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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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Jeff Scott, Australian Table Grape Association (ATGA) CEO, said it was important to introduce the different forms and colours of Thompson Seedless grapes.
These CKs are also applied to stimulate the development of seedless grape berries (Motomura and Hori, 1978; Zabadal and Bukovac, 2006).
Both the Thompson Seedless grapes and the celery were obtained from a local grocery just prior to the experiment.
On the other hand, unexpected phenomena were observed, such as berry attachment to the pedicel of Thompson Seedless grapes being increased with gibberellin and berry shatter decreased (Retamales and Cooper, 1993).
FOR Essential Waitrose Green Seedless Grapes (500g), pounds 1.
Thompson Seedless grapes tend to produce great clusters of tiny grapes in the home garden.
Strawberries are now one and a half times as expensive as this time last year and white seedless grapes are also on the rise.
Seedless grapes actually do contain seeds but a genetic anomaly prevents them forming hard outer coats.
SpongeBob SquarePants packages of United States-grown seedless grapes will start to ship in July when they come into season.
Normally, people prefer to eat seedless grapes as the clock turns.
Try cherry tomatoes, apples, celery or carrot batons, seedless grapes, satsumas, bananas or dried fruit.
Black seedless grapes fared particularly well, with sales up 165 per cent in the past year, figures from retail analysts TNS show.