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  • noun Plural form of guava.

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Examples

  • First, Cara picks guavas from the tree in her back yard.

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  • First, Cara picks guavas from the tree in her back yard.

    Tourou part TWO

  • Just the aroma of fresh guavas is enough to inspire visions of lolling in a hammock in some tropical hideaway.

    Guava Water: Agua de Guayaba

  • Just the aroma of fresh guavas is enough to inspire visions of lolling in a hammock in some tropical hideaway.

    Guava Water: Agua de Guayaba

  • Just the aroma of fresh guavas is enough to inspire visions of lolling in a hammock in some tropical hideaway.

    Guava Water: Agua de Guayaba

  • An Egyptian oasis garden produces many popular tree fruits such as guavas, pomegranates, apricots, and oranges which can be sold in local markets or consumed at home as delicious, high-vitamin treats.

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  • About 30 million pounds of imported produce, mostly fruits such as guavas and mangos, get a low-dose zap, not enough to kill germs but to kill any foreign insects along for the ride.

    Irradiation underused to fight E. coli in foods

  • About 30 million pounds of imported produce, mostly fruits such as guavas and mangos, get a low-dose zap, not enough to kill germs but to kill any foreign insects along for the ride.

    Irradiation underused to fight E. coli in foods

  • Others were hanged, drawn, quartered, flogged and in one case bombarded with guavas.

    His Wealth of Nations

  • Perhaps the single commonest indigenous suffix used as a place name element is - tepec [Chapultepec = hill of chapulines (grasshoppers); Jocotepec = hill of guavas].

    Mexico's place names and their meanings

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