pear tree

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Synonyms for pear tree

Old World tree having sweet gritty-textured juicy fruit

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The Pear Tree previously won the Winter Pub award in 2010 after Alan took over the Mirfield venue.
We closed Pear Tree Lane as a precautionary measure.
Alice Reynolds, Sussex: Most of the fruit fell off my pear tree but they had grubs inside.
THE links between Cwmgiedd, in the Swansea Valley, and the Czech village of Lidice, which wartime Nazis tried to crush, have been strengthened by the planting of a pear tree.
On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me, a partridge in a pear tree ($207.
Wales' largest cask ale brewery, SA Brain, also use the Pear Tree to put their keg craft beers on so look out for Weiss Weiss Baby and Barry Island IPA on tap.
Expert tip: All pear trees need a pollination partner - another pear tree of a different variety in flower at about the same time.
com/), a large tree nursery in Snohomish, WA, has recently received new arrivals including the Redspire Pear tree and Cleveland Select Pear tree.
Mitzi Ferguson and Melanie Page have joined the ranks of Pear Tree Wealth Management LLC, a Little Rock financial planning and wealth management firm.
You may have hummed the classic Christmas line about a partridge in a pear tree this festive season, but pear trees can be a great gift for all sorts of other wildlife too.
RECENTLY opened on the corner of Wellfield Road in Cardiff, the Pear Tree is the latest addition to Brains' burgeoning portfolio of socalled "cafe bars".
What happens when a boy's ball gets stuck in Grandma's pear tree and nothing seems to work to get it down?
Pear Tree Unlike children in foreign countries who see the Virgin in a field, I saw only a field.