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  • On Mt. Hood there's a section near the summit called The Pearly Gates, and it's a section that most people who climb the south side route pass through.

    CNN Transcript Dec 17, 2006

  • And I called Pearly up, and I told Pearly I’m not going to be able to see her no more.

    Alive In Truth

  • His driver was Fred Gates, an old friend and longtime supporter, whom Hubert called Pearly Gates because he drove with such abandon.

    The Good Fight

  • His driver was Fred Gates, an old friend and longtime supporter, whom Hubert called Pearly Gates because he drove with such abandon.

    The Good Fight

  • His driver was Fred Gates, an old friend and longtime supporter, whom Hubert called Pearly Gates because he drove with such abandon.

    The Good Fight

  • Kosnoff called Pearly Hankins back, now that he had a name and some more information, hoping maybe Pearly could help fill in the blanks.

    The Sins of Brother Curtis

  • Kosnoff called Pearly Hankins back, now that he had a name and some more information, hoping maybe Pearly could help fill in the blanks.

    The Sins of Brother Curtis

  • Sir David was speaking in Huddersfield, where he is directing a pilot for a sitcom called Pearly Gates.

    BBC News - Home

  • LAist favorites, Seattle's most promising talent, folk singer-songwriter Zach Tillman, otherwise known as Pearly Gate Music, or the younger brother of Fleet Foxes drummer J. Tillman, is poised to kick things off.

    LAist

  • Since the beginning, Sammy had the job of taking the best old horses up to a hillside spot called the Pearly Gates when their times came and shooting them in the head.

    VQR

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