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Cherry

A British slang term for one pound. It is an example of Cockney rhyming slang.
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Growth and yield of the sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.) as affected by training system.
The fruit samples of the examined cultivars were taken from 0900 Ziraat cultivar grafted onto seedling rootstock (Prunus avium L.) rootstock, planted at 6 x 5 m spacing and local cultivars grafted onto seedling rootstock, planted at 5 x 4 m spacing.
The theory is that thousands of years ago, the Sweet Cherry (Prunus avium) was hybidized with the Mongolian Cherry (P.
A black tartarian cherry (Prunus avium) with an estimated age of 150 years stuns onlookers in Eugene, Oregon, at a height of 60 feet, a crown spread of 80 feet, and the ability to produce small, round, purplish-black cherries, which expert U.P.
Sweet cherry, Prunus avium, is distinguished by its dark-colored fruit, whereas tart cherry, Prunus cerasus, is smaller in size and is bright scarlet in color.