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pome

a false fruit, such as an apple, where the main part is developed from the RECEPTACLE and not the OVARY.
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Gritty, lower-depths verisimilitude is vividly sustained throughout "Cook County," writer-director David Pomes' debut feature about a dysfunctional East Texas family tom asunder, and pushed to the brink, by crystal meth dealing and addiction.
But it's really more a case of apples and oranges or, as they say in Dutch, German and Swedish, "comparing apples and pears." In those pear-loving lands, the contrast between the two pome fruits couldn't be more obvious.
We have voted already.' This is their first experience,'' Pomes said.
Arruda LK, Vailes LD, Ferriani VP, Santos AB, Pomes A, Chapman MD.
Regis Pomes and co-worker Ching-Hsing Yu from the Hospital for Sick Children and the University of Toronto, have studied the gramicidin A (gA) protein through molecular dynamics simulations in order to elucidate the chemistry involved in proton transport, gA is a pentadecapeptide that forms a cation-permeable channel in lipid bilayers.
Twenty-four-year-old Steve has known the other three members, Mike Pomes, 23, Leighton Davies, 24, and Chris Raven, 24, for several years.
Jose Pomes Ruiz said, "It is certain that Spain would veto any moves to restructure the EU in this way because it would set a precedent that would intensify the problems in Catalonia and the Basque country."
The group in Barcelona had a stockpile of more than 500lb of dynamite, enough, said the Interior Minister in the Catalan government, Xavier Pomes, to make six car bombs.
Soon Ralph went into the front room, which housed his vast library, and reemerged with a slender volume of "Pomes Penyeach," published in 1927 and printed by Shakespeare and Company, the original publishers of Ulysses.
Joyce, Pomes Pennyeach; Lawrence, Mornings in Mexico
He also wrote two collections of poems, Chamber Music (1907) and Pomes Penyeach (1927), and a play, Exiles.