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  The Super Mario Brothers Monster Compendium -- Punchinello
Punchinello is a large pear-shaped creature with bomb-like attributes.
Punchinello has earned a reputation as a loose cannon, he's not very bright, but he has considerable expertise with explosives and mechanical devices.
Punchinello went into the mine to test his new Bomb designs but wound up finding one of the seven Stars.
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PUNCHINELLO will be _National_, and not _local_; and will endeavor to become a household word in all parts of the country; and to that end has secured a VALUABLE CORPS OF CONTRIBUTORS in various sections of the Union, while its columns will always be open to appropriate first-class literary and artistic talent.
PUNCHINELLO respectfully presents his condolences to the people of the Fourth District of Pennsylvania, and hopes that they will have a happy time of it with WILLIAM D. He has also noticed that the Philadelphians are having a lively and brotherly dispute over their new public buildings; they don't know where to put them.
PUNCHINELLO is furthermore delighted to see that a son of PENN has decided the great question of the Pope's infallibility, which so vexes our OEcumenical fellow-creatures.
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 Punchinello Development
Punchinello Development is currently in the process of revising CardinalGraph v1.0.
Punchinello Development is a relatively new shareware software publisher.
This page is © 1996,1997 Punchinello Development and Rick Chapman.
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He is needed for backup on a major drug deal by the Punchinello family because of his special skills.
Punchinello had threatened Lupino in writing stating that if he did not shape up, he would have the trio to contend with.
She also states that Angelo Punchinello is the one who has had your wife murdered.
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 You Are Special   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Punchinello's hard-earned lesson shows us how important it is to be who we were created to be, and why that matters.
Punchinello learns a valuable lesson when Eli the woodcarver helps him see that he is special because the Maker made him—the Maker even chose his wood.
Eli, his maker, used the moment to remind Punchinello of this truth: "You are special, not because of what you have, but because you are mine." could you or someone you love use the same reminder.
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He therefore takes a middle course, and observes that the possession of an aunt in the Lunatic Asylum is certainly strong presumptive evidence that her nephew is no better than she is. Here in New-York, it would be difficult to upset such evidence, but elsewhere the result might be different.
PUNCHINELLO offers these as the accepted _data_ by which RABIES may measure his chances for life in case he executes his avowed purpose, but I would impress upon him the fact that these are necessary _outside_ of New-York only.
There is not a shade of excuse for it, and PUNCHINELLO hopes that it will open the eyes of the ladies of the land, and prevent them henceforth and for ever from placing the slightest confidence in the gallantry or impartiality of the Puritanic prigs of New-England.
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 PUNCHINELLO, Vol. I, Issue 10   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
PUNCHINELLO has had under consideration the question of inventing some drink which might happily satisfy the wants of the thirsty and avoid the scandal which "gin-and-milk" has created among the godly.
PUNCHINELLO is pleased to observe that there is to be a meeting of the Western Social Science Association in Chicago, and he hereby announces his intention of attending as a Volunteer Delegate.
PUNCHINELLO has prepared forty-nine other papers on different scientific subjects, including Pugilism, Base Ball, the Velocipede, Female Suffrage, and Lake Navigation; and he now awaits on invitation from Chicago to come on with his largest drum and his most melodious trumpet.
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PUNCHINELLO begs leave most respectfully to announce that he has determined to import, at any expense whatever, one of Dr. MILIO'S Concentrated Electric Beamers.
PUNCHINELLO'S benevolent eyes, is that each city appears to be perfectly delighted with the misfortunes and miseries of both the others.
PUNCHINELLO, having been often scared out of his senses (which are usually very good and trustworthy senses,) by double tattoos on his library table, and also by the eccentric movements of the table itself, is happy to announce that, after all, there is nothing in it.
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 You Are Special
Eli looked at Punchinello, put his hands on those small wooden shoulders, and spoke very slowly.
Punchinello had never had anyone look at him like this--much less his maker.
Punchinello didn't stop, but in his heart he thought, "I think he really means it."
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 Punchinello, Vol. 1, No. 24, September 10, 1870, by Various   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
PUNCHINELLO is extremely indebted to The Sun for the association of the names of several worthy gentlemen with the ownership of the only first-class Illustrated Humorous and Satirical paper published in America:  (Subscription price, for one year, $4.00.  Single copies 10 cents.  Office, 83 Nassau St., New York.)
