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Referring to a mass or appearance characterised by a rounded mass with multiple superficial bossellations, which has been likened to a mulberry or cluster of grapes
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Mulberries, like pomegranates or apples, are among those fruits whose ancient allure is chronicled in Roman mythology.
So today, the country has mulberries to thank -- indirectly -- for its Francophile character.
Freezing ice cubes with bits of lemon rind and whole mulberries also adds a little elegance to this summertime drink.
We conducted continuous focal scans on 64 American Robins (38 adult scans and 26 juvenile scans) foraging for mulberries on trees scattered throughout the 27.
We recorded four behaviors to assess the ability of juveniles and adults to forage for mulberries.
Mulberries are widely regarded as one of the most nutritionally substantive fruits available to consumers.