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- n. Australia, New Zealand A type of melon, Cucumis melo reticulatus, with sweet orange flesh and a rough skin resembling netting.
“Cue pulped nerves, jellied muscle and a haematoma the size of half a rockmelon.”
“In my own experience,, if one suffers from reflux periodically (as do i sometimes even after the blandest of foods), Watermelon, rockmelon, honeydue or cucumber provide instant relief.”
“I eat rockmelon cantelope, in your strange American-speak once every now and then for the same reason.”
“A devastated Mr Dabelstein, who travels 40,000km a year searching for the best produce, said for the first time in 40 years they could not show rockmelon, watermelon, pine melon and gourds including squash and cattle pumpkins for their exhibit, which has won people's choice and best display in recent years.”
“Thirteen people have died and 72 have fallen ill after eating rockmelon from Jensen Farms, in the first-ever outbreak of the pathogen in melons, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.”
“It is the first time we have seen listeria contamination in whole rockmelon and we are working very hard to try and figure out how this happened,'' she said.”
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“On our second day, we visit the local bakery, buy rockmelon from the greengrocer and get marinated eggplant and tomato, prosciutto, knobs of mozzarella and bottles of water from the deli.”
“Summer harvest of tomatoes was coming to an end, but there were other vegetables taking their place: more beans, Japanese eggplants, Chinese cabbage, pumpkin, rockmelon, chilies, capsicum, and strawberries.”
“She loves feeding on rockmelon, mixed grain and milk.”
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