Songs about Piquette:

songsBack off (feat. Chris Piquette) by The Home Scene from the Album My Only Crime

songsLa piquette du père Murgeot by Jacques Pena from the Album Anonymat

songsPiquette (feat. Aelpéacha) by Frer 200 from the Album La trilogie

songsPiquette Plant by 400ppm from the Album AVN#011

songsPiquette step by Nisula from the Album Gospel Mafia

songsSurf Drive (feat. Ian Dillon and Chris Piquette) by Like Eating Glass from the Album This Isn't Goodbye


Books about Piquette:

booksPiquette Avenue: sometimes, leaving the past behind leads you right back to where you started.(Ford Motor Co.)... by Christopher A. Sawyer (May 30, 2009)

booksPiquette leads Millers to first victory.(Prep Roundup)(Springfield defeats South Eugene for an MWL hybrid win,... by Unavailable (Mar 2, 2012)

booksPiquette's 24 points push Millers to win.(Prep Roundup): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR) by Unavailable (Mar 2, 2012)

booksColts give reins to Adelman.(Prep Boys Basketball)(The son of the former Trail Blazers coach will replace Doug... by Unavailable (Jun 5, 2014)

booksPiquette le chat boiteux by André Richard (Nov 10, 2009)

booksZinc-ore mining and milling methods, Piquette Mining and Milling Co., Tennyson, Wis. by W. A. Grosh (Jan 1, 1959)

booksNorth weathers storm in OT.(Sports)(An inadvertent elbow leads to the ejection of Thurston coach Doug Piquette... by Gale Reference Team (Jan 26, 2009)


Wiki information Piquette:


Piquette is a French wine term which commonly refers to a vinous beverage produced by adding water to grape pomace but sometimes refers to a very simple wine or a wine substitute.

Ford Piquette Avenue Plant
National Register of Historic Places Location, Structure, Listed Site, Building, Location, Project focus, Manufacturing Plant

The Ford Piquette Avenue Plant is located at 411 Piquette Avenue in Detroit, Michigan, within the Piquette Avenue Industrial Historic District in Milwaukee Junction. It was the second home of Ford Motor Company automobile production. The building was...