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Cherry

A British slang term for one pound. It is an example of Cockney rhyming slang.
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The one-year order banned him from contacting his former partner Cherise Lawrence directly or indirectly.
Dr Cherise Scott, Director, Pediatric Programmes, TB Alliance (Global Alliance for TB Drug Development) emphasized upon the need for new tools to diagnose TB in children.
Booty Luv comprises Cherise Roberts and Nadia Shepherd who began their careers as two of the founding members of Big Brovas.
It takes place in the fourth year class of a primary school whose location is never given, but the extraordinarily multicultural mix of names Cherise, Dumisani, Moketsi, Miss Venter--give away that the author lives in Botswana.
WORCESTER -- WPI coach Cherise Galasso likes her team's offensive depth and that was on display during Sunday's championship game of the 34th annual Worcester City Women's Basketball Tournament at Harrington Auditorium.
But according to Cherise Luter of Bustle, her decision to take a break may be more than just for family matters.
SARASOTA EXOTIC CAR FEST Zoya Quinn, Tressa Murphy, James Taggert, Ensa Hall, Cherise Garner; Vivie and Jeff Porterfield
In this study on racial difference and identity in contemporary art, the art historian Cherise Smith does not shy away from an autobiographical stance--she purposefully identifies herself as the daughter of middle-class, mixed-race parents, whose white mother was mistakenly recognized as "that black girl who's trying to pass for white" (2).
Britni Ring had nine assists and digs each for the Bulldogs (5-4), and Cherise Kirkpatrick had four kills.
True blue: Sister Cherise Wallington with artwork by Kate Green (and below) at Queen Elizabeth Hospital's burns unit.
Teenagers Daniel Robinson, 17, Chloe Sargent, 16, Shannon Simon, 15, Aaron Fontenot, 16, and Cherise Smith, 18, are all members of the Tiber Steering Group, which aims to transform a five-acre former primary school site at Tiber Street, off Lodge Lane, into a centre for business, learning, performance, sports, arts, event, conference, and leisure activities.