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  • n. Plural form of watermelon.


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  • The red melons - which we know as watermelons - were one of the greatest joys of their life on the island.

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  • Back in the days where kids ran around all day in bathing suits and no sunscreen - red and rosy by days end - and there was an endless supply of watermelons from the valley (we ate ours with salt sprinkled on it), tea, beer (with a bit of salt sprinkled on it as well) and the table of desserts.

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  • "Six of my friends have been kidnapped and killed in the al-Athaim Road," says Ali Kadhem, 37, a truck driver who transports watermelons from the farms to vendors.

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  • Some rank-and-file soldiers in green uniforms have been dubbed "watermelons" -- green on the outside with a red core.

    Breaking News - The Post Chronicle

  • They and sympathizers within the ranks of the army are popularly called "watermelons" - referring to green uniforms but hidden support of the Red Shirt protesters.

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  • Some rank-and-file soldiers in green uniforms have been dubbed 'watermelons' -- green on the outside with a red core. Aktuelle Nachrichten

  • Josh retired to the office to watch amateur porn online, a woman named Bella who was everything his girlfriend was not: curvy, vocal, with pendulous and hideous bouncing breasts which commentators often referred to as watermelons or other food items.

    The Roommate, Ritz

  • (Soundbite of music) Unidentified Group #2: (Singing in foreign language) GRESTE: For all the momentum the green Yes campaign seems to have, it may be that the pollsters are talking to people that Kenyans call watermelons - green on the outside, red on the inside - people who publicly voice support for the new charter and who may vote no in the privacy of the ballot booth.

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  • The Green Lobby are known as watermelons for a simple reason: They might be green on the outside but on the inside they're as red as socialist blood.

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  • "Of course, that is why they are called watermelons," replied Tom

    The Sea Fairies


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