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Cherry

A British slang term for one pound. It is an example of Cockney rhyming slang.
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For instance, the chokecherry provides a variety of foods such as wojopi, a traditional pudding; dried chokecherry patties used to make the ceremonial food, wasna; cherry juice for Sun Dances; and jam for toast and biscuits.
We classified sites as early, early-intermediate, late-intermediate or late seral stages before selecting them using quantitative coefficients for basal area of green ash, percent ground-canopy cover of chokecherry [less than] 2 m tall and percent gound-cover of western snowberry (D.
In laboratory experiments under constant long-day conditions (20 [degrees] C, 16:8 h light: dark), we observed the same results using excised foliage: diapause was more common on red maple and black ash than on paper birch or chokecherry [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 2A OMITTED].
DENVER -- Interior Department Authorizes Chokecherry and Sierra Madre Wind Energy Project Site (October 09, 2012 06:01 PM) Source: Power Company of Wyoming LLC
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PCW expects the wind farm, dubbed as the Chokecherry and Sierra Madre Wind Energy Project, to create 945 jobs at peak, with 429 employees between May and November on average, and staff about 114 workers permanently over the 20-year lifespan of the project.
She has a chokecherry pie recipe that is too bitter, and she has plenty of jam and wine recipes.
In our area, expect to find them on fruit trees, including flowering crabapples, some maples, and weed trees like rum and chokecherry.
The company also sells a line of jellies and jams, including a wild chokecherry jelly from fruit harvested along high-country mountain streams.
The other world falls steeply into coulees and canyons full of chokecherry and yucca, where the pheasants are plentiful and wilder than any I've seen in many a day.
With the exception of black chokeberry and common chokecherry, ratings for the shrubs fell into the "average" or "less than average" preference categories (Fig.
After several seasons, perennial grasses begin to dominate the landscape, along with fast-growing deciduous species such as aspen, oak and chokecherry.