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- n. Archaic spelling of pie (the pastry food).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See 2d pie (b).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See pie, pie, etc.
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From what I recall of Gardner's model, it is a circular diagram, like a pye chart, equally divided into various intelligences such as mathematical intelligence, linguistic intelligence, kinaesthetic intelligence, interpersonal intelligence, intrapersonal intelligence, musical intelligence and so. on.
The Dutchman has a penchant for grasses, the lowly joe pye weed and massive wobbly-shaped hedges.
Betty and Neal Sanders have planted tough perennials such as Joe-pye weed and creeping junipers in the strip between the sidewalk and the street.
Or maibe it is sum kind of meet pye? n-e-hoo, it looks nommylicious!
These were the same elites who looked down on and spurned the impoverished peasants, fisherman, and slum dwellers; who referred to them as ignorant and uncivilized, as subhuman, who called them dan wouj (red teeth) and pye pete
I put in purple coneflower, purple milkweed for the monarch butterflies, joe pye weed, coreopsis, new jersey tea, prairie dropseed, black eyed susans, cream false indigo, blue false indigo, and a few things I have no idea what they are but they are assuredly native flowering plants.
There is a tall perennial rudbeckia that self sows all over that we have planted near every little ephemeral and some joe pye weed too.
We hassa localshop called UK Gormet and dey has de real Bangers and Wenslydale cheese and Jammy Dodgers and inna freezer dey haz de Snake an kidley pye nad Haggis!
Mai huzbin maiks teh crawfishee pye OMG adn teh A 2 Fay 2 dye fr.
Still flabbergasted that she'd burned the diligrout and lost the birds for the uzzle-pye, she ignored the kerfuffle outside.