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Cherry

A British slang term for one pound. It is an example of Cockney rhyming slang.
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Bright, dark ruby to the edge; quite a bit of black cherry and blackberry aromas, with a subtle touch of spice; this profile repeats itself in the mouth, with more cherry and bright notes on the palate; the weight and fruit driven texture make this a well balanced and complex wine; an excellent value.
Everything you want from a pinot at this price; black cherry with hints of strawberry and spice; lots of flavor with a supple finish.
A rich merlot with chocolate and black cherry flavors throughout; black currant with a hint of spice on the finish.
Dense and rich with a concentrated core of black cherry, blackberry, dark plum and blueberry flavors that are supported by hints of herbs and cedary oak.
These combined findings suggest that black cherry trees in Europe are invasive partly because these new populations have escaped virulent Pythium species.
To serve: On plate, spoon black cherry sauce and arrange artichokes
Enjoy the flavours of black cherry, chocolate and black pepper that lurk behind its typically woody cabernet sauvignon nose.
Red-shouldered Hawks in both study areas used black cherry more than expected based on availability: more than 80% of nests we studied contained this species as a nest lining.
The black cherry modified kiln schedule #1 was modified from the conventional kiln schedule (T8-B4) published in the Dry Kiln Operator's Manual (Simpson 1991).
Then I thought it shouldn't be all savoury, so I started on sweet choices - like rhubarb & custard, plum, black cherry & white chocolate, coffee & walnut.
Sidoli's Black Cherry, Chocolate & Amaretto Trifle is sold in a clear plastic round tray with black cherry pieces layered with an amaretto soaked plain sponge and chocolate flavor mousse.
The company also makes regular Vanilla Cream Soda, Orange Cream Soda, Root Beer, Black Cherry and Ginger Ale, with 140 to 160 calories per 12-ounce bottle (available in most supermarkets).