Pippin

[comics] Pippin was a UK children`s comic, published by Polystyle Publications between 24.09.1966 and 26.09.1986, featuring characters from British pre-school television programmes. Stories were generally of four or eight numbered panels, with a short sentence below each illustration (similar to Rupert), although some stories did appear in
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Pippin

[musical] Pippin is a musical with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz and a book by Roger O. Hirson. Bob Fosse, who directed the original Broadway production, also contributed to the libretto. The musical uses the premise of a mysterious acting troupe, led by a Leading Player, to tell the story of Pippin, a young prince on his search for
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Pippin

[n] - any of numerous superior eating apples with yellow or greenish yellow skin flushed with red
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Pippin

Pip'pin noun [ Probably from Middle English pippin a seed, as being raised from the seed. See Pip a seed.] (Botany) (a) An apple from a tree raised from the seed and not grafted; a seedling apple. (b) A name given to apples of several different kinds, as Newtown
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pippin

<botany> An apple from a tree raised from the seed and not grafted; a seedling apple. ... A name given to apples of several different kinds, as Newtown pippin, summer pippin, fall pippin, golden pippin. 'We will eat a last year's pippin.' (Shak) Normandy pippins, sun-dried apples for winter use. ... Origin: Probably fr. OE. Pippin a seed, as
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Pippin

noun any of numerous superior eating apples with yellow or greenish yellow skin flushed with red
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Pippin

• (n.) A name given to apples of several different kinds, as Newtown pippin, summer pippin, fall pippin, golden pippin. • (n.) An apple from a tree raised from the seed and not grafted; a seedling apple.
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Pippin

king of Italy (781–810) and second son of the Frankish emperor Charlemagne by Hildegard.[1 related articles]
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Pippin

Pipp In is a French boy name. The meaning of the name is `Name of a king` The name Pipp In doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Pipp In seems to be unique!
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Pippin

Pippin, Peppin, and Pepin (Latin: Pippinus, Pipinus, and Pepinus) are variants of a single Frankish given name. It was the name of several important figures in the Carolingian family that ruled the Frankish Empire in what is now France and the western parts of Germany in the Middle Ages: Pepin/Pippin may also refer to: ...
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Pippin

Pippin was a term originally given to any apple raised from pips and not from grafts. Gradually the term can to be applied to brightly-coloured keeping apples, such as Cox's Orange Pippin.
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Pippin

[disambiguation] This is for military counter-terrorist organizations. A separate category exists for non-military counter-terrorist organizations. ...
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Pippin

[dog] Pippin is the Tibetan Terrier who featured on the children`s television programme Come Outside with Auntie Mabel (Lynda Baron). Come Outside features Autie Mabel who takes Pippin on adventures do discover how things are made, some of the episodes included: A Carton Drink, Apples, Crisps, Carrots, eggs and Pencils. These episodes were
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