Melon sentence example

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  • Of the melon and cucumber there are both bitter and sweet varieties.
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  • There were exotic cheeses, a crusty baguette, hard salami and melon wrapped in prosciutto.
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  • The principal of these are the vinery, peach house, cucumber and melon house and orchard house.
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  • Next comes the Stura, which rises in the glaciers of the Roche Melon; then the Orca, flowing through the Val di Locana; and then the Dora Baltea, one of the greatest of all the Alpine tributaries of the Po, which has its source in the glaciers of Mont Blanc, above Courmayeur, and thence descends through the Val d'Aosta for about 70 m.
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  • Orange liqueur flamed chocolate fondue is served with strawberries, apples, melon, banana, pineapple, pound cake, and marshmallows.
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  • White bryony is a member of the melon family and black bryony is a member of the yarn family.
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  • Instead of cakes or biscuits, try having a currant bun, a slice of melon or some malt loaf with low-fat spread.
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  • Children at adult parties: you have a long, green, fizzy Melon Collins, they have a flat-looking cola.
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  • A plot so juicy you could call it a melon and genuinely empathetic characterisation.
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  • Never has so much water melon been consumed by so few.
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  • The fruit also has a sweet scent like a ripe melon.
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  • And multiple clinical studies have clearly established the role of bitter melon in people with diabetes.
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  • I felt the weight of it in my hand like a large, furry melon.
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  • Best enjoyed, IMHO, with honeydew melon, white cheese and a nice bit of fish.
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  • In the autumn of 2001, two isolates were collected from a severely blighted pear melon field near the town of Baños.
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  • I think Mojo's water melon is filled with liquor for the company mixer he never attended.
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  • Cut the melon in half, scoop out the seeds and remove the rind.
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  • Typical aromas are poached pears, white peach, winter melon and ginger spice.
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  • It was the scene of two naval battles of the t Transverse section of the fruit of the melon (Cucumis melo), showing the placentas (p1), with the seeds attached to them.
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  • The list of seeds given for the southern states in January may now be used at the north, while for most of the southern states tender vegetables, such as egg plant, okra, sweet potatoes, melon, squash, potatoes, tomatoes, &c., may be sown and planted.
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  • Seeds of Lima beans, sweet corn, melon, okra, cucumbers, &c., should be sown; and sow for succession peas, spinach, lettuce, beans, radishes, &c., every ten days.
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  • - Transverse section of the fruit of the Melon (Cucumis Melo), showing the placentas with the seeds attached to them.
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  • Alternatives were a vol-au-vent filled with mushrooms and smoked bacon in a cream and garlic sauce; or melon and orange.
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  • Melon bowls-Melon bowls are easy to make.
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  • Create wheels by adding orange or grapefruit slices to the side of the melon with toothpicks.
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  • Combine the vodka, melon liqueur and juice.
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  • Bitter Melon or charantia is actually a fruit which may help to reduce blood sugar levels in diabetic patients.
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  • Clinical studies conducted in both China and Thailand have suggested that Bitter Melon may be useful for this purpose in treating diabetics.
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  • Bitter Melon is also thought to exhibit antibacterial and antiviral properties.
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  • Decorator's Choice has contemporary patterns with modern designs in attractive new colors such as camel, coco leaf, moss, avocado, butter, deep orange, melon, deep lavender, jet black and crimson.
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  • Most are variegated with the underside of the shell often having a melon or russet color.
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  • Kick for women is both fruity and sweet, boasting melon, pair, mandarin, peony, peach, vanilla and passion fruit notes.
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  • The melon daiquiri has sake instead of rum and actual melons blended in.
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  • There is vegetable rennet, which is made from enzymes found in safflower, melon, fig leaves or thistles, and there is microbial rennet, which is made from mold cultures or bacteria or are created artificially in a lab.
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  • For example, try a fancy spin on ham (like prosciutto-wrapped melon?) for a spring fete, or a tasty fruitcake as your groom's cake around the holidays.
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  • They turn from green to brown when the melon is ripe.
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  • Another way to tell if your watermelon is ready to harvest is to look at the skin of the melon.
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  • Try Sugar Baby, a popular sweet melon, or Yellow Doll, a watermelon with yellow flesh.
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  • Some varieties of small melon, like the "Minnesota Midget" variety of cantaloupe, can be grown in a pot.
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  • In the case of squash or melon plants, planting marigolds to repel squash bugs is a pretty easy call.
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  • Try more unusual fruits like 1/4 pomegranate or melon, berries when in season.
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  • This soft cotton knit shirt is comes in coral melon, pale lupine, pale navy and true navy.
