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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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Fiordellisi has already secured agreements with the Foundry and Naked Angels to use the Cherry Pit for their productions in the coming year.
4) The next weekend you are visiting a cherry orchard and notice broken cherry pits on the ground and see a flash of yellow moving around the trees.
Plant source foods that are high in B17, but do not cause cyanide toxicity in "tiny amounts," are the following (suggested ways of intake in parentheses): apricot and peach nuts (one to two crushed nuts in tea), a few bitter almonds (whole or in tea), apple seeds (2 or 3 in tea), black cherry bark (tea), borage (tea), plum pit (crushed in tea), red clover (tea), cherry pits (crushed in tea), and yew bark (tea).
In each of their businesses, they look for ways to utilize environmentally friendly practices, such as factory heating stoves that burn cherry pits and waste corn collected from cleaning silos.
Stone-age man must have enjoyed cherries as much as modern man, as evidenced by cherry pits left behind in Stone Age caves.
For consecutive afternoons, the ladder would give me elevation and an instep ache, the gloves some detachment from stain and stickiness, the bucket harvest, and the pitter some protection of our teeth from cherry pits.
Corn stoves burn shelled corn (or wood pellets, cherry pits or waste paper pellets)in a clean manner, costing much less to operate than natural gas, heating fuel or other traditional heating methods.
Legal action by consumers who have incurred dental problems on cherry pits is a constant threat for processors and foodservice purveyors, many of whom have shied away from cherry products for that reason.
One Taiwanese company sent her freeze-dried bananas; a glass manufacturer delivered 1400 pounds of glass bricks; dried olive, peach, apricot and cherry pits arrived from California and were quickly incorporated into her students' collages
To find the right blasting material,Strauss tried out a wide range of substances, including cherry pits, plastic beads, salt, rice and even sugar.