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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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Kirstie Nichols, fundraising manager at Grapevine, said: "We're so grateful to Alsters Kelley Solicitors for supporting the scheme - we recognise that people want to help local charities like ours, but with less money in your pock-pock et it's hard to do so.
By using the leafhopper vector injected with the cultured and purified bacteria, the disease symptoms can be consistently reproduced in healthy grapevines and the same organism reisolated from clean leafhoppers fed on these plants and on naturally infected plants from the field.
We're very proud that our wines consistently rank among the most popular among Grapevine Wine Tours guests, and it's good to see Homestead Red at the top of the list this quarter," said Gabe Parker, owner of Homestead Winery.
With an eye towards getting even with the Railroad at the next to last stop, he returns to Grapevine and, by chance, meets the second would-be train robber, Willy Majors.
option ensures Valiant has a retained exposure to Grapevine over the
As part of the opening celebrations, the store manager Kris Williams and his staff will present the school and Ely Grapevine with a cheque for pounds 250 each.
Grapevine also offers more than 500 mid-priced and economy hotel rooms, as well as three golf courses that are rated among the nation's top 50 public courses.
When Julius tells the story of "The Goophered Grapevine," John's commercial perspective, together with his utilitarian view of the land, limits his understanding; the story he hears is not the story that Julius is trying to tell.
Today, as I travel the nation attending black writers' events and speaking on topics related to African-American books, I hear over and over again that BIBR is the black book lover's grapevine.
one of the leading broadband services companies, announced that it is a recipient of CIO magazine's "Web Business 50/50 Award" for its Grapevine Sales and Marketing Intranet site.