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And how long did it take the Attsur scholar after he took the bird home, fed it dates and schnitzel from his own lips, to translate the precious words for "mama" and "wine," "kitty" and "bye-bye," and when the rapture comes again tomorrow and we finally vanish as predicted what bird will speak for us if not our monkish parakeet souring in the oak above us like a cheap piece of pie that calls out "hungry, hungry, hungry"?
If you're planning to snag a piece of pie from one of the hundreds of pies baked for the Apple Pie Cafe on Saturday at Trinity Church, be sure to get there before 1 p.
9781598845228 Personalized reading; it's a piece of PIE.
Then that little piece of pie the BCS committee fed the non-BCSers a few years back to keep them from hiring lawyers and whispering “antitrust” too loudly may not be good enough anymore.
We take as many volunteers as we can so folks can sit down and drink a cup of coffee and eat a piece of pie with someone while they eat their dinner.
My piece of pie was huge - it would have done Desperate Dan proud.
Senator Obama is more interested in controlling who gets your piece of pie than he is in growing the pie," McCain said.
For example, if the card said 1/2 the player would go to the fraction pile and find a 1/2 piece of pie.