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Tree species affected by the 2015 proposal include elms, sycamores, maples, box elders, catalpa and mulberries, among others.
The opening ceremony of the annual Tibetan horse festival here officially begins by lighting a bundle of mulberry branches at the north end of the stadium, which sits in a treeless valley ringed by rolling hills.
Ancient Italian trullo in Puglia countryside If reading in a hammock overlooking the southern Italian countryside and walking among almond, fig, cherry, and mulberry trees sounds like your kind of thing, this is your spot.
Don’t skip the pantry and farmers’ market section, with delicacies like Persian mulberries and yuzu kosho.
Available in bright avocado, dark mulberry, mineral gray, twilight blue, and warm red.
Fruit-sellers line the roads, peddling melons and mulberries in the heat of the day.
Mix in mission figs, Turkish figs, apricots, mulberries, goji berries, raisins, and salted chickpeas.
In 2003, Crayola bid goodbye to blizzard blue, magic mint, mulberry and teal -- though amid a hue and cry, fans were able to rescue burnt sienna.
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Origin and Etymology of mulberry
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
MULBERRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mulberry for English Language Learners
: a type of tree that has purple berries that can be eaten
: a berry from a mulberry tree
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