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Cherry

A British slang term for one pound. It is an example of Cockney rhyming slang.
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High-fashion woods currently are dark wenge, cherrywood or wood painted white in French country chic style.
The Yeltz found themselves on the back foot, falling behind after just two minutes to a goal from Michael Charles and then surviving a first-half pounding at Cherrywood Road.
He has a cherrywood jewellery box in the exhibition and is now looking for a job in cabinet-making.
The modern, spacious kitchen is fitted with magnificent Cherrywood units, solid wood counter top and a Chinese slate floor and is adjoined by the dining room.
People in Cornhill-on-Tweed have hit out at the bid by Cherrywood Investments Limited to cram a part-greenfield site with almost four times the number of properties first recommended by planning chiefs.
The stereoscope, an optical instrument which views two images of the same object from different angles to produce a 3D-type illusion, has a cherrywood case.
The extension from Cherrywood, near Sandyford, to an as yet undetermined spot north of Dublin will divide in two, with one line going to Fassaroe in the west and the other through Bray.
Hannah, aged 12, of Cherrywood Grove, Allesley Green, Coventry, is a pupil at Kings High School, Warwick.
Noor Ul Basar, 27, from Cherrywood Road, Bordesley Green, and Hussain Zada, 52, of Coventry Road, Small Heath, were arrested by officers from HM Revenue & Customs and the UK Border Agency as they tried to bring the drugs through Manchester Airport.
Future plans include the extension of the Green Line from Sandyford to Cherrywood.
Within the city of Austin, the GigaPower 300Mbps service is available in neighborhoods that involves Bryker Woods, Cherrywood, French Place, Mueller, Old Enfield, and Tarrytown.
As the boys started to come back from evacuation, King Edward's Aston needed their whole premises and we were allocated a bomb-blasted girls' school at Cherrywood Road.