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Plum

In the United Kingdom, a rarely used slang term for 100,000 pounds.
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China (7.1M tonnes) constituted the country with the largest volume of plum and sloe consumption, accounting for 59% of total consumption.
Director of the Gradacac Plum Fair HaA!im A abanovic said that at this year's, the 46th edition of the Plum Fair, 310 exhibitors from Bosnia and Herzegovina, countries in the region and the EU will present their products and services.
Some cherry plum varieties are especially widespread in Shaki, Gabala and Nakhchivan regions of the country.
The valley produces high quality of peach, apple, apricot, plum, red persimmon and cherry etc.
However, starting on Saturday (June 8), a plum rain front will begin to make its presence known in northern Taiwan.
Experts will advise on the management and harvesting of plum trees at Tal y Bryn Dairy, Llannefydd, from 11.30am.
The Beast from the East cold blast and the subsequent summer heatwave have both stunted the crop of the sweet-tasting Welsh Denbigh plum.
Plum Grove moved its Trade Shows & Displays division into the new building.
But the British plum - for so long a taste of this country - is now languishing at No.8 in the "favourite fruit" league table.
Plum is using data science and artificial intelligence to re-imagine the USD 4.0 trillion commercial real estate mortgage market.
Native to South-east Asia and grown in Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia, the marian plum (Bouea macrophylla) isn't actually a plum.