Recent Examples of mango from the Web
After Areva’s restructuring, EDF in 2016 signed an initial pact with the Indian atomic energy producer to supply six reactors at Jaitapur, a small town on India’s western coast known for its mango and coconut orchards.
Top three beers: Obscured NEIPA — Nice tropical, mango, strawberry aroma.
Nisha is living in a soon-to-be-Pakistani town in a house surrounded by mango trees.
Combine mango and spinach in a blender with 1/2 cup water; blend until smooth. 3.
Alaskans are lusting after fresh fruits and vegetables right now, fantasizing about the pepper and snap of an arugula stem and the sweet acid of a mango.
Creamy and savory, with curry paste and mango chutney in the mix.
On the food side, the new release includes a mango, leafy greens, a bagel, salt, a moon cake, and a pink cupcake.
Acres and acres of palms and mango trees cover the sloping hills.
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