In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Notably, however, the remains present are fruit stones and nutshells, items that would have been discarded during the final preparation of a meal or at the time of consumption.
- Similarly, hickory, walnut, and acorn nutshells have been recovered from Late Paleoindian and Early Archaic contexts at the Hester site, Smith's Ferry, Pickens County, and Rodgers Shelter.
- It is made from the luohan guo, a round brown fruit with crisp nutshells.
- Soon their way veered from the shoreline, and they walked under large canopies of beech trees that dropped nutshells at their feet.
- Fruits and vegetables were available at the time according to the discovery on the same site of fruit stones, nutshells and more stools containing leeks and other vegetable matter.
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