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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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June 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- For many years, sweet cherries have been commercially classified in two ways at grocery stores -- dark sweet and Rainier -- but now, a rare new cherry has created cause for a new classification due to its unique attributes and sweet flavor that set it apart from the rest.
3 SWEET cherries can be firm and dry, as in the white-fleshed Napoleon which are used for candying into glace cherries, or they can be soft and juicy such as the popular Sunburst variety.
Kashmiri cherries are always in high demand and enjoy a virtual monopoly, as the fruits from the State are preferred across the country for their taste and quality.
Dwarf Montmorency cherries were recently grown by a city farmer without bird nets.
1 GO SAVOURY cherries are great additions to summer salads.
We believe that the technology on this line will help us improve returns to the land through better sizing and sorting of cherries, while simultaneously reducing sorting costs.
But the super ingredient of the day was Hammana's famous cherries, and in keeping with the theme, the Hamzas had made their special cherry-apple-grape concoction.
Bubbling with juicy cherries, this deliciously crisp drink can be drunk straight or used as a mixer.
The tree is smaller than the wild cherry (growing to a height of 4--10 m), has twiggy branches, and its crimson-to-near-black cherries are borne upon shorter stalks.
ISLAMABAD -- Eating cherries can reduce the risk of gout attacks, a study has suggested.
Leave the Maraschino cherries for the kids because the plump, sweet, juicy Bing cherries used in the jars of Bada Bing Cherries from Tillen Farms are strictly for grown-up tastes.
Boon Kriek is made from old and young Lambic matured in oak barrels, with the addition of fresh cherries.