Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of cherry.
  • noun rail transport (British) A rail-gap indicator

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Examples

  • Berries and cherries from the farmers 'market, and good neighbors to share them with because we always buy too many.

    I Cloud 9 when I want to (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • The second tart, pictured to the left, was made with cherries from the local Farmer's Market.

    Sweet Cherry Custard Tart

  • Pitting cherries is serious business ... after I was done my hands were blood red!

    Sweet Cherry Custard Tart

  • "If you bought cherries from a store that were grown in your area, but you had to travel 10 miles one way to get to the store and didn't do anything on the way, they'd actually have the same carbon footprint as if you ate cherries that were flown in," says Laura Stec, co-author of Cool Cuisine: Taking the Bite Out of Global Warming.

    Eating can be energy-efficient, too

  • We bought 3 lbs of fresh cherries from a roadside vendor - their smooth, red skin a beautiful contrast to her sage colored eyes.

    On Top of the World

  • The second tart, pictured to the left, was made with cherries from the local Farmer's Market.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Berries and cherries from the farmers 'market, and good neighbors to share them with because we always buy too many.

    Jack Bog's Blog: June 2009 Archives

  • Pitting cherries is serious business ... after I was done my hands were blood red!

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • We bought 3 lbs of fresh cherries from a roadside vendor - their smooth, red skin a beautiful contrast to her sage colored eyes.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Certain cherries, those with more musky scents, are said to stimulate pheromone production.

    13 Aphrodisiacs

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