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Spell check of pear

Correct spelling: pear

elm, quince, birch, mulberry, acacia, larch, Gorham, butternut, linden, locust, ironwood, ackee, pine, cashew, black currant, elder, date, raspberry, bilberry, dogwood, guava, nectarine, almond, melon, Seckel, avocado, sycamore, gum, cantaloupe, banyan, gooseberry, walnut, maple, palm, juniper, blueberry, blackberry, olive, fir, orange, lemon, strawberry, balsa, currant, tangerine, papaya, pear tree, sandalwood, ebony, prune, mountain ash, blood orange, cranberry, grapefruit, yew, passion fruit, alder, redwood, balsam, eucalyptus, magnolia, berry, weeping willow, Bartlett, cassia, spruce, teak, coconut, ash, chestnut, pomegranate, cottonwood, mango, tree, fig, breadfruit, banana, loganberry, cherry, citron, watermelon, sequoia, peach, Anjou, apricot, poplar, Pyrus communis, pecan, casaba melon, raisin, laurel, oak, tamarind, rosewood, grape, aspen, Bosc, hickory, mimosa, mahogany, beech, fruit, pineapple, cypress, mangrove, apple, plum, lime, cedar, willow, tamarack, beefsteak tomato.

Examples of usage:

1) " Catch, Peter Junior," called Betty from the top of the pear tree as he passed down the garden path, and tossed him a pear which he caught, then another and another. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

2) More than ever to- day, with the new touch of little pear- stained fingers on his heart, he wanted to walk off like other men. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

3) You turn up from the squalid shops and public- houses and trams, and the length of a short steep street brings you into a space with well- built houses about it, trees and birds in the middle, and long narrow gardens with apple and plum and pear at the back. - "The Debit Account", Oliver Onions.