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Pepin

[ pep-in ]

noun

  1. Pepin the Short, died a.d. 768, king of the Franks 751–768 (father of Charlemagne).


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It also contains Jacques Pepin illustrations and prints of artwork which to me makes it a very special cookbook.

More than a great cook and blogger muse, Julia Child was a teacher, writes her TV co-host Jacques Pepin.

I was up at Lake Pepin a week before the ice went out, waiting for that three foot ice to go.

Carver, in 1768, places his remains of ancient circumvallations in this vicinity, but "some miles below Lake Pepin."

In the form of translucent fragments, with a highly conchoidal fracture, among the debris of the shores of Lake Pepin.

Before its junction, it is separated into several mouths, from the principal of which the observer can look into Lake Pepin.

A thorough understanding was entered upon between Pepin and the pope.

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