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  • proper n. Short for Winnie the Pooh.

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  • Did you ever read The Pooh Perplex in which Winnie the Pooh is analysed according to different styles of criticism?

    The Grumpy Critic « Tales from the Reading Room

  • Alvin "Pooh" Williamson finished the season as the interim coach, and, while he couldn't avoid a ninth-place finish in the WAC, he did pick up endorsements from his players, including standout senior Jarius Glenn.

    USATODAY.com - Notes, Quotes

  • I was guided through the Ancient Mysteries in Pooh and the Magicians, and versed in psychology in Pooh and the Psychologists, before returning to the simplicity of Winnie-the-Pooh and The House at Pooh Corner.

    Friendly with Bears « Write Anything

  • And now, 80 years after he first appeared on the bookshelves, and over 50 years after his creator died, Winnie-the-Pooh is returning in a brand new adventure, Return to the Hundred Acre Wood.

    Friendly with Bears « Write Anything

  • Winnie-the-Pooh is back in court, but not on burglary and public nudity charges (would somebody get that pervert some pants?)

    News bits

  • Pooh is classic; Pooh has a certain quality about him.

    April 2007

  • It tickles and it charms, but the world of Pooh is less a halcyon vision of childhood than a scale model -- stuffed animals that bubble into a fitful sentience in the mind of one very closely and cleverly observed little boy.

    Archive 2004-12-01

  • My Grandfather Stuart was a professor and two of his sons, my father's brothers, are hoity-toity PhD's we call Pooh-Pooh and Pro.

    Male Wanted

  • The Tao of Pooh is one of the rare books I’d recommend to everyone; it’s easily approachable and understandable, even without prior knowledge of Eastern philosophies, yet it still manages to offer a lot to the reader.

    Books for the New Year « Inane Bits

  • (You can tell it's the Disney Tigger because Pooh is smiling about a 500-pound MALE TIGER on his abdomen.

    guess I better get on that then...

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