sweetsop


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Synonyms for sweetsop

tropical American tree bearing sweet pulpy fruit with thick scaly rind and shiny black seeds

sweet pulpy tropical fruit with thick scaly rind and shiny black seeds

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One may not know what or when Plow Monday is, and may not realize that the sweet sultan is the fruit of the sweetsop tree, or that sweet tangle is a kind of large seaweed, the fronds of which are loaded with sugar.
At Lakay Tropical Ice Cream, they tasted unusual ice cream flavors such as kachiman (sugar apple or sweetsop) and kowosol (guanabana or soursop).
These include mangoes (Mangifera indica), avocado (Persea americana), papaya (Carica papaya), soursop and sweetsop (Annona muricata and A.
The basic material for bio-diesel is vegetable oil produced from plants that have fatty acid content such as crude palm oil (CPO), castor oil (Jatropha Curcas), coconut, sour soap, sweetsop fruit and kapok.
A panoply of fruits, such as sweetsop, soursop, longan, and rambutan, complements the durian harvest in June and July.
Agriculture Minister Roger Clarke said the project, slated to last for 18 months, was aimed at strengthening the country's capabilities in the production of fruit tree crops such as sweetsop, soursop, custard apple, june plums, guava, naseberry, lychee, and strawberry.
For example, there is no escape for the aunt of "The Youngest Doll" and her sexual repression (symbolized by the aroma of ripe sweetsop oozing from her leg) other than to liberate her niece from her husband's greed and fatuousness.
She would comb their hair, bathe and feed them, and when she read them stories, they would sit around her and furtively lift the starched ruffle of her skirt so as to sniff the aroma of ripe sweetsop that oozed from her leg when it was at rest.
Whenever her husband's patients, draped in necklaces and feathers and carrying elaborate handbags and canes, would sit beside her, perhaps coughing or sneezing, or shaking their doleful rolls or flesh with a jingling of coins, they would notice a strange scent that would involuntarily make them think of a slowly oozing sweetsop. They would then feel an uncontrollable urge to rub their hands together as if they were paws.
Among Annonaceae family, four species have great economic importance (MOSCA et al., 2006), sweetsop (Annona squamosa L.) and soursop (Annona muricata L.) in tropical regions, besides cherimoya (Annona cherimola Mill.) and atemoya (Annona cherimola Mill.