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Pears

Sir Peter. 1910--86, British tenor, associated esp with the works of Benjamin Britten
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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.
Pinocchio ate one pear in a twinkling and started to throw the core away, but Geppetto held his arm.
The Pear Garden was a college of music founded by Ming Huang for the purpose of training the youth of both sexes.
Even should he elude his pursuers, days must elapse before he could reach this post, during which he must traverse immense prairies destitute of shade, his naked body exposed to the burning heat of the sun by day, and the dews and chills of the night season, and his feet lacerated by the thorns of the prickly pear.
Slavin and Reiland, pears were found to be a source of fructose, sorbitol and dietary fiber.
5 PEARS are easily digested and pureed pear is often the first fruit fed to young infants.
Across all regions, pears account for roughly 1% of total produce sales.
Sue Boden, via email Hi Sue, As pears flower and fruit earlier than apples, they are more susceptible to late frost, so this may be what happened.
Assemble the salad by splitting the spinach leaves between four small plates and topping with the caramelised pear slices and crumbled cheese.
The top three varieties in terms of production remain the same as in previous years; Green Anjou pears are anticipated to make up 53 percent of the total 2014 crop, and Bartlett and Bosc pears are expected to yield 22 percent and 15 percent respectively.