In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- In a large mixing bowl, combine cherries, blackberries, sugar, vanilla, lemon zest, and corn starch.
- I was going to wax lyrical about my weekend, walking round the estate picking blackberries, apples and Damsons.
- A certain amount of blackberries were kept for jam making but some people mixed apples with the blackberries and ruined the true flavour of the jam.
- Sweet muscadine grapes, blackberries, apples, jujubes and a host of other fruits will be available at these upcoming sales.
- Cantaloupe is a perfect mix with other melons and fruit - kiwi, bananas, blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, grapes and raspberries, to name a few.
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- The big improvement in my life recently has been my BlackBerry, which allows me to check my e-mails throughout the day.
- Friends kept him apprised of developments by sending e-mail messages to his BlackBerry.
- Despite security concerns, he says they'll have to pry his BlackBerry out of his hands.
- Against the advice of his lawyers, he appears poised to keep his beloved BlackBerry, a link to the outside world.
- She snapped pictures of the girl on her BlackBerry.
- They BlackBerried each other deep into the night.
- Sometimes we're in a meeting talking to each other and BlackBerrying each other at the same time.
- "You'll have half the participants BlackBerrying each other at a submeeting, with a running commentary on the primary meeting," Mr. Reines said.
- And thanks again for BlackBerrying me the Rick Warren questions while I was in the so-called cone of silence.
- As much as he loved being CEO, as much as he loved being responsible and making decisions and BlackBerrying furiously from bed or beach, it had been a terribly stressful time.
- Clearly, they're able to take BlackBerrying to a whole new level.
- Anyway, BlackBerried in sick this morning, crawled back into bed and went back to sleep.
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