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The soil was thickly studded with cocoa-nut, papaw, and cotton-wood trees, above which the balloon seemed to disport itself like a bird.
potatoes and plums and guavas and grapes and papaws and limes and
Papaws Pizza has been in business for nearly two years, and last year co-owners James and Nathan Hayes decided to give back during the Thanksgiving holiday by providing a free pizza buffet.
I had never been actually inside the man's house before--only to the side door, to collect figs or papaws from Mrs Linton when she was up to it.
Wheelchairs that use a combination of human power and electric power have been developed recently, such as pushrim-activated power-assist wheelchairs (PAPAWs) [13-14].
Many years ago, I read Euell Gibbons' book, Stalking the Wild Asparagus, and when I got to the chapter on papaws (Gibbons' spelling).
It focuses on mango, watermelon, guava, pineapple, banana, papaws, lemons and limes, manioc and ginger.
According to the Ministry of Agriculture the top seven fruits in Kenya in terms of area and total production are bananas, citrus fruits, mangoes, avocados, passion fruits, pineapples and papaws. Rain fed production is available in a small portion of the country--this leads to low and seasonal production.