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  • I love the horror mixed with slight incredulity on Mrs. Pear's face -- she just can't believe her eyes.

    That fruit is a big pervert!

  • She heard Pear's exasperated sigh on the other end of the line.

    The Ninja

  • There was no hurt in Pear's voice, no hint of recrimination.

    The Ninja

  • EDISON, Thomas, an American who invented everything with the exception of the sun dial, Pear's soap, and the Gillette razor.

    Who Was Who: 5000 B.C. to Date: Biographical Dictionary of the Famous and Those Who Wanted to Be.

  • To know whether you are enjoying a piece of music or not you must see whether you find yourself looking at the advertisements of Pear's soap at the end of the programme.

    The Note-Books of Samuel Butler

  • Three days after Pear's story, Mathew Staver, chairman of Liberty University's

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  • I wonder if she would have been smiling if she had been in Daniel Pear's place?

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  • Joie de vivre connects Tabard's 'Sabrina Fair' and Pear's 'Approaching Zanzibar.'

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  • In Pear's article, for instance, AARP's David Certner says, "Most seniors have never been through a year in which there was no Social Security COLA."

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  • Pear's article, and public reaction to COLAs in general, reflects a mistaken view that inflation adjustments for Social Security benefits are a "raise" - the higher the COLA, the happier people seem to be.

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