Strawberry

  • (noun): Any of various low perennial herbs with many runners and bearing white flowers followed by edible fruits having many small achenes scattered on the surface of an enlarged red pulpy berry.
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Some articles on strawberry:

Strawberry Shortcake (2003 TV Series) - Shorts and PSAs
... A five-minute Strawberry Shortcake short, "Growing Better All The Time", is available exclusively in the Care Bears Daydreams DVD (released October 14, 2003) as a bonus feature ... the song from the short was released on the "Strawberry Jams" CD ... The PSA features Strawberry Shortcake talking about the basics of pet ownership ...
Strawberry, Utah - Geography
... Strawberry sits in the river bottom of an ancient sea bed ... Strawberry is surrounding by Oil and Gas wells ...
Strawberry Fields (2006 Film) - Production
... Ayelet Heller stated she wanted Strawberry Fields to be seen as a documentary that covers the human aspect of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, rather than the ... But in the film, I am accepted by people who are nice, who tell jokes." Strawberry Fields was shot between June 2005 and March 2006, the strawberry growing season at Beit Lahiya ...
Strawberry Sex
... "Strawberry Sex" is J-Pop singer Ken Hirai's 15th single overall ... Strawberry Sex is the first track on his 5th studio album, Life Is.. ... "Strawberry Sex" was featured as the commercial song for the Honda That's car ...
Strawberry Road - Racing Career - International Campaigns
... Trained by John Nicholls, Strawberry Road won the Grosser Preis von Baden in Germany in 1984 ... Strawberry Road returned to France in 1985, and, under new trainer Patrick Biancone, won the Prix d'Harcourt ... Wildenstein then sent Strawberry Road to the United States, where he ran second to the champion Pebbles, by a neck, in the Breeders' Cup Turf ...

More definitions of "strawberry":

  • (noun): Sweet fleshy red fruit.

Famous quotes containing the word strawberry:

    One of the joys our technological civilisation has lost is the excitement with which seasonal flowers and fruits were welcomed; the first daffodil, strawberry or cherry are now things of the past, along with their precious moment of arrival. Even the tangerine—now a satsuma or clementine—appears de-pipped months before Christmas.
    Derek Jarman (b. 1942)

    The strawberry grows underneath the nettle,
    And wholesome berries thrive and ripen best
    Neighbored by fruit of baser quality.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)