grapevine


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Synonyms for grapevine

hear something on the grapevine

Synonyms for grapevine

gossip spread by spoken communication

any of numerous woody vines of genus Vitis bearing clusters of edible berries

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Every four-hour excursion includes tastings at two wineries, a delicious meal with wine at a third stop, a tour of Historic Grapevine led by a professional guide, and transportation to and from local hotels on one of two 25-passenger tour buses.
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Despite being pervasive, the grapevine has escaped being directly managed in most companies.
The Lone Star State's newest landmark debuted last month when the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center on Lake Grapevine opened.
I have been referring to the three major characters of the framing narrative -- John, Annie, and Julius -- whom Chesnutt introduces in the "The Goophered Grapevine.
Whether it's labeled marketing hype or long overdue recognition, black books are in the spotlight, and BIBR is putting words on the grapevine about incredible new biographies like Valerie Boyd's Wrapped in Rainbows: The Life of Zora Neale Hurston, and important new works by Michael Eric Dyson, John McWhorter and Manning Marable among other important thinkers, as well as a wide array of design books that have helped establish what can loosely be described as "black style.
Grapevine is an Intranet sales resource that provides real-time access to targeted and up-to-date product and customer information, enabling Winstar's extensive national sales force to be more productive.
You just have to manage grapevine issues in a responsible way.
Doe can cite several examples where participating in office politics and making use of the company grapevine provided her with opportunities in state government.
The term grapevine can be traced back to the United States Civil War.
When an aphidlike insect known as the grape phylloxera louse punctures grapevine roots to suck nutritious juices, it creates a handy hole that grape disease organisms can enter.
The grapevine goes into battle mode but often the medical director will have no idea of the cause.
The exclusive to New Orleans deal site helps drive foot traffic and interest to the Orleans Grapevine, one of the French Quarter's best kept secrets
10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Grapevine, the YouTube native marketing experts, today announced that the company has closed $1.