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  • n. Plural form of durian.


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  • The couple also spent time visiting 19 stalls serving a wide variety of delicacies, kuih raya and biscuits, as well as local fruits such as durians and rambutans.


  • Arrggg, I can't take durians because of the strong smell.

    The right attitude to eat durian

  • Laurent district near the wonderful old market where one could buy road-stripe yellow chicken feet, exotic spices, little hot empanadas, durians and water chestnuts.

    Bird Cloud

  • The Dare Devil: For durian lovers only, this box of eight mooncakes made with fresh Mao Shan Wang (or mountain cat) durians costs S$52 at the new Majestic Hotel.

    Mooncake Madness

  • Sir, have you ever picked any item of produce, including but not limited to grapes, avocados, pistachios, oranges, lemons and durians?

    Mark Steinberg: "Hola"

  • So you're saying that you have give up the durians for grapefruit?


  • You can indeed be fined for spitting in public or for bringing food or drink on the MRT oddly enough, many signs also say durians are also prohibited but do not list a fine for carrying a durian.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » So Much for Academic Freedom:

  • Confident and businesslike, he is growing rambutans, mangosteens and durians for profit.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • I think I know what might have caused it: durians.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • Fine in a rain forest, but not in downtown Manhattan, where a Dumpster full of gaseous, decaying durians could wreak havoc.

    The Fruit Hunters


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