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Synonyms for apple

the apple of your eye

Synonyms for apple

fruit with red or yellow or green skin and sweet to tart crisp whitish flesh

native Eurasian tree widely cultivated in many varieties for its firm rounded edible fruits

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e continuation of the APLE investigation found that Michael Jones always approached the same girl, who he took into his rented house," the APLE spokesman said.
The team showed that APLE could reliably quantify phosphorus losses in runoff for many different situations and could produce more reliable estimates than some existing phosphorus indexes.
On June 24, the police from Phnom Penh Anti-Human Tra"ck-uman ck ing and Juvenile Protection Unit arrested Michael Jones at Olympic taxi station," the APLE spokesman Said.
Originally a competitive teacher incentive program designed to encourage students to become teachers, the APLE program has provided an example in recent years for education loan assumption opportunities for trainees on other career paths.
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It glides easily across the aples of the cheeks to give a healthy, shimmery glow.
Toxicity scores for USDA-sampled foods Peaches Domestic 4,848 Chile 471 Canned 5 Winter squash Domestic 1,706 Mexico 41 Honduras 23 Frozen 3,012 Mexico frozen 21 Aples Domestic 550 New Zealand 284 Green beans Domestic 222 Mexico 39 Canned/frozen 529 Pears Domestic 435 Argentina 157 Chile 415 South Africa 201 Spinach Domestic 349 Mexico 256 Canned 204 Grapes Domestic 228 Chile 339 Mexico 71 South Africa 169 Source: Consumer Reports, March 1999
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