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Asian pear

1. a tropical pear tree, esp any of several varieties of Japanese pear Pyrus serotina
2. the fruit of the Japanese pear, which resembles a large yellow apple, has crisp juicy flesh, and is cultivated in Japan, Korea, the US, and New Zealand
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asian pear

Expensive in food stores, great to have growing in your yard.
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