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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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Morphologically, the pathogen resembles grapelike clusters of gram-positive cocci.
From every corner of legend and history arose an assembly of the parts of engines of flesh, jigsaw cavalries, ribs, equine muscularities, bunched muscles, grapelike memories of blood, tanned, leathern proportions, giving substance to the terrible Horses of the Moon within which Deacon and Marie pursued each other in their dance.
Overnight, a seaweed develops grapelike clusters or other reproductive structures.
Multicystic mesothelioma is composed of a multiple, often grapelike cluster, of thin-walled cysts with serous or gelatinous fluid.
We have grown used to seeing this material as tight, ridgy spheres of brownish black, small, flattened calcite crystals, sometimes as individual spheres to maybe a centimeter or two across, sometimes as grapelike clusters of spheres - fairly presentable but not beautiful, mostly just "odd." But these new specimens, of which about 200 are said to have recently come out of the Herja mine, are truly beautiful (if still odd): curved, satiny-lustrous, flattened calcite rhombs forming spheres to 4 cm across, in grape-bunches to 10 cm across; a few of these, offered at the Hawthorneden stand at the Main Show, rest on matrix of massive quartz and galena.
Bright red flowers 3 1/2 inches long are set off by deep green grapelike leaves.
Vaginal bleeding, enlarged uterus, grapelike cervical polyps 22 63/M ?
* Tend fuchsias: pinch out grapelike berries and nip out growing tips for a bushier plant, then feed with a complete fertilizer and water plants well for another round of bloom next month.
A degenerated and/or atrophic tuft may be composed of only a few cells attached to the cyst wall in a grapelike or dotlike fashion (Figures 12, B and 17, e).