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cherry

Nutrition
A fleshy stone fruit that has been touted as a superfood by nutriotionists due to its high concentration of anti-oxidants and anthrocyanins, which have analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects in rats.

Sexology
A widely used, rude colloquial term for the hymen, a membranous tissue which partially covers the vaginal orifice and is traditionally a sign of virginity; however, the hymen can be broken not only by sexual intercourse, but also by tampon use, masturbation and vigourous exercise; some women are born without one.

cherry

prunuscerasus, prunuslaurocerasus, solanumpseudocapsicum.
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Cherrytree House, West Park Road, Cleadon is for sale through Andrew Craig estate agents at PS1,175,000, tel: 0191 519 0011.
Cherrytree says her company has seen ``enormous'' growth in the past couple of years in Southern California, including the addition of 10 centers in the Valley area.
It feels wonderful to have Cherrytree Records/Interscope Records join the team," Beatrice posted today on her Facebook page.
Cherrytree House, West Park Road, Cleadon, is for sale through Andrew Craig at PS1.
The 55-year-old man was attacked by three youths near the Cherrytree Sports and Social Club, in Lythalls Lane, Holbrooks, at 2.
Bearded Taylor, of Cherrytree Road, Huyton, and blond Spendlove, of Brandearth Hey, Stockbridge Village, both Huyton, both spoke only to confirm their identities.
To support the Langley Park Cricket Club send tokens to Keith Smith,19 Cherrytree Drive, Langley Park, County Durham, DH7 9FX.
The 50-year-old victim was approached by the men as he left the Cherrytree social club, in Lythalls Lane, Holbrooks at about 11pm.
July 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- 13-year-old singer songwriter Skylar Stecker has signed with pop alternative label Cherrytree Records / Interscope.
Fire fighters spent an hour tackling the blaze at Cherrytree Road, Moreton, at 5.
Cherrytree Close in Killingworth, North Tyneside, has become an event on the North East festive calendar as dozens of residents illuminate their properties in December.
Janice Bowden, the caretaker at Cherrytree Cottage in Hickling said: "One or two footpaths were closed and the nature reserve here was partly off-limits for a while but everything is opening up again now.