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  • = melon ਹਦਵਾਣਾ or ਮਤੀਰਾ = watermelon ਜਾਮੁਨ = black plum ਆੜੂ = peach ਅਲੂਚਾ = plum ਆਲੂਬੁਖਾਰਾ = plum ਬੇਰ = berry ਖੁਰਮਾਨੀ or ਖੁਮਾਨੀ = apricot ਖਜੂਰ = dates
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  • Dirigible Plums are a possibly magical plant mentioned in connection with the Lovegood family. It is described as resembling an orange radish. Beginner
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  • A plum is a soft round fruit with smooth red or purple skin, sweet flesh and a large flat seed inside. Méizi shì róuruǎn de yuánxíng shuǐguǒ, jùyǒu guānghuá
    326 bytes (42 words) - 12:06, 23 May 2016
  • babool(Acacia) ਇੰਮਲੀ = tamarind ਲਸੂੜਾ = assyrian plum ਬੇਰੀ = berry tree ਸਫ਼ੈਦਾ = eucalyptus, poplar ਜਾਮੁਨ = black plum ਅੱਕ = milkweed ਕਰੀਰ = caper plant ਰਾਤ ਦੀ
    2 KB (155 words) - 05:48, 19 February 2016
  • stone deeply grooved. Type species Prunus dulcis (Almond). Subgenus Prunus: plums and apricots. Axillary buds solitary. Flowers in early spring stalked, not
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  • elm scale, brown fruit scale, brown scale, European fruit scale, New York plum scale, peach scale, and yew scale . The scales are small, and dark brown
    984 bytes (139 words) - 19:15, 3 October 2011
  • structure. This model of the atom was called the plum pudding model, where the pudding was positive, and the plums were the negative electrons. This is also
    7 KB (985 words) - 01:20, 16 February 2016
  • cat), create a file called list2 containing the following fruit: orange, plum, mango, grapefruit. Display the contents of list2. Using pipes, display
    825 bytes (126 words) - 22:00, 30 December 2015
  • speculating on the nature of the atom. He suggested a "plum pudding" model. In this model the bits of "plum" were the electrons which were floating around in
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  • Green Peach Aphid Binomial: Myzus persicae Order: Homoptera Metamorphosis: Simple Diseases vectored: Plum Pox Virus
    783 bytes (110 words) - 20:01, 12 February 2011
  • 林檎 リンゴ Also written equally as often in Hiragana. Orange オレンジ Japanese plum 梅 うめ Watermelon (西瓜) すいか Grape (葡萄) ぶどう Pear 西洋梨 せいようなし Grapefruit グレープフルーツ
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  • la papaye Peach: la pêche Pear: la poire Pineapple: l'ananas (un ananas) Plum: la prune Pomelo: le pamplemousse Raspberry: la framboise (Garden) Strawberry:
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  • The Rosaceae (rose family) ... The Amygdaleae contains cherries, plums, and peaches, all three of which are in the genus Prunus. The genus Prunus
    38 KB (244 words) - 21:32, 28 March 2016
  • pear տանձ tandz dantz pineapple արքայախնձոր arkayakhndzor arkayakhntzor plum սալոր salor salor raspberry մորի moree moree raisin չամիչ chameech chameech
    6 KB (27 words) - 15:55, 22 June 2015
  • nóta pack paca pearl péarla pan panna pin pionna piece piosa plug pluga plum pluma plate plata pot pota pump pumpa plug pluga prune prúna raft rafta ramp
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  • containing the seeds. A drupe is a simple fleshy fruit (such as a cherry, plum, or peach) that has a thin outer skin (exocarp) surrounding a fleshy mesocarp
    951 bytes (153 words) - 18:54, 22 July 2013
  • Johnny! said the father Come my little thief of hearts Now I shall pick plums for you Now father holds Johnny dear Upon that Daddy started shaking (the
    7 KB (477 words) - 00:43, 19 June 2015
  • Abyssinian shrivelfig Blood Blisterpod Bubotuber Devil's Snare Dirigible Plum Dittany Flutterby bush Gillyweed Gurdyroot Mandrake Mimbulus Mimbletonia
    28 KB (1,525 words) - 22:03, 2 November 2015
  • Banana-Kawla Grape- Angur Guava-Guchung gula Water-melon-Tawrmoit/Mawlphawl Plum-Boigula Brinjal-Begoin Carrot-Mula Redish-Mula Cabbage-Banda Kawfi Cauliflower-Phul
    464 bytes (74 words) - 03:21, 6 February 2012
  • WIKIBOOKS DOES NOT GIVE MEDICAL ADVICE Wikibooks contains modules on medical topics; however no warranty whatsoever is made that any of the articles are
    3 KB (367 words) - 03:47, 2 June 2009

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