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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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Expensive in food stores, great to have growing in your yard.
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Nous accueillons avec plaisir Jenn Foote et Jim Papple en tant que nouveaux membres du comite consultatif de la Revue TESL Canada.
For the boys there were impressive swims from Jacob Elwell, who achieved a gold medal in the 200m freestyle and silver in the 200m IM, with Jacob Papple bagging silver medal in the 400m IM, Arthur Llewellyn bronze in the 200m IM and Aidan Brown silver in the 100m butterfly.
Mayor Eddy and Randy Papple, Brant County Ambulance Operations Duty Manager, presented Jason Brinson with a certificate in recognition of him receiving the 2012 Joan Harvey Award from the Red Cross for significant volunteer contributions as an emergency services instructor.
A total of 25 11-year-olds at St Francis School, Whinney Banks, Middlesbrough, were presented with them by course organiser, fireman Ian Papple, of Cleveland Fire Brigade, in July 1988.
Marie Papple won the Show Chairperson's Trophy for the most points accumulated by a first-time exhibitor.
Jacob Papple, eight: "I like the playground because the play equipment is really fun.
Papple explained that in June 2011 an ambulance was not available on average for seven periods throughout the day, averaging a total of three hours per day.
Jacob Papple was victorious in the under 27kg category and earned his place at the top of the podium after an impressive display.
Randy Papple, Duty Manager of Ambulance Services, made $102,622 in salary and $634 in taxable benefits;
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Charlie Kett won gold in the under 34kg category, Jacob Papple won silver in the under 27 kg, Liam Doody returned with silver in the under 50kg, Ben Eastwood won bronze in the under 27kg and Daniel Greenwood picked up a bronze medal in the under 42kg.
Ambulance services manager Charles Longeway made $120,760 and duty manager Randy Papple earned $101,518.