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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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During the springs of 2011 and 2012, we conducted field studies to evaluate patterns of distribution of SWD in citrus and sweet cherries in the southern San Joaquin Valley.
But keep in mind that tart cherries are not the cherries you are likely to see at the grocery store, which will almost certainly be sweet cherries.
1), two of them, A and B, for sweet cherries and four, B, C, D and E, for sour cherries.
Sweet cherries and tart (sour) cherries both contain melatonin, antioxidants, and anti-inflammatory nutrients, although tart cherries contain more.
Among sweet cherries, 'Stella,' 'Black Gold,' 'White Gold' and 'Tehranivee' are self-fertile and do well when grafted onto space-saving dwarfing rootstocks.
A cup of sweet cherries with pits has about 74 calories, 19 grams carbohydrate, 2.
The Evans cherry produces large clusters of big, sweet cherries that are said to rival B.
Substitute apricots, peeled peaches, or seeded and halved sweet cherries if you like.
Which is why what gets deemed pornography is fascinating and why it has punctuated the decade's art--from the sweet cherries of Richard Kern and Nobuyoshi Araki to Jeff Burton.
Grower prices for fresh sweet cherries will be pressured by this year's large crop, but the crop's good quality and continued strong export demand will help limit price declines.
My husband developed the following article because the "experts" tell people in our area not to bother trying to raise peaches and sweet cherries.
Washington State alone produces 12 varieties of cherries, which make up 60 percent of sweet cherries in the country.