Passion Fruit

Passion fruit was mid-20th century British slang for the testicles.
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Passion Fruit

Passion fruit was mid-20th century British slang for the testicles.
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Passion Fruit

(Passiflora) This group consists of about 350, tender, evergreen and deciduous, climbing plants that are mainly natives of tropical South America. Their slim stems, which climb by means of tendrils, can grow 20-30 feet in length and are clothed with small, dark green leaves. Their beautiful flowers are 3-5 inches in diameter and are borne singly on...
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passion fruit

[n] - egg-shaped tropical fruit of certain passionflower vines
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passion fruit

noun egg-shaped tropical fruit of certain passionflower vines; used for sherbets and confectionery and drinks
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Passion Fruit

A tropical fruit native to Brazil, but now grown in the U.S, New Zealand, and Australia. The flavor is sweet, yet tart, and has a perfumy tropical fragrance. Used as a table fruit, as well as for sherbets, candies, and beverages.
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Passion Fruit

Passion fruit is the name given to the edible fruit of the Passion flower.
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Passion Fruit

A tropical fruit native to Brazil, but now grown in the U.S, New Zealand, and Australia. The flavor is sweet, yet tart, and has a perfumy tropical fragrance. Used as a table fruit, as well as for sherbets, candies, and beverages.
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Passion Fruit

Passion fruit (Portuguese: maracujá; Spanish: maracuyá) comes from passion flower vines and plants of the genus Pass flora, native to tropical and sub-tropical America. The members of this genus produce good flowers that are extensively cultivated outside their natural range.
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Passion Fruit

Passion fruit (Portuguese: maracuj�; Spanish: maracuy�) comes from passion flower vines and plants of the genus Pass flora, native to tropical and sub-tropical America. The members of this genus produce good flowers that are extensively cultivated outside their natural range.
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Passion Fruit

[song] `Passion Fruit` is Fujifabric`s 9th single. The single was released in two versions: a normal version and a limited edition first press version which featured the extra song `Cheese Burger`. ==Track listing== ==Chart positions== ...
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Passion Fruit

A liqueur made in Hawaii from peaches or mangos.
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Passion Fruit

Native to Brazil, passion fruit is the edible fruit of the passion flower. The name resulted after early Spanish missionaries saw the passion flower during Lent and Easter. They named it in honor of the passion of Christ. The fruit is small and round, the size of a large egg, with red, yellow, or purple-brown skin, yellow flesh and many small black...
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