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1. It smelt of pears or petrol.
2. And the canned pears do not spoil.
3. Prickly Pears are constantly crabby.
4. Arrange the pears over the bottom.
5. You can have either apples or pears.
6. Drain the pears, reserving the liquid.
7. Arange symmetrically over the cooked pears.

8. Place the pears in a large heavy skillet or.
9. The oxidized pears were discovered by accident.
10. Pears should be cooked through, but still firm.
11. Wrap pears in pastry then coat with beaten egg.
12. The Servant came to the shop and asked for pears.
13. Peel the pears, quarter them and cut the stones out.
14. When Noah built the ark, the animals came on in pears.
15. Sprinkle the apples and pears with a little lemon juice.
16. The pears are a side dish and are prepared as follows:.
17. A master sent his Servant to buy the best-tasting pears.
18. I didn't have enough pears so I mixed added some apples.
19. Pears, apples, cheese, eggs and fish were heaped together.
20. She had a craving to eat one of the pears, but she resisted.
21. And in the evening, eat only apples, pears, grapes or bananas.
22. Bending archly she reckoned again fat pears and blushing peaches.
23. Peel the remaining pears, cut into quarters, and remove the cores.
24. Careful y transfer the pears one at a time to the prepared baking.
25. Pears and apricots go superb in this arrangement, without question.
26. To make filling: Peel 6 of the pears, cut in half, and remove the cores.
27. Increase the heat to medium-low and, without stirring, let the pears begin.
28. A beautiful tall tree stood there, on which hung the most magnificent pears.
29. Prickly Pears are oftentimes the most understood of the anger personalities.
30. She bestowed fat pears neatly, head by tail, and among them ripe shamefaced.
31. You can try plums, figs, grapes, papaya, apples, pears and cherries as well.
32. Place the apples, pears, fennel, raisins and shallots in a large mixing bowl.
33. Mabeuf had succeeded in producing seedling pears as savory as the pears of St.
34. And four pears peeled and cut in half, cooked and canned, still cost fifteen cents.
35. Cook 2 to 3 minutes or until sugar is melted and pears are evenly coated, stirring occasionally.
36. They soon find themselves in an orchard, the trees filled with apples, oranges, lemons and pears.
37. She laid hands on the pears counted out by her father, and piled them in a pyramid mixed with leaves.
38. Conan squatted beside the cactus, cutting off the thick pears and dexterously twitching out the spikes.
39. Alex was obviously the gourmet with delicacies such as braised partridge and champagne pears waiting for him.
40. The table was laid with a cold supper: smok ed fish, soft cheese, new bread, pears and a flagon of Rhenish wine.
41. These nutrients are abundantly present in vegetables and some fruits like apples, pears, kiwis and citrus fruits.
42. There was also fruit, because my brother Nikos had climbed halfway up the cliff to pluck pears from a tree that jutted out.
43. She ended the meal with a can of pears, washing all of it down with lots of powdered milk loaded with strawberry flavoring.
44. It does not arbitrarily switch living pears, and living apples and living oranges from tree-to-tree and expect them to grow.
45. As they reached stations along their route, vendors on their platforms offered apples and pears, sausage, ham, bread and cheese.
46. When he asked her where she imagined ripe pears came from, she looked at him reproachfully and said: The market, silly!.
47. It is abundantly present in apples, pears, cherries, plums and berries as well as in legumes, such as soy, and in the nuts and seeds.
48. In addition, grapes and pears are thought to have some expectorant properties and will work as a home remedy for cough by loosening phlegm.
49. Then, even if your pears and cabbage are safe after application of the chemical, you may be doing harm to the air and soil in your backyard.
50. The roots were risen and twisting, and they wrapped all about the trunk making nooks and pools of withered pears, and little havens for weeds.
51. And it was because of the whole required shower thing; when she got into the shower - her pears had became grapes; it was all over the school by the next day.
52. The sounds of the traders would enthral him with their sharp Dublin accents shouting, selling their wares, apples, oranges, pears and banana’s they would shrike.
53. While he clipped the pears into the branches by their magnetic hooks, he chatted as usual, but not much, because he was working his way along the garden, away from her.
