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The name peony, meaning “bitter fruit” in Latin, derives from the Latin word “pompus”, which means “a bitter fruit”.
The name peonies is an adaptation of the Latin verb “peo” which means to “punch”, “strike”, or “dip”.
Peonies are often used as an allegory for the pain and suffering that the human race goes through as we evolve, as well as the strength of the love we feel for each other.
The peony family is famous for its long, sharp-toothed, blue-eyed peonies that are prized for their sharp-sharp taste.
It is also the only fruit that can be grown for the cultivation of apples.
As a fruit, peonies are considered to be a valuable commodity and are prized by the local population.
In some areas, the peony is used as a medicine.
There are different types of peonies.
There are “hard” peonies, which are the hardest in the world.
These peonies produce a sweet-smelling liquid called agave.
These are used in traditional medicines and are very important to the indigenous people of South America.
Peonies can be sold for about $10 an ounce.
There is also “soft” peony.
These types of varieties are considered by some to be sweeter and have a more mellow taste.
These varieties produce a stronger, sweeter liquid called guava.
These fruits are sold in supermarkets for about a dollar an ounce, but can fetch up to $100 an ounce on the black market.
There’s also “dry” pey, which is a soft, sweet-tasting variety of peony that can grow to a height of 3 feet (1.6 metres).
These pey varieties produce little to no agave, which makes them valuable for the agave growers.
There is also a variety called the “dry pey”, which produces very little agave and is sold at $1.50 per ounce.
Peonies can also be used to make tea, a drink popular in China.
The dried pey tea is one of the most popular drinks in the country, with the Chinese claiming that it is the equivalent of about a cup of tea.
There have been a number of pey-based teas made in the US and Canada, and there are even pey juice products.