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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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At Bad Apples we show them that there is more to life then computers.
Research has shown that even though the percentages of bad apples are relatively small, the sheer amount of time and effort required in dealing with them is huge.
Labour former minister Chris Bryant said: "It wasn't just one bad apple, it wasn't just one rogue reporter, it was systematic abuse of people.
The Bad Apples had nine hits in the final, including six for extra bases.
The researchers found that when it comes to aging and pneumonia, one bad apple can ruin the barrel.
These bad apples don't represent the whole Israeli orchard, which, we are told, thrives on justice and equality.
Egyptian rock band Bad Apple claims that their music "leaves no one unsatisfied.
I have a few opinions about "Too Many Police Shootings Mean More Than a Few Bad Apples.
07), the reasons for the treatment he says they get when travelling to football matches can only by stopped by getting rid of the bad apples.
There will always be the certain one or two bad apples about who are trying to make an easy buck.
The authors show how to identify bad bets and bad apples and how to treat them in ways that promote greater public good.
Apologists for the Bush administration blamed the pictures of torture at Abu Ghraib as the product a "few bad apples," while critics countered that it was the result of policies initiated by bad apples occupying top positions in the Pentagon and the White House.
Still, the next time a paper is looking for some high horse to mount, it might think about investigating how it is that the newspaper industry manages to harbor so many bad apples who endanger the very lifeblood of its business -- its credibility -- while misleading or cheating readers.
It would be far easier to root out the bad apples if we gave honest and hard-working business owners the tools necessary to follow the law.
A blend of first person memoir and experiences in the world of the American Kennel Club dog obedience routines, this is a fine guide which covers everything from ethics and training philosophies to OTCH points and bad apples in obedience training.