Humble Pie


Humble Pie
Humble Pie
Allgemeine Informationen
Genre(s) Rock, Folkrock, Bluesrock
Gründung 1968
Auflösung 1975
Neugründung 1980
Ehemalige Mitglieder
Peter Frampton

Steve Marriott († 1991)

Jerry Shirley
Greg Ridley († 2003)

Anthony Jones

Dave Clempson

Bobby Tench


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  • humble pie — [17] Until the 19th century, humble pie was simply a pie made from the internal organs of a deer or other animal (‘Mrs Turner did bring us an umble pie hot out of her oven’, Samuel Pepys, Diary 8 July 1663). Humble has no etymological connection… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

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  • humble pie — noun Etymology: humbles 1. a. : a meat pie formerly made of the inferior parts of a deer and served to the huntsman and other servants b. : a meat pie made of the humbles of a hog 2. [influenced in meaning by humble ( …   Useful english dictionary

  • humble pie — 1. humility forced upon someone, often under embarrassing conditions; humiliation. 2. Obs. a pie made of the viscera and other inferior parts of deer or the like. 3. eat humble pie, to be forced to apologize humbly; suffer humiliation: He had to… …   Universalium

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