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  2. The 10 best and 10 worst fruits for you - AOL

    Boysenberries According to the USDA, boysenberries contain an impressive 9 grams of sugar for an entire cup. The tart berry is filled with fiber, folate, vitamin C and potassium. Image Credit:...

  3. Fruit - Wikipedia

    stone fruit or drupe – The definitive characteristic of a drupe is the hard, "lignified" stone (sometimes called the "pit"). It is derived from the ovary wall of the flower: apricot, cherry, olive, peach, plum, mango.

  4. Hydra (island) - Wikipedia

    Hydra, or Ydra or Idra ( Greek: Ύδρα, romanized : Ýdra, pronounced: [ˈiðra] in Modern Greek ), is one of the Saronic Islands of Greece, located in the Aegean Sea between the Myrtoan Sea and the Argolic Gulf. It is separated from the Peloponnese by a narrow strip of water. In ancient times, the island was known as Hydrea (Ὑδρέα ...

  5. Fum, Fum, Fum - Wikipedia,_Fum,_Fum

    It is thought to have originated in the 16th or 17th century. The word "fum" means smoke in Catalan, and it may simply refer to the smoke rising from a chimney as seen from afar, or, as indicated in the New Oxford Book of Carols, "may imitate the sound of a drum (or perhaps the strumming of a guitar)". [1]

  6. Goul - Wikipedia

    Goul is a river in the Massif Central of France. It runs through the Cantal ( Vezels-Roussy, Leucamp, Ladinhac, Lapeyrugue, Cros-de-Ronesque, Jou-sous-Monjou, Saint-Clément, Pailherols, Taussac, Raulhac) and the Aveyron ( Saint-Hippolyte, Murols) for 52 kilometers. [1] It is a tributary of the river Truyère .

  7. Fruits Basket - Wikipedia

    fruits basket tells the story of tohru honda, an orphan girl who, after meeting yuki, kyo, and shigure sohma, learns that 13 members of the sohma family are possessed by the animals of the chinese zodiac and are cursed to turn into their animal forms when they are weak, stressed, or when they are embraced by anyone of the opposite sex that is not …

  8. Tushita - Wikipedia

    Palm leaf manuscript. Nalanda, Bihar, India. Tuṣita ( Sanskrit) or Tusita ( Pāli) is one of the six deva -worlds of the Kāmadhātu, located between the Yāma heaven and the Nirmāṇarati heaven. Like the other heavens, Tuṣita is said to be reachable through meditation. It is the heaven where the Bodhisattva Śvetaketu (Pāli: Setaketu ...