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Sweet Pea
   belongs to the genus   
Lathyrus
Frenchman’s Delight
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Pea Soup
This probably should have been referred to by diner linguists as "Québecois delight".
Pea
   is   
A Pitched Ball Thrown at High Speed
Hans Christian Andersen
   wrote   
The Princess and the Pea
A young girl proves she is a real princess by feeling a pea through a pile of mattresses. First published 1835. Also known as The Real Princess.
April
   has   
Sweet Pea
Pea
   has a variety named   
Snap
Pea
   has a variety named   
Snow
Pea
   has a variety named   
Green Arrow
Pea
   has a variety named   
Maestro
Pea
   has a variety named   
Patriot
Pea
   has a variety named   
Alderman
Pea
   has a variety named   
Lincoln
1835
   was the first publication of   
The Princess and the Pea
1853
   was the first publication of   
The Pea Blossom
Sweet Pea
   has the meaning   
Delicate Pleasures
Sweet Pea
   has the meaning   
A Meeting
Sweet Pea
   has the meaning   
Departure
Pisiform
   is shaped like a   
Pea
Black-eyed Pea
   belongs to the family   
Fabaceae
Leguminosae outside the US. Vigna unguiculata
Sweet Pea
   belongs to the family   
Fabaceae
Lathyrus odoratus
Black-eyed Pea
   belongs to the family   
Leguminosae
Fabaceae in the US. Vigna unguiculata
Sweet Pea
   belongs to the family   
Leguminosae
Fabaceae in the US. Lathyrus odoratus
The Princess and the Pea
   was written by   
Hans Christian Andersen
1835
Pea Island
   is located in   
North Carolina
Est. 1938, protects a stretch of Outer Banks coastal barrier island habitat
Sweet Pea
   is   

Rosary Pea
   has the Latin name   
Abrus Precatorious
Pea Soup With Large Frankfurter
   comes from   
Germany
Also: Sauerbraten, beer, Spätzle, Klöße, Currywurst, Sauerkraut, Bratwurst, Dampfnudel, Brezel, Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte & Maultaschen
Pea Soup With Pancakes
   comes from   
Sweden
Also: Herring, saffranspankaka, Köttbullar & Smörgåsbord
One Hot Minute
   features   
Pea
1995
Flame Pea
   has the latin name   
Chorize Cordatum
Family name: Fabaceae
Pea
   was performed by   
Red Hot Chili Peppers
South Australia
   has the Emblem of the   
Sturt's Desert Pea
Floral emblem
William Shakespeare
   wrote   
King Lear
William Shakespeare
   wrote   
Julius Caesar
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   internet domain is used by   
European Union
William Shakespeare
   wrote   
Hamlet
William Shakespeare
   wrote   
Henry IV, Part I & II
Come Again
   means   
Please Repeat
"What did you say? Come again."
William Shakespeare
   wrote   
Romeo and Juliet
Threepeat
   is a combination of   
Three and Repeat
Gwyneth Paltrow
   won the Golden Globe for   
Shakespeare in Love
Best Actress - Musical or Comedy, 1998
Pearl
   in Filipino is   
Perlas
Peace
   is an antonym of   
War
William Shakespeare
   wrote   
Henry V
Appear
   is an antonym of   
Disappear
William Shakespeare
   wrote   
Macbeth
William Shakespeare
   wrote   
Othello
William Shakespeare
   wrote   
Henry VI, Part I, II & III
Captain Jack Sparrow
   was played by Johnny Depp in   
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)
Nominated Golden Globe Award for Best Actor
William Shakespeare
   wrote   
A Midsummer Night's Dream






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