blaeberry


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Related to blaeberry: whortleberry, Vaccinium myrtillus
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Synonyms for blaeberry

erect European blueberry having solitary flowers and blue-black berries

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A Garda spokesman said: "Gardai are investigating an aggravated burglary at a house at Blaeberry Walk, Castleblaney, at 9.
In their study, Aberdeen University scientists will explore the possibility of using a concentrated capsule form of the blaeberry to combat the disease.
In fact, visitors have the choice of staying in the guest house that sleeps six and has a breathtaking view of the Rockies in every direction, or bunking in the tepees situated near the main house, down by the glacier-fed Blaeberry River, which flows alongside the ranch.
GR itself comprised mostly subalpine ground dominated by tallish vegetation, chiefly heather with some blaeberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) and crowberry (Empetrum nigrum).
The wine's fruit based spine has a rich, blaeberry and black cherry centre supplemented by bold acidity, firm - but balanced - tannin and hints of cinnamon, rosemary and cocoa.
EMMA LAVELLE could run Labelthou and Blaeberry in the David Nicholson Mares Hurdle at Cheltenham next week.
BLAEBERRY emerged as a surprise candidate for the David Nicholson Mares' Hurdle at the CheltenhamFestival after registering a second success over fences at Ludlow.
Lavelle had already been busy in front of the stewards after the performance of Blaeberry in the opening contest, the first division of the Sunshine 855 Maiden Hurdle.
BLAEBERRY has been in good form of late and can run well at rewarding odds.
A collection of rare malts from Duncan Taylor topped the drinks sector and a Bouvrage Blaeberry drink from Ella Drinks took the health enhancing category.
Scottish Rock Ptarmigan occur on arctic-alpine land (called alpine hereafter) and eat mostly heath species (Ericaceae), mainly crowberry (Empetrum nigrum), ling (Calluna vulgaris), and blaeberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) in winter (Watson 1964), and mainly blaeberry in spring (Moss and Watson 1984).
Unusual to get claret this good at PS6, so savour the rich but straightforward cherry, clove and blaeberry flavours on display here.