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Synonyms for carambola

East Indian tree bearing deeply ridged yellow-brown fruit

deeply ridged yellow-brown tropical fruit

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Another Pro Helvetia project has brought the Swiss contemporary dance duo Carambole to Tirana to help train students at the city's Academy of Arts.
Many of the young dancers however hope that their training by Carambole could be the first step on the road to a professional career in the West.
Carom comes from the French carambole, the red ball in billiards, and means to strike and rebound.
For more eye-catching jewellery, try M&S' Verde Icicle drop necklace, pounds 12, Oasis' blue Princess Jewel butterfly brooch, pounds 9, and Lalique's Carambole sky blue glass flower pendant, pounds 79.