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  • noun Plural form of mandarine.

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Examples

  • Still, the actual produce, both in cereals and in green crops, is large; and the oranges, especially those known as mandarines, are of superior quality.

    History of Phoenicia

  • Nuts of all sorts, mandarines and other citrus fruit, apples and candy.

    Belated advent calendar post #3: December 6 « Were rabbits

  • But, (and I have no scientific basis on which to prove this), don't you think mandarines and clementines (in season at the moment, in every kid's lunchbox) wold give kids a faster sugar rush? or even apples, for that matter??

    'Tis the season...

  • It has a slight fresh, green aspect to it, as if the mandarines in question come freshly picked, with a couple of leaves still attached to them.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • But, (and I have no scientific basis on which to prove this), don't you think mandarines and clementines (in season at the moment, in every kid's lunchbox) wold give kids a faster sugar rush? or even apples, for that matter??

    November 2005

  • At the end add a juice of 2 fresh mandarines or 1 mandora and the segments.

    Archive 2005-04-01

  • When I was through working for the day I put away the notebook, or the paper, in the drawer of the table and put any mandarines that were left in my pocket.

    A Moveable Feast

  • I brought mandarines and roasted chestnuts to the room in paper packets and peeled and ate the small tangerine-like oranges and threw their skins and spat their seeds in the fire when I ate them and roasted chestnuts when I was hungry.

    A Moveable Feast

  • When I was through working for the day I put away the notebook, or the paper, in the drawer of the table and put any mandarines that were left in my pocket.

    A Moveable Feast

  • I brought mandarines and roasted chestnuts to the room in paper packets and peeled and ate the small tangerine-like oranges and threw their skins and spat their seeds in the fire when I ate them and roasted chestnuts when I was hungry.

    A Moveable Feast

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