in mind, retailing for about $20 on their website (http://www.pyknic.com).
DeSales University '09 graduates, Stephen Thompson, 24, of Robbinsville, NJ and Andrew Marshall, 25, of Vestal, NY, started Pyknic while juggling college educations and commitments to the University's men's soccer team in 2006.
I think the food truck is a fun and unique way to get our brand to market all over the Eastern Seaboard that is true to the Pyknic lifestyle," says Stephen Thompson.
Pyknic's premium t-shirts are illustrated with food concepts in mind, retailing for about $28 on their website (http://www.pyknic.com).