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fruit

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The structure formed from the ovary of a flower, usually after the ovules have been fertilized (see also parthenocarpy). It consists of the fruit wall (see pericarp) enclosing the seed(s)....

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Middle Eastern Influences On American Food

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The Middle East is where so many crops, such as wheat, barley, onions, peas and lentils, were domesticated in ancient times, as well as animals, including sheep and probably cattle ...

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plum

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Originally used as a name for all dried fruit (see fruit, dried), now used specifically for fruit of various species of Prunus, which were originally called prunes. Common European plums...

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plumcot

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A cross between plum and apricot.

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