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Synonyms for apple

the apple of your eye

Synonyms for apple

fruit with red or yellow or green skin and sweet to tart crisp whitish flesh

native Eurasian tree widely cultivated in many varieties for its firm rounded edible fruits

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Fass at The Bad Apple features two different mead cocktails that illustrate its range of use, both priced at $9.
Mr Hoyte, whose job was looking for faults in vehicles, contended that she was suggesting he was a bad apple.
He told the Commons: "A number of industries have bad apples but we must be careful to recognise that the press and their freedom is a cornerstone of democracy.
These bad apples also increased the susceptibility of normal cells around them.
The sharpshooter who shot and killed a mother and her two children because they misunderstood orders (to turn right instead of left), given to them by Israeli soldiers who had invaded and occupied their home for days, holding them captive in one room before releasing them, was just a bad apple who made a mistake.
If you put a bad apple in a barrel of good apples, do the good turn the bad apple good?
Egyptian rock band Bad Apple claims that their music "leaves no one unsatisfied.
Besides that one bad apple it was so cool seeing such a huge mob of skaters all skating down the street at once (insert the nostalgic "can't we all just get along" skateboard writing here).
Thus, Krusty Yellow Kola carries a yellow closure, Blues a purple closure, Cherry Bomb a red closure and D'Oh Bad Apple Crush has a green closure.
LOS ANGELES -- Bad Apple Books has announced the publication of Tortured: Lynndie England, Abu Ghraib and the Photos that Shocked the World, the highly volatile, anticipated authorized biography of Lynndie England, by writer Gary S.
Tubal-cain (Ray Winstone), a bad apple from the other branch of the family tree, stumbles upon the ark and threatens to storm the vessel to escape the Creator's wrath, instigating a fight to the death between the two men.
Enron "is a terrible bad apple, but we'll get through this," he said.
That the pillorying of doctors and lawyers in our society will cease; and that we will realize that a bad apple doesn't really spoil the bushel and that countless decent professionals are striving to make their extensive preparations useful to others.
Choices include champagne at House of Fraser, afternoon tea at Harvey Nichols, hair styling at Toni & Guy, Benjamin Ryan, Bad Apple Hair, Hush Hair or Saks, makeovers with Clarins, Clinique, Chanel, Estee Lauder, Lancome, Trish McEvoy, Nars or Space NK and manicures at Nails Inc and Marco Benito.
I'm aware that every class has a bad apple or two, but some form of discipline should be brought into the classroom.