On one side of the glade, where the ground was dry and sandy, there stood a small clump of pitahaya cactus.
You know very well that Kokomo wishes to be chief in place of pitahaya.'
When he shot through pitahaya on his return trip, however, he saw that the car was going at a terrific rate of speed.
They drink wine made of the pitahaya, which is the fruit of a great thistle which opens like the pomegranate.
And hang on they did until they dashed past the little station of pitahaya and after several minutes began to slow down.
Therefore I kept close at his heels as they worked around toward the house of pitahaya, and my neck bristled.
There was also pitahaya, the chief, who was so old that he spent most of the time singing the evil out of his eyes.
Besides corn, they manufacture and sell a syrup extracted from the pitahaya.
The pitahaya and every other variety of cactus flourished in great luxuriance.
Their molasses, put up in large jars, hermetically sealed, is expressed from the fruit of the pitahaya.