A reward of $5,000 has been offered for any information about the pewter squirt, and particularly as to when, and by whom it was made; and, as detectives are now engaged in working up the case, there can be but little doubt that the vile instrument will ere long be identified.
My sole object, friend PUNCHINELLO, in addressing you on this subject, is to beg and beseech that you will warn the too-credulous and too-generous public against this unmatchably atrocious swindle of Going Under the Falls.  It is too much for proud Humanity, Mr.
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 The Project Gutenberg eBook of PUNCHINELLO Vol. 1, No. 27.
PUNCHINELLO'S return fire always set the scamps a-scampering, and all they had for their pains was the loss of their ammunition, and the discovery that the row kicked up by them had attracted crowds of people to the spot, so that PUNCHINELLO'S show was capitally advertised by their noise.
I of PUNCHINELLO was a Chassepot, (and it did make some havoc in the ranks of the enemy,) Vol.
Then, by skilfully manipulating the other crank, he can produce from it strains of such mellifluous harmony that the very telegraph-poles will throng around him, as erstwhile did the trees of the forest around ORPHEUS, and tender their services for the transmission of his melting music to all the beautiful places on Earth.
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 The Project Gutenberg eBook of PUNCHINELLO Vol. 1, No. 24.
PUNCHINELLO: It afflicts me, one of your most assiduous readers, to notice that you cast not even so much as a lack-lustre glance at the brilliant gems that STEPHEN PEARL ANDREWS scatters periodically through the columns of the Evening Mail and WOODHULL and CLAFLIN'S Weekly.
PUNCHINELLO is extremely indebted to The Sun for the association of the names of several worthy gentlemen with the ownership of the only first-class Illustrated Humorous and Satirical paper published in America: (Subscription price, for one year, $4.00.
My sole object, friend PUNCHINELLO, in addressing you on this subject, is to beg and beseech that you will warn the too-credulous and too-generous public against this unmatchably atrocious swindle of Going Under the Falls.
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PUNCHINELLO will be _National_, and not _local_; and will endeavour to become a household word in all parts of the country; and to that end has secured a VALUABLE CORPS OF CONTRIBUTORS in various sections of the Union, while its columns will always be open to appropriate first-class literary and artistic talent.
PUNCHINELLO, ever ready to hail with acclamation all that is for the welfare of his fellow-men, is delighted to learn that an "Anti-Orange-peel-and-Banana-skin Association" has been organized in the city of New-York.
He admitted that this was a pun; but appealed to PUNCHINELLO upon the point of the propriety of puns.
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 The Wemmick Story
Punchinello swallowed hard and thought to himself, "I'm not staying here!" and he turned to leave.
Punchinello slowly turned around and looked at the large bearded craftsman and said, "Sir, you know my name?" "Of course I do.
Punchinello didn't stop, but in his heart he thought, "I think He really means it." And each time he remembered what Eli told him and each time he went to visit and talk with Eli, one of Punchinello's dots would fall off.
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 Julie Heller Gallery: Artists
My version of Punchinello is distinctly different from that found in the Commedia dell' Arte -slimmer without hump, driven by his sexual appetite and search for self, Punchinello is I and not I. He is my friends and lovers and not.
While Tiepolo's Punchinello was rotund and hunchbacked, bordering on the grosteque, Webb has transformed him into a lithe and agile figure, more reserved and otherworldly.
In the next painting Punchinello is protrayed telling a "fish tale" about the Javalinas, exaggerating their size and ferocity around the eerie glow of a campfire.
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 THE WEMMICKS
One day Punchinello met a female Wemmick and her name was Lucia.
Punchinello was horrified and he was sure ELI would never want to see him; but finally he got up the courage and went to the wood-carver's shop.
Punchinello walked away and didn't stop or look back, but in his heart he thought, "I think he really means it."
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 Best of All - Max Lucado, Sergio Martinez (Illustrator)
But Punchinello can't because he is made of the wrong wood.
But Punchinello can't join since he is made of willow.
Punchinello learns a valuable lesson when Eli the woodcarver helps him see that he is special because the Maker made him--the Maker even chose his wood.
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 The Wemmick Story By
There was one little Wemmick and his name was "Punchinello." He tried to jump high like the others, but he always fell.
Punchinello looked up at him and said, "I came because I met a sweet Wemmick girl who had no marks." Eli said, “I know.
Lucia told me about you." So Punchinello asked, "Why don't the stickers stay on Lucia?" Eli said, "Because she has decided that what I think is more important than what anyone else thinks.
