whortleberry


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Synonyms for whortleberry

erect European blueberry having solitary flowers and blue-black berries

blue-black berries similar to American blueberries

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notable winners: Star Valley (Gr3), Whortleberry (Gr2), Appel Au Maitre (Gr3), Overdose (Gr2).
The Orlando Consort open this year's Brinkburn Music Summer Festival with The Rose, the Lily and the Whortleberry, an exploration of the inventiveness of European composers from the 13th to the 16th Centuries who used floral imagery to illustrate earthly and heavenly love.
30pm with The Rose, the Lily & the Whortleberry, a programme that explores medieval and Renaissance musical representations of floral imagery used by composers to express earthly and heavenly love.
By incorporating nanotechnology, Pelusi creates a negative charge to ward off future dirt and oil with whortleberry, sugar cane, sugar maple, orange and lemon.
Trained by Alain de Royer-Dupre, the five-year-old was reversing placings with third-placed Whortleberry, who beat her in the Group Two race last year.
It is referred to as an American fruit, which of course it is, but it, or a very close relative, is common all over Britain particularly in the peaty uplands where it is variously called bilberry, whortleberry, blackberry and in Wales whinberry and llusi.
In many cases they also listed the dominant species in the canopy and undergrowth, for example, "timber black oak and white oak--undergrowth hazle [that is, hazel], sassafras, whortleberry, fern, wintergreen.
THEovernightdefectionsof John Gosden's Place Rouge and Francois Rohaut's Whortleberry means that a maximum field of 16 will lineup in the French St Leger at Longchamp on Sunday.
QI came across a recipe for whortleberry, Marco, but have to admit I have absolutely no idea what whortleberries are.
The terms of the contrast are clear: The whortleberry (European variant of the American blueberry) is uncultivated, growing wild and in abundance, convenient sustenance for those who are nomadic or without formal agriculture.
Sources like Chokeberry, Mountain ash berry, Japanese plum, Cherry plum, Rabbiteye blueberry, Bog whortleberry, Date, Mango, Crowberry, Rosehip, Buckwheat, Millet, Fababean, Chicory, Ginseng, Taro, Turnip, Eggplant, Perilla, Rhubarb and Tamarind are discussed along with many others.