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Synonyms for jamberry

Mexican annual naturalized in eastern North America having yellow to purple edible fruit resembling small tomatoes

annual of Mexico and southern United States having edible purplish viscid fruit resembling small tomatoes

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OGGI introduced two new thermal carafes in Pfaltzgraff patterns -- French Quarter and Jamberry, in addition to a complete new barware collection in stainless steel with a two-toned satin finish.
If the ground cherry (Physalis pubescens) is misunderstood, blame it partly on the variety of names it's known by - husk tomato, downy winter cherry, Poha berry, strawberry tomato, tomatillo and jamberry.
Today, Jamberry has more than 400 employees, 100,000 independent consultants and millions of customers.
Vendors include Sweets N Java, Shakeology, Jamberry Nails and Pampered Chef.
The initial collection will match three Pfaltzgraff patterns -- French Quarter, Jamberry and Naturewood -- and will be available in four constructions: cotton and chenille blend, a cotton-polyester tapestry, printed jute and coir.
The following is just a sample of the vendors that will be at City Hall: Pampered Chef with a 10 percent discount on all orders and a free gift; Velata Chocolate; Vintage Undo's with furniture painting demonstrations; Rituals Salon with complimentary hair and makeup demonstrations; Digital Credit Union with free credit analyses; Jamberry Nails with a raffle for free nails and hostess specials; Knit Wits Needlecraft with unique and stylish needlecrafts and Leominster Community Coalition with SPPRAK - Special People Performing Random Acts of Kindness.
Soon after the product was sold at expos, consumers began asking if Jamberry had "nail parties.
Other products that Precidio will be highlighting at Gourmet include its new Jamberry pattern from Pfaltzgraff, Sue Zipkin's Sweet Shoppe pattern, and its barware and coffee line.
The next Pfaltzgraff pattern to appear on frames, according to Spinner, is Jamberry.