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- n. Plural form of carambola.
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With this loan for 2,000 PEN she will buy fruit like oranges by the hundreds, "carambolas" (a wild jungle fruit), plantains, pineapples, and Brazilian guavas, etc.
But in the course of this tasting, we decided to open a 1997 Pecota Muscat that had been sitting in the cellar for no good reason -- and it was pretty darn spectacular: rich and dark, with ripe, roasted mangoes, oranges and carambolas, sprinkled with cinnamon, nutmeg and coconut (yep, coconut).
Moehling offers customers everything from the traditional to the unusual, including mangos, strawberries, lychees, papayas, guanabanas, tamarinds, sapotes and carambolas, also known as starfruit.
Adapted from a cake by Becky Campbell, widow of horticulturist Carl W. Campbell, who uses the tart Golden Star carambolas her late husband planted in their backyard.
In a multiplayer game, you keep shooting as long as you make a carambola, and the winner is the one with the most carambolas accumulated.
Más anuncios para la web - Coincidió con el SIMO, en una de esas carambolas que ocurren y que no se pueden planificar.
2,000.00, Nuevos Soles comprará frutas cómo: naranjas en cientos, carambolas (fruta silvestre de la selva), plátanos de seda, piñas, guayabas brasileras, etc.