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  • Lime is short for “quicklime” — to quote the omniscient wikipedia, “used in epidemics, plagues, and disasters to disintegrate bodies”.

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  • The Sport model comes in Lime Green and upgrades to adjustable preload, compression, and rebound piggyback shock absorbers, and cast aluminum wheels.

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  • Diet Coke with Lime is good! posted by Eric 3: 26 PM |

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  • They are introducing the Sophistica Collection that includes one called Lime Bicolor, which is one of the most exotic petunias you'll ever see.

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  • The KFX450R is available in Lime Green or Sunbeam Red or a Black and a Monster Energy special edition.

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  • The KFX50 and KFX90 are available in Lime Green or Sunbeam Red.

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  • They found him sitting under a hedge in an old quarry at a place called Lime Kiln Road on the outskirts of Canterbury.

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  • They found him sitting under a hedge in an old quarry at a place called Lime Kiln Road on the outskirts of Canterbury.

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  • Never has a color been so maligned, called the Lime Green Monster by the left, and dumb green puke background even by the right.

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  • In fact, all the travelling Troupers who had worked for K. and E. referred to it as a Lime, which is the same as a Lemon, only smaller.

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  • 1. calcium hydroxide: a caustic substance produced by heating limestone

    2. calcium oxide: a white crystalline oxide used in the production of calcium hydroxide

    3. birdlime: a sticky adhesive that is smeared on small branches to capture small birds

    4. any of various related trees bearing limes

    5. linden: any of various deciduous trees of the genus Tilia with heart-shaped leaves and drooping cymose clusters of yellowish often fragrant flowers; several yield valuable timber

    6. cover with lime so as to induce growth; "lime the lawn"

    June 10, 2009