Pie


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Pie

A Spanish measure of length approximately equivalent to 23.86 centimeters, or just under 11 inches. It is largely obsolete.
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A REMINDER: HAVE YOU INCLUDED MANDATORY MENTION OF THE DELICIOUSNESS OF PIE IN YOUR AMBASSADOR'S TALKING POINTS?
Hasta aqui, lector, he estado hablando de una entelequia: el pie no existe, tratandose de pies el numero minimo es el dos: los pies son los gemelos mas perfectos.
The pies were divided into three segments of varying sizes, which were labeled A, B, and C on half of the trials and labeled with state names on the other trials.
Alexander Armstrong: "As the youngest of three children I've always loved pies because they often come in an individual serving and that means you don't have to share.
Peter's sells one million pies every year and supplies the Millennium Stadium where it is not unusual for 10,000 pies to be sold on a big match-day.
They sold fresh-baked pies from horse-drawn carts in the streets of Worcester.
Si una persona gasta la parte interior de las suelas de sus zapatos, es muy probable que tenga los pies planos.
The contest is held in memory of the club's late stocktaker Peter George, as it was his discussion in the club a few years ago that Petch's make the best pies which inspired the competition.
Layer Pies feature multiple layers of palate-pleasing texture and taste to entice customers to come back for more.
But baking 50 pies seems like a lot for one person.
And Jeremy is spreading the word by putting Wallace Pies on the menu at the posh eaterie near Tower Bridge.
Three-day eBay auctions of specialty pink pies part of month-long breast cancer fundraiser