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Meanings and phrases
- somewhat ill or prone to illness; ailing; indisposed; poorly; sickly; unwell; under the weather; seedy
- having or rising to a peak
- a cap with a flat circular top and a visor; kepi; service cap; yachting cap
- For officers, a soft peaked cap was introduced.
- The headdress was a blue peaked cap with white lancer style quartering.
- The peaked cap of the M/23 uniform was retained, with more ornaments and renamed M/52.
- The second single, "Boots On", peaked at number 2.
- The EP peaked at number 2 on the Gaon Album Chart.
- It peaked at number 9 on the Spanish Albums Chart.
- In its fifth week, the song peaked at number five.
- The song peaked at number 40 on the UK Indie chart.
- The song peaked at 38 on the Irish Singles Chart.
- The album peaked at #32 on the US "Billboard" 200.
- The album peaked at number 34 on the ARIA Charts.
- The album peaked at number 33 on the ARIA Charts.
- The single peaked at #6 on the UK Singles Chart.
- The single peaked at #2 and sold 48,577 copies.
- The single peaked at #22 at the Swedish singles chart.
- In Canada, the album debuted and peaked at number 15.
- It debuted and peaked at number two in the UK.
- It debuted and peaked at number 30 on the UK Singles Chart
- The song peaked within top 40 of several Latin charts.
- It also peaked within the top 10 in Ireland.
- It also peaked within the Rock, Hard Rock, and Digital Albums Charts.
- In 2005, the Uniting Nations' version peaked at No.
- In the United States, French's version peaked at No.
- 13 while Elliman's version peaked at No.
- Burketown's population peaked at 265 in 1911.
- The population peaked just short of 40,000 around the beginning of the 1930s.
- The gold rush population peaked at almost 60,000, mostly male diggers, by 1858.
- It spent four weeks on the chart and peaked at 57.
- "Smalltown Boy" reached 48 in the U.S. chart and peaked at 7 in Australia.
- Their version spent three weeks in the chart and peaked at #45 on August 1, 1967.
- The track peaked on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs at number 66.
- Its title track peaked at number four on the "Billboard" Hot 100.
- In the United States, the track peaked at number 13 on the "Billboard" Hot 100.
- It eventually peaked at number-one on the UK Singles Chart.
- The single eventually peaked at No.
- The song was released on April 21, 2006, and eventually peaked at Number 4.
- The song also peaked at 21 in the UK Singles Chart.
- The song also peaked at number 13 in Ireland.
- 1 country hit in October 1967; the song also peaked at No.
- The EP peaked to number 1 on the Irish Albums Chart.
- The song peaked to number 87 on the UK Singles Chart.
- The song peaked to number 68 on the UK Singles Chart.
- The song has peaked at number 7 on the French Singles Chart.
- The song has peaked to number 95 on the German Singles Chart.
- The song has peaked to number 19 on the Austrian Singles Chart.
- The album was then released on the set date, and a week later peaked at No.
- It debuted on the ARIA Singles Chart at number seven and later peaked at number five.
- The song debuted at number 40 and later peaked at number 33 on the Hot Country Songs chart.
- The production peaked during the 1940s and early 1950s.
- The expansion of the Zapotec empire peaked during the Monte Alban 2 phase.
- Conflict between settlers and local indigenous people peaked during 1868–69.
- "Rush" has sold 20,090 downloads and peaked at no.
- Three weeks after entering the chart, it peaked at no.
- This was also released as a single, which peaked at no.
- The singles peaked at numbers 4 and 2 respectively on the UK singles chart.
- It peaked at numbers eight and 71 on the US "Billboard" Top Heatseekers and Alternative Albums record charts.
- In Australia and New Zealand, the song peaked at numbers four and five respectively and received gold certifications.