- n. Plural form of cranberry.
“Jane: Yeah, but that deficit was more than offset by surpluses of $4.9 million in cranberries and $16.5 million in sweet potatoes.”
“Stir in cranberries, orange juice and maple syrup.”
“A group of tannins found primarily in cranberries and cranberry juice show promise as alternatives to antibiotics due to their ability to transform E. coli bacteria in ways that render them unable to adhere to cells, a necessary first step in all infections.”
“Mountain cranberries only grow in two states -- Georgia and Virginia.”
“Stir in cranberries and remaining bourbon (any that hasn’t been absorbed into the cranberries but is still in the dish).”
“I like the idea of cranberries in it, kind of reminds me of Thanksgiving.”
“Love the idea of cranberries and pecans in the mix.”
“I also love the idea of cranberries in this recipe.”
“He says they weren't grapes but were mountain cranberries.”
“The man agreed to meet Carleo at the lavish Bellagio casino, where in early December a gunman had swiped $1.5 million in casino chips, including $25,000 chips known as cranberries, and sped off on a motorcycle.”
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includes words of the "Prodcom list"
Sparkling words I love :3
Looking for tweets for cranberries.