Melon


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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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That night we went on again with the moon, carrying as many melons as we could with us.
Struggled on all day, but found no more melons, having evidently passed out of their district.
The ants are eating all the others down by the melon bed."
Turkmenistan celebrates Melon Day on the second Sunday of August.
Qovun Sayli (Melon Festival), which is traditionally held in Khorezm on the eve of Independence Day, has kicked off in Khiva.
Keywords: Melon seed oil, Fatty acid profile, Bread quality, Volume, Sensory evaluation.
"Traditionally melon sales grow during the summer and then fall in the winter months but this didn't happen last year as the autumn and winter were so mild.
MELON mania is sweeping the nation as the versatile fruit appeals to older and younger Brits.
Tesco melon expert James Cackett said: "The quality of UK melons has come on in leaps and bounds.
ISLAMABAD -- The sale of 'melon' a summer-specialty, is witnessing a surge in sale as price of the juicy fruit is less than other summer fruits.
Richard Olukhakha and Rosemary Onyango, parents of Melon Lutenyo and Mevies Imbaya, whom they have raised separately, say their world was turned upside down upon discovering a teenager who looked exactly like one of their daughters.
Melon Lutenyo and Mevies Imbayi were later handed to their mother Rosemary Onyango, though she had earlier been informed during clinic visits that she expected triplets.