A Slice of Pie
is an acrostic for asop.
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"A Slice of Pie" is a film, directed by Andre Madness.
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by Colin Larkin
A Slice Of Pie (Jasman 2000). , Down In The ...
Encyclopedia of Early Cinema (2005)
by Richard Abel
The elements were fairly constant: the tramp forever plotting to steal a slice of pie or an item of clothing, but regularly frustrated by ferocious dogs and virago cooks, and generally finishing with a beating or a soaking. Tramp films did however ...
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- A Slice Of Pie
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- A slice of pie
with some fresh whipped cream and a little fresh grated nutmeg
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Quotes about A Slice of Pie
That your slice of pie...
Has become dry.
While those standing,
Outside in the pouring rain...
Have not complained at all.
Nor are they aware,
Pie inside is being served.
Their wishes are just to get respect. (Lawrence S. Pertillar)
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