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- n. Plural form of melon.
- n. Breasts.
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March, melons and Sandyas (_water melons_) are particularly fine.
Would you bring melons from the south of France because they taste better (they do by the way)?
Something about that voice complimenting a woman's melons is ... fantastically creepie
We went through El Paso Real, Jalisco a week ago and bought some great melons from the workers loading their trucks to take to the large markets.
The melons were the same as always, but welcome nonetheless, as was the tasty bread.
They ate pumpkin-pie, made with their own pumpkins, and thought them the most delicious pumpkins that ever grew; and their melons were the sweetest melons they ever tasted in all their lives.
The Bridgeton friends responded nobly and my melons were the cynosure of the great camp.
Fifty Years in the Gospel Ministry from 1864 to 1914. Twenty-seven Years in the Pastorate; Sixteen Years' Active Service as Chaplain in the U. S. Army; Seven Years Professor in Wilberforce University; Two Trips to Europe; A Trip in Mexico.
The proper time to sow for under-ground melons, that is, such as are grown without linings, is from the twenty-fifth of March to the twentieth of June; observing, at the same time, that those which are sown in March will require stronger beds than those that are set three weeks or a month later.
For agriculture, the report found that higher temperatures will mean a longer growing season for crops that do well in heat such as melons, okra and sweet potatoes, but a shorter growing season for crops such as lettuce and broccoli that are more suited to cooler conditions.
Others are edible only when they obtain the perfection of their existence, such as melons and fruits, and the majority of the beasts which furnish us with animal food.
The physiology of taste; or Transcendental gastronomy. Illustrated by anecdotes of distinguished artists and statesmen of both continents by Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin. Translated from the last Paris edition by Fayette Robinson.
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