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 Punchinello
If you’ve ever been to Wemmicksville, you know it is a land created by Eli—a loving woodworker who has the same relationship to Wemmicksville that God has to His world.
If you've ever been to Wemmicksville, you know it is a land created by Eli--a loving woodworker who has the same relationship to Wemmicksville that God has to His world.
With each Wemmicks adventure, children are instilled with important values that they are able to take from Wemmicksville into their own little world.
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 The Project Gutenberg eBook of PUNCHINELLO Vol. 1, No. 8.
PUNCHINELLO offers these as the accepted data by which RABIES may measure his chances for life in case he executes his avowed purpose, but I would impress upon him the fact that these are necessary outside of New-York only.
N.B. PUNCHINELLO begs to give notice that he doesn't keep a detective police agency, but the gentleman in question is said to be in Esse.
But should all precautions fail, the gallant crew will be no doubt greatly consoled, as they sink to their graves, by the reflection that a pious Congress will pass resolutions of sympathy for their widows and orphans.
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 Punchinello Is Helped to a Chair (Getty Museum)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
In his distinctive fl mask, Punchinello totters shakily towards a chair with the help of an attendant and a long cane, exhausted after some bout of bad behavior.
Other characters, also wearing masks, stand around watching the scene, preparing a chair for the weary Punchinello, and fetching an umbrella.
Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo produced this drawing as part of a series of 103 works dealing with specific episodes in the life of Punchinello, entitled Divertimento per li ragazzi (Diversions for Children).
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 Amazon.com: Books: You Are Special   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Punchinello is the central character, along with his friends Lucia, Splint, and Chip.
Punchinello's opinion of himself changes after talking to his creator.
Poor Punchinello tries hard to gain others' approval, but keeps missing out and keeps getting grey dots, which means that he is definitely looked down upon in this make-believe society of wooden people.
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 Item #8896589FK - Punchinello (Overture To A Romantic Comedy) - Concert Band
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 Punchinello, Issue No. 3
PUNCHINELLO will be National, and not local; and will endeavor to become a household word in all parts of the country; and to that end has secured a
The good Irish blood of WILLIAM D. has always boiled at the sound of the slogan, for it generally means fight, and he wants—pacifying.
PUNCHINELLO finds nothing to make his weekly abstract and brief chronicle of this asylum for elderly and uninteresting lunatics about without making it too weakly.
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Punchinello, Vol 1, No 13, Jun 25, 1870
Punchinello, Vol 1, No 14, Jul 2, 1870
Punchinello, Vol 1, No 15, Jul 9, 1870
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 Inspiration Peak: "Eli"
But Punchinello said, "I'm not sure I really understand what you are saying?" The maker said, "You will, but it will take some time.
Eli lifted Punchinello off the bench and set him on the floor.
So like Punchinello, it's important for us to remember that while others may focus on outward appearances, our Creator is only concerned with what's in our heart.
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 You Are Special - Max Lucado, Sergio Martinez (Illustrator)
Kids will love seeing how Eli the woodcarver helps Punchinello understand how special he is--dots and all.
Parents will appreciate the message this story sends to kids: that regardless of what the world thinks, they are precious in God's sight.
In this heartwarming children's tale from the best-selling pen of author Max Lucado, Eli the woodcarver helps Punchinello understand how special he is--no matter what other Wemmicks may think.
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 PUNCHINELLO
Eli looked at Punchinello, put his hands on those small wooden shoulders,
Punchinello had never had anyone look at him like this-much less his
Punchinello didn't stop, but in his heart he thought, "I think he really
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 Small Wooden People
After a while Punchinello believed them, "I'm not a good Wemmick," he would say.
The few times he went outside he hung around other Wemmicks who had a lot of dots.
Eli looked at Punchinelllo, put his hands on those small wooden shoulders, and spoke very slowly.
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 Favorite Stories: Small Wooden People
"That's the way I want to be," thought Punchinello.
Punchinello turned slowly and looked at the large bearded craftsman.
Eli lifted Punchinello off the bench and set him on the ground.
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 Amazon.co.uk: Books: Punchinello & the Most Marvelo (New Stories and Products in Max Lucado's)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Punchinello and the Most Marvelo (New Stories and Products in Max Lucado's)
Punchinello: One of a Kind (Max Lucado's Wemmicks); Board book ~ Max Lucado's Wemmicks
Another great follow up to You Are Special about the Wemmicks by Max Lucado.
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