cherry

The most popular fruitwood for furniture-making as it is hard and even-textured, with a superficial resemblance to mahogany, and polishes to a good finish. The cut wood of the British species varies in colour from pinkish-yellow to red-brown. Cherry was used particularly on the turned members of country-made chairs and tables in the 17th and 18th c …...

Cherry

The cherry is the fruit of many plants of the genus Prunus, and is a fleshy drupe (stone fruit). The cherry fruits of commerce are usually obtained from a limited number of species such as cultivars of the sweet cherry, Prunus avium. The name `cherry` also refers to the cherry tree, and is sometimes applied to almonds and visually similar flower.....
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Cherry

(Europe and USA) A reddish veneer. Width 8-10 inches.
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Cherry

(Prunus) Prunus is the botanical name for a large group of deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs. These popular plants are greatly valued for their delicious, edible fruits, gorgeous spring blossoms and some, for their colorful foliage; some varieties are grown for decoration alone, since all do not produce edible fruits. Numerous varieties have...
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cherry

[n] - wood of any of various cherry trees especially the black cherry 2. [n] - any of numerous trees and shrubs producing a small fleshy round fruit with a single hard stone 3. [n] - fruit with a single hard stone
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Cherry

• (n.) A tree or shrub of the genus Prunus (Which also includes the plum) bearing a fleshy drupe with a bony stone; • (n.) The common garden cherry (Prunus Cerasus), of which several hundred varieties are cultivated for the fruit, some of which are, the begarreau, blackheart, black Tartarian, oxheart, morelle or morello, May-duke (corrupt...
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cherry

noun a red fruit with a single hard stone
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Cherry

[given name] Cherry is a given name. Notable people with the name include: ...
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Cherry

[wrestler] After becoming interested in wrestling, Drew worked on the independent circuit under the ring names Miss Kara and Kara Slice. She was assigned to WWE`s developmental territory Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) in Louisville, Kentucky in 2005, to continue her wrestling training. While situated at OVW, she used the name Cherry Pie, and s...
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Cherry

[Yui song] `Cherry` (parsed as CHE.R.RY) is the eighth single of singer/songwriter Yui released March 7, 2007. It broke her personal record for highest first week sales, exceeding the 75,390 copies sold during the first week of sales for Rolling Star. This song also overtook Hikaru Utada`s Flavor of Life for number one on Chaku-Uta download...
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Cherry

Cher'ry (chĕr'rȳ) noun [ Middle English chery , for cherys , from French cerise (cf. Anglo-Saxon cyrs cherry), from Late Latin ceresia , from Latin cerasus Cherry tree, Greek keraso`s , perhaps from ke`ras horn, from the h...
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cherry

Any of a group of fruit-bearing trees distinguished from plums and apricots by their fruits, which are round and smooth and not covered with a bloom. They are cultivated in temperate regions with warm summers and grow best in deep fertile soil. (Genus Prunus, family Rosaceae.)
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Cherry

Any of a variety of fruit grown on a shrub or also on small shrub-like tree that are not considered domestic tree cherries. Some of the varieties of Bush Cherries include the Nanking cherry, Hansen's Bush cherry, Pin cherry, Sand cherry, Joy Cherry, Chinese Bush cherry, Korean Bush cherry, and also the Chokecherry. Bush cherries are universally use...
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Cherry

Any of a variety of fruit grown on a shrub or also on small shrub-like tree that are not considered domestic tree cherries. Some of the varieties of Bush Cherries include the Nanking cherry, Hansen's Bush cherry, Pin cherry, Sand cherry, Joy Cherry, Chinese Bush cherry, Korean Bush cherry, and also the Chokecherry. Bush cherries are universally use...
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cherry

any of various trees belonging to species of Prunus and their edible fruits. Most cherry species are native to the Northern Hemisphere, where they ... [4 related articles]
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Cherry

Cherry is slang for virginity or the hymen as its symbol.
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cherry

cherry, name for several species of trees or shrubs of the genus Prunus (a few are sometimes classed as Padus) of the family Rosaceae (rose family) and for their fruits. The small, round red to black fruits are botanically designated drupes, or stone fruits, as are those of the closely related peach...
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Cherry

Chopping the front pin of a spare leave while a pin behind and/or to the left or right remains standing. (chop)
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Cherry

Common term for the fruit of the coffee tree. Each cherry contains two regular coffee beans, or one
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Cherry

Hardwood obtained from the cherry tree used in furniture construction.
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Cherry

Missing a spare cluster by taking the front pin or pins only; it usually means that the ball hit too
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Cherry

The (red) cricket ball, particularly the new ball.
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Cherry

The cherry is a fruit tree of of the prune or plum tribe, the family Rosaceae. Cherry is very ornamental and therefore much cultivated in shrubberies. It is a native of most temperate countries of the northern hemisphere, and in Britain is quite common in the wild state, besides being cultivated for its fruit.
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cherry

The most popular fruitwood for furniture-making as it is hard and even-textured, with a superficial resemblance to mahogany, and polishes to a good finish. The cut wood of the British species varies in colour from pinkish-yellow to red-brown. Cherry was used particularly on the turned members of country-made chairs and tables in the 17th and 18th ....
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cherry

There are now 250 different kinds, which vary in color, size, and taste. There are two main groups of cherries, ­sweet and sour.
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