sapodilla

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Synonyms for sapodilla

large tropical American evergreen yielding chicle gum and edible fruit

tropical fruit with a rough brownish skin and very sweet brownish pulp

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Local fruiting trees: Beir, Chiku, Jungle Jalebi, Shareefa.
Chiku, Oscar and Ceaser are ready to bask in their moment of glory on Rajpath where French President Francois Hollande will be the chief guest.
Miyamoto K, Nishigami K, Nagaya N, Akutsu K, Chiku M, Kamei M, Soma T, Miyata S, Higashi M, Tanaka R, Nakatani T, Nonogi H, Takeshita S.
On the Steel Breeze provides a sequel to the 2012 BLUE REMEMBERED EARTH, the first of the Poseidon's Children trilogy, but moves ahead almost two hundred years after events in that story to examine the world of Chiku, the great granddaughter of Eunice who is one of millions in a fleet of ships headed to a new plant and a new home.
A series of large-scale and long-term activities has been conducted in Chiku Ecology Park in southern Taiwan, where various species of mangroves grow.
They have observed thoroughly nursery plants, thar range flora, bio-gas plant, solar and wind energy systems, drip irrigation system, grasses, herbs, shrubs and medicinal plants, grafted ber orchard, mulberry, fig, chiku and other arid horticultural plants, rapeseed crop (hybrid, local and upcoming lines trials), Jatropha and 27 guar species, stall of seed collection of various crop varieties and thar range species and other research activities being carried out at the Centre.
Oysters were collected in 4 aquaculture sites along the western coast of Taiwan (Hsiangshan, Chiku, Beimen, and Putai), where the major sources of industrial pollution are located, and off Penghu Island in the southern part of the Taiwan Strait, a comparatively clean resort area.
The same trend has also been reported in the adsorption of CV by other adsorbent materials such as Peel of Cucumis sativa Fruit [36], Chaetophora elegans algae [37], Coconut coir pith (CCP) [38], Jackfruit plant (Artocarpus heterophyllus) leaf powder (JPLP) [38], Pineapple (Ananas comosus) peel powder(PPP) [38], Teak tree (Tectona grandis) leaf powder (TTLP) [38], Chiku (Manikara zopata) leaf powder (CLP) [38] and Cinnamon Plant (Cinnamonum zeylanicum) leaf powder (CPLP) [38].
Boniface, Isaac, Julita, Mwai, Joseph and Ruth moved in last month and the kids, aged from three to six, already look completely at home with house mother CHRISSY and her son Chiku.
This history and the experiences recalled by Chiku Ali, who is originally from the Nyaturu ethnic group, Singida region, have long been forgotten by her ethnic group, her family and she herself.
This was followed by the entertainment acts for the evening where audience witnessed breath taking dance and melodious song performances by the associates of Netxcell, on popular Tollywood & Bollywood numbers like Chiku Bukku Raile from Gentlemen and Ladkon ki Ungli Pe Nachega ye Zamana from Ladies v/s, Ricky Bahl.
Este fruto es conocido con otros nombres en diferentes paises, tales como sapodilla (Estados Unidos), sapota o chiku (India), chico o chicozapote (Mexico) y nispero (Venezuela).
In an article in the June 1 issue, "Ownership on a Low-Income," Chiku Jallah was identified as a low-income member.
The range embraces Banana (Musa), Chiku (Manilkara sapota), Fig (Ficus carica), Grape (Vitis vinifera), Guava (Psidium guajava), Indian Jujube (Zizyphus Mauritania), Lemon (Citrus limon) and Lime (Citrus acida).
Seeds had long ago been pirated out of their native habitat for large scale commercial planting to the Philippines and then on to South Asia, where the fruit is known variously as chiku, chico, sapathilla, and sapota.