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bellybutton

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a scar where the umbilical cord was attached

the center point or middle of something

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Exports to the continent through week 40 of this year were up 11 percent for clementines and 19 percent for navels versus the same time period last year.
With a product list that includes navel and Valencia oranges, lemons and minneolas, Bravante is bringing 2,000-plus acres of citrus into the Sunkist system.
Mid-season varieties (bloody oranges, Salustiana, Navel, etc.
The subjects agreed: the best-looking navels were vertically oriented with a T-shape.
With half of California's navel orange crop destroyed by a cold snap, the wholesale price of the fruit soared last week as agriculture officials warned that consumers will soon be paying more for other produce such as avocados, carrots and lettuce.
Some argue that the Adam created in God's own image was navel-less ( sexual reproduction only came on the scene after the expulsion from Eden and the navel is a mark of our fallen state.
Outspan Navels are expected to be available through August and then supported by later hybrids such as Navel Lates and Lane Late in September.
Mr Black said: "Members need to focus their time better on providing decent public services, reducing waiting times for health care, improving our education service and investing in better quality housing rather than examining their own navels.
market--as well as by a consumer preference for navels.
Blood oranges, Cara Cara navels, Melogolds, and Oroblancos usually contain few or no seeds; pummeloes usually have seeds.
Over and over again, Verburg delights in the closed eyelids, bottoms of feet, and shadowed navels of a body freshly eroticized by its lack of activity.
Luckily, as delicate as babies appear, they and their special places, like their navels, fontanels, and genitalia, are actually quite sturdy.
In addition to the Sunkist Navel Orange, citrus connoisseurs will find bright orange Minneola tangelos; raspberry-fleshed Blood Oranges and pink-fleshed Cara Cara Navels (The Power Orange), as well as sweet grapefruit specialties such as Pummelos and Sweeties, in their local produce sections.
A number of years ago, we used to move 2 million-plus cartons of California navels a week around the holidays," recalls Joel Nelsen, president of California Citrus Mutual (CCM), a nonprofit grower-based trade association in Exeter, Calif.