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Melon

An informal term for zero. For example, an investment may be said to generate a melon.
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Combine the cubed melons with basil leaves, lime juice and sugar.
Melons produced in the Yubari city in northern part of Hokkaido are considered high-quality and often sent as gifts in Japan.
1 ripe mango 1/4 honeydew melon, seeds removed 1/4 cantaloupe melon, seeds removed Juice of 1 lime 1 tbsp finely chopped fresh mint, to decorate Peel and stone the mango then cut the flesh into cubes and put in a large bowl.
There were melons in every course - Mistletoe Melon and Parma Ham Bruschetta, Tinsel Turkey Escalope with Melon Salsa and Jolly Melon Jelly.
This means that both melons appear to be comparable sources of dietary provitamin A for humans, on par with carrots, which are known to be a major source of provitamin A.
Using only a penknife, he's pledged to cut the face of every UK winner into individual melons, plus a scene from the closing ceremony.
Bad weather in South America has delayed the melon season, but prices are expected to ease again once Galia melons from the Canary Islands and Spain arrive in the UK this month.
We think Mother Nature had it right; seed-studded melons are juicier and more flavorful.
Juan Canary melons are another type of melon that is primarily grown in hot, dry climates.
All of those with exploding melons were firsttime users of the growth accelerator forchlorfenuron, although it has been widely available for some time, China Central Television said.
said Monday it has developed a biometric technique to identify individual melons through their rind patterns so that marketers will not disguise their places of origin.