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OUR PLAN TO PRESERVE THE PIE PREDOMINANCE OF THE UNITED STATES CANNOT BE HALF-BAKED
Su predileccion por los pies se puede constatar en muchas de las estaciones de su escritura, pero sobre todo en el titulo de uno de sus mejores libros: Los dias descalzos (que incluye un famoso poema sobre futbol).
EXPERIMENT 2: COGNITIVE ENGINEERING AND EVALUATION OF THE ALIGNED PIE GRAPH
You''ve teamed up with McDougalls UpperCrust Pies for your current UK tour.
Taz Aspro, Dorothy's chip shop owner, said: "The mince beef-and-onion pie is already one of my best-selling pies so I am really excited that Peter's has created another version of its classic favourite.
Today, Pi Day (officially March 14) will be celebrated with Table Talk Pies in classrooms across the region.
Se los encuentra en personas de todas las edades, inclusive en los bebes, que nacen siempre con los pies planos, pues suelen tener una especie de almohadillas de tejido adiposo (graso) en la planta y en la parte anterior del talon, las cuales rellenan la boveda plantar y dan al pie el aspecto plano.
If both sides' pies sell out, the first to do so wins--under the 'golden pie rule'.
Pies entered into the competition must be bought within a 30-mile radius of the village.
Available this pie season, new Chef Pierre[R] Layer Pies and Fruit de la Cream[TM] pies are innovative, unique offerings that add excitement to any dessert menu.
Before she knew it, she had customers from the local video store and was making pies for the restaurants in three local motels owned by her father.
A freshly-baked batch of the city's finest pies were dispatched to Dundee-born Jeremy Lee - chef at Sir Terence Conran's Blue Print Cafe.