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aril

a botanical term used to denote an accessory seed coating that may form a fleshy, cuplike structure around the immature seed (ovule), as in yew and nutmeg. The aril is often brightly colored and edible.

aril

A specialised fleshy outgrowth from the funiculus (the attachment point of a seed), which covers or is attached to the seed in some plants.

aril (arˑ·l),

n a fleshy, often colorful and edible covering that surrounds immature seeds in many plant species.
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First you need to smash the fruit on the table to loosen the arils, then when you open it up and squeeze it the arils should come out easily.
The proposed gas price increase does not take into account the 11% discount Bulgaria is supposed to get from Russia from Aril 1 because the agreement has not been finalized.
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The dead farmers were identified as Ramdas Dhale of Chicholi village, Ajabrao Meshram of Shivani village, Ramnna Pedkulwar of Aril village, all from Yavatmal district, Parvatibai Kadel of Poharadevi village in Washim district and Shriram Kakad of Sategaon village in Amaravati district.
Because practitioners in the sciences need precision when speaking or writing formally, the botanical term of choice for both true seeds as well as those carrying extra parts is disseminule, a catchall term that covers all variations of reproductive packages, botanically known by terms such as aril, achene, capsule, caryopsis, nut, drupe, and true seed (Figure 4).
The exhibition will continue for visitors till 28th Aril 2012.
Last Wednesday, Aril 11th, Israeli authorities arrested the peace activists Georgio and Abdul Aal from the old city in Hebron, while they were participating in Bi'in's seventh conference for popular resistance.
All except the berry or aril but be careful, the seed inside the aril is poisonous along with the leaf, stem and trunk.
Juice from the aril (seed cover) of the pomegranate can provide about 16% of an adult's daily vitamin C requirement per 100 ml serving.
sapida may be eaten raw (without the pink raphe attaching the aril to the seed) or after cooking when it resembles scrambled eggs.
The contest will be open from January 31, to Aril 3, 2011.