- n. Any of various species of hummingbird of the genus Anthracothorax, such as the Jamaican mango.
“His father said to him pointing at an immature mango hanging from the mango tree, You see that Mango son?”
“There are a lot of delicious ways to eat mango, but the Pickle with Mango and Amaranth Leaves from Srivalli at Cooking 4 All Seasons is one of the most intriguing uses for mango that I've seen for a long time.”
“When she called PCH, she was instructed to call a "Dr. Moore" and use the code word "Mango," which she did, only to be told she needed to send $450 via Western Union to receive her new car.”
“So I spent the afternoon with 50 - 100 others hanging out in Mango trees, standing on ladders & scaffolding drinking beer so we could watch the game.”
“Penney has taken similar steps with Sephora makeup boutiques and by bringing in a collection from European fashion label Mango.”
“The duo's fame was pretty much restricted to Senegal until 1994, when a guest spot on Baaba Maal's 'Firin' In Fouta 'album led to Baaba's label Mango (Island Records' now defunct World Music imprint) signing them.”
“Tulca has been given the go-ahead to launch a low-cost domestic airliner - to be called Mango - later this month, amid private companies 'fears of unfair competition.”
“We found Igubo's sons -- the eldest of whom was called Mango and the other Paulo -- creeping along the banks at a little distance down the river.”
“The Mango is a Fruit brought to us from the _East Indies, _ about the Shape and Bigness of a small Melon; it has a large Stone in it, and comes to us in a Pickle, which is strong tasted of Garlick, but approved by most”
“The Mango is a sneaker; the flavor doesn't really hit your mouth until you swallow your first bite.”
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