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  • Indian Gooseberry is a source of Vitamin C and has shown in vitro antiviral and antimicrobial properties.

    Indian Gooseberry Grows Profits for Farmers

  • The taste of Indian Gooseberry is sour, bitter and is quite fibrous.

    Indian Gooseberry Grows Profits for Farmers

  • The Indian Gooseberry is also used to straighten hair and is traditionally believed to prevent premature grey hair.

    Indian Gooseberry Grows Profits for Farmers

  • Until Jo had asked him to leave, Cork had been quite happy to call Gooseberry Lane his home, and the people who lived there his neighbors.

    IRON LAKE

  • Fark.com publisher Drew Curtis says he's settled a nonsensical suit brought by something called Gooseberry Natural Resources LLC, which claimed Curtis' site and a host of others had infringed a patent for "news release generation."

  • Corcoran O’Connor lived in an old two-story frame house on an old residential street in Aurora called Gooseberry Lane.

    Red Knife

  • "They call the poor little wretch 'Gooseberry' at the office," he said.

    The Moonstone

  • Moorhead is a good town in part because its leadership through the decades has supported priceless and unique amenities such as Gooseberry Park, the Rourke and the Hjemkomst Center, to name just three of the city's gems.

    Homepage | INFORUM | Fargo, ND

  • It was called the Gooseberry Spring or the Blackthorn Spring. [

    The Life of Joan of Arc, Vol. 1 and 2

  • "Gooseberry," said the Sergeant, patting his head, "you have got something in that small skull of yours -- and it isn't cotton-wool.

    The Moonstone

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