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Synonyms for marasca

small bitter fruit of the marasca cherry tree from whose juice maraschino liqueur is made

Dalmatian bitter wild cherry tree bearing fruit whose juice is made into maraschino liqueur

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Gabriel Boudier Maraschino Liqueur Stir, strain into a Coupe glass, garnish with caramelized lemon oil and a marasca cherry.
Herceg, "The effect of gas phase plasma treatment on the anthocyanin and phenolic acid content of sour cherry Marasca (Prunus cerasus var Marasca) juice," LWT-Food Science and Technology, vol.
Adaliany Cecilia da Silva Souza (a), Giorgia de Souza Marasca (a), Nelson Alexandre Kretzmann-Filho (a), Aline Dall-Bello (a), Dimas Alexandre Kliemann (a,b), Cristiane Valle Tovo (a,b), Ana Beatriz Gorini da Veiga (a,*)
Marasca et al., "Human herpesvirus 6 and multiple sclerosis: survey of anti-HHV-6 antibodies by immunorfluorescence analysis and of viral sequences by polymerase chain reaction," Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, vol.
There would have been grumbling, of course, of the type reported by Bartolommeo Marasca, a Mantuan official in Cardinal Gonzaga's employ, who commented on the "great trouble and outcry of the poor men who do not wish to sell their homes." (51) But the papal sweep into town must have been psychologically and financially overwhelming.
* Luxardo Maraschino -- Luxardo Maraschino is an Italian liqueur distilled from Marasca cherries, honey and cherry pits.
The dessert inspired the sumptuous cocktail, chocolate cherry fizz, which layered a liquid essence of both marasca cherries with black forest berries and effervescence provided by champagne and sprinkling of cocoa powder.
This would prevent Daisy entering the supermarket to buy a bag of spuds and leaving 104 minutes later with a jar of marasca cherries (for use in emergencies), a pair of slippers with lime green pompoms, a snorkel, three lipsticks, a packet of frozen chips, a tonic to improve her Edgar's performance in the garden, a pair of dimpled gloves and a cattle-prod.
Thus the new essay on Francesco Gonzaga's student days in Pavia explores the internal dynamics of his household (including a feud between his tutor, the priest Bartolomeo Marasca, and Francesco's more permissive steward, Baldassare Soardi), the youth's interactions with prominent figures such as Bianca Maria Visconti (wife of Duke Francesco Sforza of Milan), and the physical logistics of his stay in Pavia.
WEST BROMWICH ALBION (4-4-2): Whitehead; Mardon, Murphy, Carbon, Potter; Marasca (Flynn, 74), Bortolazzi, Sneekes, Kilbane; Quinn, Hughes.
(*) Dennis Marasca, Jr., 2nd year North Reading, MA Bentley College (Marasca's Scholarship in memory of Francis Correll, CPA)
His replacement as CEO was not Al Marasca, a Ralphs veteran, who remains president and COO, but George Golleher, who came from Food 4 Less.