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Peto
   is a character in   
Henry IV, Part I
Peto
   is a character in   
Henry IV, Part II
Herpetology
   is the study of   
Reptiles
Capetown, South Africa
   has this flag:   

Drapetomania
   is an obsession with   
Running Away from Home
Rug
   in Italian is   
Tappeto
Carpet
   in Italian is   
Tappeto
Le Petomane (1979)
   starred   
Leonard Rossiter, Madelaine Bellamy and John D. Collins
Director: Ian McNaughton. Also starred Michael Cronin, Alexandra Dane & Kalman Glass. Plot: The incredibly true story of the legendary French entertainer Joseph Pujol, who performed impersonations with his self-described 'elastic anus' and a surfeit of wind.
Henrietta Petowker
   appeared in the Dickens novel   
Nicholas Nickleby
Minor actress at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane and neighbor of Kenwigs and Noggs. She marries Mrs Kenwigs uncle, Mr Lillyvick, but later runs off with a half-pay (retired) captain.
Herpetophobia
   is an acute fear of   
Reptiles
Robert Vas Dias
   wrote   
Petoskey Stone
"On the lake-bottom near the shore it appears to move among others"






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