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- n. The lingonberry or cowberry, Vaccinium vitis-idaea.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A plant of the genus Rhagodia.
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- n. small spiny evergreen shrub of western United States and Mexico with minute flowers and bright red berries
- n. North American perennial herb with alternately compound leaves and racemes of small white flowers followed by bright red oval poisonous berries
Coniferous forest with twoneedle pinyon Pinus edulis, checkerbark and redberry junipers Juniperus deppeana and J. pinchotii is found at higher elevations.
The mesa tops are sparsely covered by honey mesquite brush and either redberry or Ashe juniper.
Along the escarpments, redberry junipers grow on the rimrock and cliff faces, along with skunkbush sumac, ephedra, mountain mahogany, plum, grape, and clematis.
Other arid-land shrubs become more common: lotebush, lechuguilla, sotol, and redberry juniper.
They drained the pitcher of redberry juice, and as promised Horas had to wipe tears off his face.
Khelaya returned with a platter of fresh egg toast and ham slices, and a small pitcher of redberry syrup.
Yet she and her aunt had been pleasant, certainly not pushy, and the amount of redberry that they had brought had been closer to five bushels.
Most of the crew had eaten, but Kharl managed to scrounge enough bread, and some cheese, and a soft pearapple, as well as a mug of redberry.
"It's a sweetened redberry cider, " Lyras explained.
When Burning Tower found a patch of redberry brambles, she called him.
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