Peeled apples or pears may be used for the same purpose.
"A Plain Cookery Book for the Working Classes" by Charles Elmé Francatelli
Men and animals are sometimes saved from death by chewing the pulp of the prickly-pear or other cactuses.
"The Western United States" by Harold Wellman Fairbanks
Beside this trail, behind a clump of prickly pear, the Ranger sat down and waited.
"Oh, You Tex!" by William Macleod Raine
Johnson, writing in 1634, said that all then in New England could have apple, pear, and quince tarts instead of pumpkin-pies.
"Home Life in Colonial Days" by Alice Morse Earle
How'll your old horse feel if he eats the other half of that pear tree?
"Fair Harbor" by Joseph Crosby Lincoln
The pear, though cultivated in classical times, appears, from Pliny's description, to have been a fruit of very inferior quality.
"On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection" by Charles Darwin
The pear-shaped man didn't have arms either, Dewforth noticed.
"In the Control Tower" by Will Mohler
The rest of us employed our time in collecting the prickly-pear for fortifying our post, as David had proposed.
"In the Wilds of Africa" by W.H.G. Kingston
One of these, the species of cactus known as the prickly pear, the Queenslander has pretty nearly all to himself.
"Wealth of the World's Waste Places and Oceania" by Jewett Castello Gilson
He compares her size to that of a pear-tree, her lips to two blushing rose-buds, and her womanly form to that of a dove.
"Searchlights on Health: Light on Dark Corners" by B.G. Jefferis
He was a stalwart knight, and strong;
Of giant make he 'pear'd to be:
He stirr'd his horse, as he were wode,
Wi' gilded spurs, of faushion free.
"Thomas the Rhymer" by Sir Walter Scott
Golden in hue, and rosy and blue,
And white as blossom of pears,
Her sheep they did run in the trail of the sun,
As she had been running in theirs!
"Little Bo-Peep" by George MacDonald
The food was scant, the fruits were few
A red-streak glistening here and there;
Perchance in statelier precincts grew
Some stern old Puritanic pear.
"The New Eden" by Oliver Wendell Holmes
Ae nicht whan the win' gaed ravin aboot,
And the winnocks war speckled wi' faem,
Frae room to room she strayt in and oot,
And she spied her pearly kaim.
"The Mermaid" by George MacDonald
Why dost thou shed those tears that flow
Down thy sad cheeks with pearly glow '
Thou’lt break thy heart with sobbing so,--
Whom wilt thou have to sing oror?
"Cradle Song (2)" by Raphael Patkanian
Where the wise snailfish move their pearly towers
To carven rocks and sculptured promont'ries,"
Hearing you whisper, "Lands
Where blaze the unimaginable flowers."
"Brumana" by James Elroy Flecker
A famous pear tree planted in the mid-1600's by Peter Stuyvesant, the Dutch governor of New Amsterdam, at what is now the northeast corner of Third Avenue and 13th Street, died a very New York death.
A Junko in Pear Tree .
And a Chicken in the Pear Tree.
Two turtledoves & a squirrel in a pear tree.
Pear Tree Greetings – Mankato, Minn.
Pear Tree Greetings creates personalized cards, invitations, and stationary for Halloween.
Pear Tree in our yard.
A Junko in Pear Tree.
Seattle indie-rock outfit Pearly Gate Music debuts some tracks live on KEXP's Audioasis.
Restoring Teeth to Pearly -White.
The October 29 snowstorm took its toll on many trees in the Lehigh Valley, but none were harder hit than the Bradford pears.
While pears are cooking, toast almonds.
When pears are cooking, toast almonds.
Reduce the heat to simmer and poach the pears, uncovered, turning them occasionally with a wooden spoon so that they cook evenly.
Using tongs, gently lower the pears into the liquid.
In simulations, the ﬂexoelectric coeﬃcients of pear-shaped GayBerne ellipsoid/Lennard-Jones sphere molecules have been measured directly using expressions involving the direct correlation function31 .
Dipolar interactions, molecular flexibility, and flexoelectricity in bent-core liquid crystals
So it ap pears that several physical mechanisms exist (heat conduction and/or mixing, early wind, jets) which all may contribute to the X-ray emission, as pointed out by Soker & Kastner (2003).
The evolution of planetary nebulae. V. The diffuse X-ray emission
In Paskowitz and Scheeres (2006) the authors included the J3 (the “pear shape” of the central body) Europa’s effect in their system.
Frozen Orbits at high eccentricity and inclination: Application to Mercury orbiter
TIME-VARYING BLOCK-ALL (SOME): Bad addresses may change over time : new sources may send malicious trafﬁc and conversely, previously active sources may disap pear (e.g., when their vulnerabilities are patched).
Optimal Source-Based Filtering of Malicious Traffic
Let us call so(f) the set of existentially quantiﬁed function symbols that ap pear in f.
Hierarchies in Dependence Logic