Piko has several meanings. In Japan it is a type of hammer that is a toy. It is often called a noise maker that relieves stress. It was also a German company that made models for railways. Piko is also known as the game of hopscotch.
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Navel; upper surface of a leaf blade at the point of junction with the petiole.
Piko. hopscotch. The players stand behind the edge of a box, and each should throw their. cue ball. The first to play is determined depending on the players' agreement (e.g. nearest
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Philippine indigenous games are games usually played by children, usually using native resources or tools. Examples of sports are Patintero, Tumbang, Preso, Piko ...
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