- From the story The Adventures of Pinocchio (Le avventure di Pinocchio, 1881) by Italian author Carlo Collodi; most likely constructed from Italian pino ‘pine’ and occhio ‘eye’ (Wiktionary)
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“Pinocchio is hell on vampires (and crickets, of course)”
“Geoffrey Brock, who translated our edition of Pinocchio, is reading from his new book of poetry, Weighing Light this Saturday at the Barnes and Noble in Fayetteville, Arkansas.”
“The Adventures of Pinocchio is the story of a wooden marionette whose greatest ambition is to become a real boy.”
“It says, “Preston Blair, Cartoon Director … Associated with the Disney Organization, he animated in Pinocchio, Bambi, and Fantasia …”.”
“The little wooden head president Pinocchio is a liar and an enemy of the America people, especially the ones who died in Iraq and the ones who have not recovered from Katrina.”
“For him, and those who know the real version, The Adventures of Pinocchio is not an amusing, light-hearted fantasy, but a serious fable about art and life.”
“MARQUEZ: Fournier described a permissive and sometimes wild scene, a place she sometimes called Pinocchio's pleasure island.”
“Without another word Pinocchio took the candle in his hand, and, going in front to light the way, he said to his father:”
“EAT: Pitch up at Bar Pinotxo -- that's "Pinocchio" -- for fried squid or heavenly honeyed cod ($5; 66-67 Mercat de la Boqueria).”
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