54. Centre stage, overlooking the street sat a huge white ceramic lattice-work basket filled to the brim with plump ceramic fruit - china cherries, apples, pomegranates and pears.
55. Just because pears, apples, and oranges are all fruits that grow on fruit trees does not mean you can switch them around merely because they are roughly, generally similar to each other.
56. On one side were rows and rows of furrowed earth with tufts of green leaves sticking out of them, and on the other, far side stood a large cluster of trees dripping with apples and pears.
57. He did not expect any of them to bear fruit yet but, by July, to his surprise, one precocious sapling had a dozen or so tiny dark-green pears, small as yet and as hard as stones, but promising ripeness in the autumn.
58. Then send Rosecare with them, at the moment she’s charming my flowers to bloom and its getting pretty dazzling up here, now she’s started on the fruit trees and I’ve already bottled a ton of pears and mangoes.
59. Bellingham's shoulder; while its wearer suggested that pears and peaches might yet be naturalized in the New England climate, and that purple grapes might possibly be compelled to nourish, against the sunny garden-wall.
60. He does not hesitate to acquire, by no one knows what mysterious mutual instruction, all the talents which can be of use to the public; from 1815 to 1830, he imitated the cry of the turkey; from 1830 to 1848, he scrawled pears on the walls.
61. But wait: don't let them forget dessert, sweets, pears, water-melons, two or three or four—no, one melon's enough, and chocolate, candy, toffee, fondants; in fact, everything I took to Mokroe before, three hundred roubles' worth with the champagne.
62. And since discussions as to why one man likes pears and another prefers meat do not help toward finding a definition of what is essential in nourishment, so the solution of questions of taste in art (to which the discussions on art involuntarily come), not only does not help to make clear what this particular human activity which we call art really consists in, but renders such elucidation quite impossible, until we rid ourselves of a conception which justifies every kind of art, at the cost of confusing the whole matter.
63. If all potions taste so bad like this that I just took, then, from this moment on, I would call myself the forerunner of the "culinary sorcery", and in this new science that I will found, with the help of God, I will use sweetened fruits, such as strawberries, peaches or pears; and I assure you that sugar will be the compulsory and indispensable ingredient of all my preparations; tons and tons of sugar; tons and tons of this sandy white delicacy which is sugar, and to disguise the odors, tons and tons of scents or edible flowers.
64. What your worship may do, and fairly do, is to change this service and tribute as regards the lady Dulcinea del Toboso for a certain quantity of ave-marias and credos which we will say for your worship's intention, and this is a condition that can be complied with by night as by day, running or resting, in peace or in war; but to imagine that we are going now to return to the flesh-pots of Egypt, I mean to take up our chain and set out for El Toboso, is to imagine that it is now night, though it is not yet ten in the morning, and to ask this of us is like asking pears of the elm tree.
65. If an officious friend had stood in that breathless couple's path and told them in glowing terms how much happier they would be if they lived their life a little more fully and from its other sides, how much more delightful to stride along gaily together in their walks, with wind enough for talk and laughter, how pleasant if the man were muscular and in good condition and the woman brisk and wiry, and that they only had to do as he did and live on cold meat and toast, and drink nothing, to be as blithe as birds, do you think they would have so much as understood him? Cold meat and toast? Instead of what they had just been enjoying so intensely? Miss that soup made of the inner mysteries of geese, those eels stewed in beer, the roast pig with red cabbage, the venison basted with sour cream and served with beans in vinegar and cranberry jam, the piled-up masses of vanilla ice, the pumpernickel and cheese, the apples and pears on the top of that, and the big cups of coffee and cakes on the top of the apples and pears? Really a quick walk over the heather with a wiry wife would hardly make up for the loss of such a dinner; and besides, might not a wiry wife turn out to be a questionable blessing? And so they would pity the nimble friend who wasted his life in taking exercise and missed all its pleasures, and the man of toast and early rising would regard them with profound disgust if simple enough to think himself better than they, and, if he possessed an open mind, would merely return their pity with more of his own; so that, I suppose, everybody would be pleased, for the charm of pitying one's neighbour, though subtle, is undeniable.
66. There were pears and apples,.
67. Leave the skins on fruits and vegetables such as pears, apples, peaches,.

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