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Cherry

A British slang term for one pound. It is an example of Cockney rhyming slang.
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Lai Lung-hui, Director of the Alishan Work Station in the Forest Service's Chiayi Forest Management Office told CNA that the Alishan Flower Festival does not start until March, however the Taiwan cherry, Kuril cherry and Kawazu-zakura cherry trees are all in bloom in the Alishan National Scenic Area.
Enhancing this sanctuary are 150 cherry trees planted along the walk, offering an ideal respite to enjoy the delicate display.
The event shared his research into the significance of cherry trees and sakura blossoms in Japanese design and culture.
Cherry trees can sometimes be considered high maintenance trees in our area, as many things can go wrong or attack these trees.
Levy is the author of Where the Cherry Tree Grew (2013) and the newly released George Washington Written Upon the Land, a sort of archaeological study enhanced by the "creative processes and the varied kinds of historical meaning" left in the vacuum of actual knowledge about young George.
The cherry Blossom Festival, held in late March or early April, includes a parade on Pennsylvania Avenue that passes through Pennsylvania Avenue NHS, a kite festival, food, interpretive walks and talks, nonpersonal services (such as waysides/interpretive signs), and millions who come to see miles of blooming ornamental cherry trees over a two-week period.
WASHINGTON (CyHAN)- People showed great interest to cherry blossom festival to see gorgeous cherry trees to mark the arrival of spring in Washington D.
He actually had an orchard in that vicinity - and according to his records - he had cherry trees, so it's all kind of plausible," said Doug Card, retired sociology professor, historian and writer.
Thus, 180 hectares of land have been planted with cherry trees in 2013.
This BugVibes[TM] kit is customized to repel pests attracted to cherry trees.
IN March 1984 what convinced us to buy our house in Sewall Highway was the combination of smooth footpaths, broad lawns and beautiful flowering cherry trees.
As spring nears in US capital all eyes are on the city's Japanese cherry trees, which burst into bloom sometime during March and April.