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Cherry

A British slang term for one pound. It is an example of Cockney rhyming slang.
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I could have fancied, amid the quivering of the great bunches of fruit, that they were cherries on the wing.
My dad almost broke his dentures on a long sliver of plastic secreted within the cherries. A long letter of complaint was despatched to the manufacturer.
But with the support of Tesco production is now once again thriving and is so strong that the supermarket has announced it no longer needs to import cherries during the British season to meet customer demand.
A large variety of cherries like Stella, Merchant, Vane, Diro-Nero, traditional red heart and black heart varieties and many more are being grown in the region.
Dr Kakar says if Pakistan starts exporting cherry to China, then the Chinese would have fresh cherries from G-B and Balochistan for almost four months.
WHETHER taking pride of place in a Black Forest Gateau, topping Bakewell tarts or nestling nicely in a Christmas cake, cherries are always a treat.
June/July is cherry season here in the UK, when cherries are at their plumpest, ripest, sweetest (and cheapest).
Cherries are not only one of the healthiest fruits, they also rank as one of the most health protective foods overall.
Tart cherries, also known as sour cherries, are thought to be a cross between the sweet cherry and a wild ground cherry that grew in eastern and central Europe.
CherriesTraditionally, cherries are Bulgariaas most popular fruit for processing.
In 2017, Uzbekistan exported about 32,000 tons of sweet cherries, which is 5,000 tons more than same indicator of Spain, according to EastFruit analysts.
Lai Lung-hui, director of the office's Alishan Work Station told CNA there are 30 varieties of cherries and nearly 3,000 trees in the park.