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Grape

Slang; in auto sales, a customer who believes whatever the salesperson tells him/her and who is generally agreeable. The term connotes a customer who will pay top price for an automobile.
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After making many crosses with wild vines without much success, Girouard obtained a Vitis aestivalis vine from Missouri grape breeder John Grinstead.
Roasted grapes tossed in grain salads and layered in yoghurt-granola parfaits.
Grapes average weekly dollar sales per store by region 52 weeks 52 weeks ended 6/28/14 ended 6/29/13 Central 52,937 52,888 East 53,368 53,248 South 52,649 52,490 West 52,545 52,311 Total U.
Fatigue: Light and white grape juice replenishes the iron content present in the body and prevents fatigue.
4 GRAPES originated in Asia and Spanish explorers introduced the fruit to America around 300 years ago.
4GRAPES 4 GRAPES originated in Asia and Spanish explorers introduced the fruit to America around 300 years ago.
The climactic variations in grape-growing regions accounts for the diversity of grapes germplasm.
Experts worry, however, that Bulgaria is failing to follow a global trend of growing production of dessert grape varieties because the country has lost its market niche.
Grape leaves are among the favorite foods of Japanese beetles, and the fruits are a beloved snack of many wild birds.
Adult grape and grape product consumers also had increased intakes of vegetables, whole grains, nuts and seeds along with lower intakes of total fat, saturated fat and cholesterol, versus nonconsumers.
We see Welch's expansion in the grape drinks arena as offering consumers a natural way to enjoy a refreshing grape taste and its healthy benefits.