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Burt's Bees is a cult favorite, and this pack has all-natural scents in pink grapefruit, strawberry, coconut pear, and wild cherry.
From the car, somewhere on the road back to Michigan, Loretta sent Alana a cell phone photo; the mother and daughter looked shockingly alike when the light was just right, their long, strawberry blond hair and blue eyes their most striking features.
Joubert’s Chauvet Cuvée, smells like white-capped strawberries, white sand, and lime.
At the market, Davis will have red and green cabbage, cucumbers, kohlrabi, beets, cauliflower, broccoli, lettuce, salad mix, collards, kale, strawberries, carrots, potatoes, spaghetti squash and acorn squash.
But particularly for tomatoes and strawberries, Lochridge said, some fields about to be planted were damaged.
The next half hour just take a few deep breaths, try to process it and enjoy the moment, devour the strawberries, so to speak.
Pour into a blender, then add the strawberries; purée until smooth.
Students noted the sourness of the cranberries and green apples versus the strawberries used in last year’s dessert.
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Origin and Etymology of strawberry
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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