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  • n. large citrus tree having large sweet deep orange fruit that is easily peeled; widely cultivated in Florida


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  • • The tangelo and tangor are modern hybrids between the tangerine and grapefruit, and tangerine and orange, with hybrid flavors as well, and mostly eaten as fresh fruit.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • = IBIT (_BP_) is printed by all modern editors except André, and is possibly correct: compare _Am_ II iv 31-32 'ut taceam de me, qui causa tangor ab omni,/illic Hippolytum pone, Priapus _erit_' for the future tense used of a mythological character, and _EP_ II xi 21-22

    The Last Poems of Ovid


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  • Bangor? I 'ardly knew 'er!

    October 28, 2009

  • Wugglypedia lists a plethora of Bangors. We even have 3 in Australia.

    And don't forget this.

    October 28, 2009

  • But then Bangor would lose its langour. It would be all clangour and manga.

    October 28, 2009

  • if they really wanna get the tourism going, they should plant some tangor in Bangor

    October 28, 2009

  • I've been to Bangor. The primary cultivars seemed to be ganja and potatoes.

    October 28, 2009

  • not to be confused with Bangor, a Welsh city that boasts mention in 2 works of literature I've read, and who knows how many more (this being, as far as I know, the only noteworthy thing about it)

    October 28, 2009