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PEARPHP Extension and Application Repository
PEARPrinceton Engineering Anomalies Research
PEARParents for Ethical Adoption Reform
PEARPreliminary Environmental Assessment Report
PEARPHP Extension Add-On Repository
PEARPalatlakaha Environmental & Agricultural Reserve
PEARProcess Effectiveness Assessment Report (business auditing)
PEARProtected Email Attachment Repository (University of Illinois)
PEARProject Expenditure Authorization Request
PEARProgram of Expanded Assistance to Returns (UNICEF)
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Geppetto, who had understood nothing of all that jumbled talk, except that the Marionette was hungry, felt sorry for him, and pulling three pears out of his pocket, offered them to him, saying:
"These three pears were for my breakfast, but I give them to you gladly.
"You may be right," answered Pinocchio, "but I will not eat the pears if they are not peeled.
And good old Geppetto took out a knife, peeled the three pears, and put the skins in a row on the table.
Pinocchio had eaten the three pears, or rather devoured them.
Van Mons, in his treatise on pears and apples, shows how utterly he disbelieves that the several sorts, for instance a Ribston-pippin or Codlin-apple, could ever have proceeded from the seeds of the same tree.
It was a joke of a compact and portable nature, turning on the difference between Eton pears and Parliamentary pairs; but it was a joke, a refined relish of which would seem to have appeared to Lord Decimus impossible to be had without a thorough and intimate acquaintance with the tree.
Again coached up by Ferdinand to the point of making himself popular, he shook hands in the most brilliant manner with the whole company, and even said to Bar, 'I hope you were not bored by my pears?' To which Bar retorted, 'Eton, my lord, or Parliamentary?' neatly showing that he had mastered the joke, and delicately insinuating that he could never forget it while his life remained.
In the bright morning sunshine, as they ate of the strawberries and sweet juicy pears, Dorothy said:
Well, I'm mighty glad to hear ye all and see ye all once more, 'cause I don't know when I'll be gone to glory; but I've done got ready, chil'en; 'pears like I'd got my little bundle all tied up, and my bonnet on, jest a waitin' for the stage to come along and take me home; sometimes, in the night, I think I hear the wheels a rattlin', and I'm lookin' out all the time; now, you jest be ready too, for I tell ye all, chil'en," she said striking her staff hard on the floor, "dat ar glory is a mighty thing!
"Yer don't seem to feel much pleased with it, 'pears to me," said the trader.
Release date- 20082019 - Wicklow-based food company The Happy Pear is to open a new cafe in Terminal 1 at Dublin Airport.