blaeberry


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Related to blaeberry: whortleberry, Vaccinium myrtillus
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Synonyms for blaeberry

erect European blueberry having solitary flowers and blue-black berries

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Barry Fenton got it spot-on when delivering Blaeberry late in the 2m3f handicap hurdle
Blaeberry - and by some way on a faultless chasing debut
Blaeberry, who outclassed her field with an easy win under Timmy Murphy in the mares' novice chase for owner Lady Bland, could also be festival-bound, with the David Nicholson Mares Only Hurdle an option for the Emma Lavelletrained winner.
A HIGHLAND clan chief has launched Scotland's newest drink - a blend of whisky and blaeberry juice.
O Grianna's Mo DM Roisin, and the latter two books in Ni Dhuibhne's trilogy, Blaeberry Sunday and Penny-farthing Sally, cover many of the same themes and territory.
A Garda spokesman said: "Gardai are investigating an aggravated burglary at a house at Blaeberry Walk, Castleblaney, at 9.
Although it is situated by a small road, it is seldom visited and the towering straight-trunked Scots pines and the abundant ground growth of heather and blaeberry give this fine little wood an almost magical feel.
Byline: Matt Wiliams reckons Blaeberry looks a solid back-to-lay proposition
Blaeberry is another Festival possible after registering a second victory over fences as the 4-7 favourite in the EBF/TBA Mares' Novices' Chase.
Blaeberry consistently runs with credit and looks the solution to the feature event at Newton Abbot (4.
Hunter, The Goodsirs, Deception, and Sabine, as well as Kicking Horse Pass, Blaeberry and Kicking Horse rivers, and the Purcell and Brisco ranges.
London, June 3 (ANI): Extract of one of Scotland's most popular wild fruits - the blaeberry - could be used to treat diabetes, researchers reckon.