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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

The allusion is to a game of cards called one-and-thirty; thirty-two is a pip too many.
THE FATAL DOWRYPHILIP MASSINGER
He told them that at Railhead were many bad pip-ple, who swore, and drank a great deal more than was good for them.
MUSHROOM TOWNOLIVER ONIONS
It spreads rapidly, sending up a flower-stalk from every "pip."
AMATEUR GARDENCRAFTEBEN E. REXFORD
There's Miss Pamela, that ought to be goin' to be married a week from next Tuesday, goin' round as mopy as a chicken wid the pip.
All this time he was tilting poor Pip backwards till he was dreadfully frightened and giddy.
Pip passed a wretched morning expecting every moment that the disappearance of the pie would be found out.
Pip watched him trying to file the iron off his leg, and then, being afraid of stopping longer away from home, he ran off.
Then the boat came, and the convicts were taken back to prison, and Joe carried Pip home.
Wet, muddy and miserable, his teeth chattered in his head, as he seized Pip by the chin.
For his good night he dropped into a cockney quotation: "'Wot I meanter s'y, Pip, is: allus the best o' friends?'"

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