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  • Muscadet: Known for white wines made from the Melon de Bourgogne grape, the region produces tangy, slightly effervescent whites.
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  • The ripe nose tells a different story showing lush melon, peach and banana flavors.
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  • With flavors of ripe melon and butterscotch with notes of minerality, the Wine News rated this Chardonnay at 87 points.
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  • Showing lively acidity and plenty of lemon, lime and tart apple, the 2004 is much less ripe than the 2003, which displayed lush melon and stone fruit.
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  • Not that we've figured it out up here, apparently some of the Pinot Blanc grown in California is Melon de Bourgogne, go figure.
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  • Melon de Bourgogne originated in Burgundy and is widely grown in the Loire where it is often referred to as Muscadet, and go figure again.
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  • In Oregon it goes by the Pinot Gris tag, and they are solid white wines with seductive appeal of spiciness, aromatics, and melon or pear fruit flavors.
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  • The Semillon adds femininity, with melon and floral attributes and some other oddball but seductive bits.
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  • Even through the salty air, I could whiff the wine's bright citrus, melon, wild meadow aromas, and some honeysuckle blossoms.
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  • The rich palate formed in traditional Sauvignon Blanc style with lemon-grapefruit brightness, granite minerals, and turning round with buttery vanilla and again with honeydew melon, apricots, and fragrant honeysuckle.
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  • The palate is fruit-rich with apple and melon flavors and just the right amount of tang.
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  • Class citrus notes prevail, but the richness gives it a fig-like and melon flavor.
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  • It has a fruity aroma with a melon and citrus aftertaste.
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  • This wine punch can be served with citrus fruit, stone fruits, and even melon.
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  • Mushroom: Rich, elemental and sensuous, the layered frappé pattern is rendered in colors of clove, sand dollar, vanilla and melon.
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  • Pine Meadows offers many excellent suggestions for how to make your own soap, including recipes for cucumber melon, oats and honey, or cranberry raspberry soap.
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  • For a different look, try making a bouquet of balloons, or skewer fresh fruit on a pineapple or melon base.
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  • Combine grapefruit with fresh melon and blueberries for a delicious fat burning fruit salad.
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  • One cup of melon balls has approximately 60 calories.
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  • Cubes or balls of the melon can be placed in Tupperware or a Ziploc bag for a quick hit of energy on the go.
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  • However, SUSTA contains antioxidant-rich extracts from cinnamon, goji berry, bitter melon and grapeseed, so anyone who is allergic to these components should take note.
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  • The Open Learning Initiative operates in conjunction with Carnegie Melon, and here you'll find the French course divided into two sections: French One and French Two.
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  • This online tool is run in conjunction with Carnegie Melon and as such, is treated as a serious course of study.
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  • What was before a fudgey sauce is now a hardened truffle center that you can scoop into balls using a melon baller.
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  • Once it has achieved this consistency, scoop it out using a melon baller or tablespoon and roll it in cocoa powder, nuts or powdered sugar to create truffles.
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  • The first person to successfully swim with the melon to the side of the pool and place it on the ground without dropping it wins.
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  • The frame ground, including melon and pine pits, should occupy some well-sheltered spot in the slips, or on one side of the garden, and adjoining to this may be found a suitable site for the compost ground, in which the various kinds of soils are kept in store, and in which also composts may be prepared.
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  • Cucumber and melon plants and vines reared from eyes are sometimes started in this way, both for the reason above mentioned and because it prevents the curling of the roots apt to take place in plants raised in pots.
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  • The basbab or calabash tree, known in the eastern Sudan as the tebeldi and locally Homr, is fairly common and being naturally hollow the trees collect water, which the natives regularly tap. Another common source of water supply is a small kind of water melon which grows wild and is also cultivated.
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  • Among cultivated fruits are the following: - Mango (Mangifera indica), plantain (Musa paradisiaca), pine-apple (Ananassa sativa), pomegranate (Punica Granatum), guava (Psidium pomiferum and P. pyriferum), tamarind (Tamarindus indica), jack (Artocarpus integrifolia), custard-apple (Anona squamosa), papaw (Carica Papaya), shaddock (Citrus decumana), and several varieties of fig, melon, orange, lime and citron.
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  • Considerable attention is also given to fruit cultivation in these subtropical provinces, where the orange, lemon, fig, melon, pineapple and banana are produced with much success.
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  • Beyond the Chakhansur limits, southward or up to the Helmund, there is probably no cultivation save that obtained on the river bank, and ordinarily illustrated by patches of wheat and barley with melon beds.
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