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Ber·ry

(ber'ē),
James, Canadian surgeon, 1860-1946. See: Berry ligaments.

berry

/ber·ry/ (ber´e) a small fruit with a succulent pericarp.
bear berry  bearberry.

berry

a type of succulent, fleshy FRUIT produced by some plants, in which seeds are embedded in the pulp. The fruit is formed from the swollen tissue of the PERICARP. Examples of berries include tomato, grape, date, gooseberry, citrus fruits.
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Arthur just has to find a way to get that berry home if he is going to get to relish the flavorsome treat.
The transaction is structured as a stock-for-stock merger between LinnCo and Berry which is expected to be tax-free to Berry stockholders.
You can make the most out of the space because you can easily grow 36 Berry trees at the same time, with three kinds of mulches to choose from.
In the first chapter, Oehlschlaeger addresses himself to learning "a language of practices, particulars, and virtues" from Berry and then considering in turn several of the virtues--such as "prudence, courage, justice, equity, and friendship"--that are central to Berry's vision (10).
the event will include a special one-day workshop series, "The Berry Sessions," that will give attendees a full board of information on how to communicate the message of berries and health to their customers.
Some then got normal food, while others ate a similar chow of which 5 percent was one of the types of berry in dehydrated form.
Little research has been done on the bioavailability of berry compounds, but some new findings were presented at the symposium.
According to a Finnish study published in the February issue of The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, berry consumption is associated with several cardiovascular benefits, including lower blood pressure and higher HDL ("good") cholesterol.
The berry category includes blackberries, blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, currants and other berries.
After these pleasantries and unpleasantries, Berry said he wanted to talk to me about the Comment I wrote last month entitled "Our Sinful Economy.
Athletic director Paul Berry has high hopes for cross country coach Zach Schroeder.