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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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One might think that this intrinsic grapevine activity is an advantage, as the smoky volatiles are rendered non-smoky and masked by the binding to a sugar molecule.
vitis strains, which were isolated from grapevine nursery stock in Japan, inhibited tumor formation in some plant species including grapevine.
There is much to learn in and around the Grapevine and Dallas areas.
Crude sap of leaves that obtained from infected grapevine plants were used to inoculating the healthy host indicator plants.
As well as the donated clothes raising money for Grapevine - a local charity supporting people with learning disabilities - the scheme also supports the environmental benefits of recycling unwanted clothing.
A group of noninfective leafhoppers were fed on healthy grapevines, Vitis vinifera cv.
Hence, a preliminary study was carried out to test the efficacy of a commercially available product 'Primo' (a mixture of amino acids and seaweed extract) on grapevine growth and berry quality of cv.
As part of the opening celebrations, the store manager Kris Williams and his staff will present the school and Ely Grapevine with a cheque for pounds 250 each.
The snowy and icy conditions Wednesday prompted the California Highway Patrol to close I-5 over the Grapevine in both directions as Caltrans crews and officers dug vehicles -- including at least five big rigs -- out of the drifts that began covering lanes around 8:30 a.
Jenifer Miller is a member of the family owned Fisher Branch Farm, located in the Grapevine Community of Madison County.
Any effort to give attention to the grapevine will take some corporate executives by surprise.