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Cherry

A British slang term for one pound. It is an example of Cockney rhyming slang.
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Cherry blossoms, emblematic of spring and the brief flowering of life, have been shed from the trees; Yamamoto captures their fall.
on September 15, Cherry climbed out of a car driven by Blanton, while passengers Chambliss and Cash remained inside.
Sakura is a symbol of peace and very representative of the Japanese culture,'' Kudo said, referring to the cherry trees known as ''sakura'' in Japanese.
Figured cherry is popular with high-end customers who use it in furniture, cabinetry and tabletops," Talarico says.
Any new crushing plants operated by Cherry Crushed Concrete, Houston, a sister company to Cherry Demolition, will now be subject to a "quarter-mile" law passed in Texas mandating that crushers cannot be within one quarter-mile of a school, church or playground.
Cherry and his colleagues found that 34 of them had undiagnosed infection with B.
Grabbing a handful of cherries as a snack or adding them to smoothies or salads is an easy, healthful step that anyone can take," Says James Michael, Vice President of Marketing for the Northwest Cherry Growers.
Chukar Cherries began on a Yakima Valley cherry orchard in 1988.
High in antioxidants, cherries join blueberries and pomegranates as the latest "super-fruit," according to Jeff Manning, chief marketing officer at the Cherry Marketing Institute (CMI) in Lansing, Mich.
Despite this year's disastrous California fresh cherry season (from the last week in April to the tail end of June), it's the peak of the Pacific Northwest cherry season -- and all indications are that the crop is going to be one of the largest ever.
The figures are in and they do not tell a lie--American cherry continues to be a favorite with furniture manufacturers.