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  2. Ackee and saltfish - Wikipedia

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    It was imported to the Caribbean from Ghana before 1725 as 'Ackee' or 'Aki' is another name for the Akan people, Akyem. The fruit's scientific name honours Captain William Bligh who took the fruit from Jamaica to the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew, England in 1793 and introduced it to science. [2]

  3. Blighia sapida - Wikipedia

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    Wikispecies Languages On this Wikipedia the language links are at the top of the page across from the article title. Go to top. Contents move to sidebar (Top) 1 Botany 2 Cultivars 3 History and culinary use 4 Nutrition 5 Society and culture 6 Toxicity 7 Commercial use 8 Other uses 9 Vernacular names in African languages 10 References

  4. V-2 rocket - Wikipedia

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    The Soviets gained possession of the V-2 manufacturing facilities after the war, re-established V-2 production, and moved it to the Soviet Union. Contents 1 Development history 2 Technical details 2.1 Testing 2.1.1 Air burst problem 3 Production 4 Launch sites 5 Operational history 6 Targets 6.1 Possible use during Operation Bodenplatte

  5. The Fruitties - Wikipedia

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    1) The Fruitties Theme Song (Original Version) 2) The Fruitties' Forest (Original Version) 3) Roly, The Champion (Original Version) 4) Picture Taking (Original Version) 5) Artichoke, the Pirate (Original Version) 6) Tuttie Fruttie (Original Version) 7) Trio (Original Version) 8) Water (Original Version) 9) Saving (Original Version)

  6. Terminalia ferdinandiana - Wikipedia

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    Terminalia ferdinandiana is a slender, small to medium-sized tree growing up to 14 m (46 ft) in height, [1] [2] [3] with creamy-grey, flaky bark and deciduous pale green leaves. The flowers are small, creamy-white, perfumed, [2] and borne along spikes in the leaf axils towards the ends of the branches. [citation needed]

  7. Jujyfruits - Wikipedia

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    Jujyfruits package design circa 2011. An assortment of Jujyfruits. Jujyfruits are a chewy, gumdrop -like starch -based candy, manufactured by Heide Candy Company, a subsidiary of Ferrara Candy Company. Jujyfruits began production in 1920. They were popular in movie houses along with Heide's other gummy candy, Jujubes.

  8. Buddha's hand - Wikipedia

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    Citrus medica var. sarcodactylis, or the fingered citron, is an unusually-shaped citron variety whose fruit is segmented into finger-like sections, resembling those seen on representations of the Buddha. It is called Buddha's hand in many languages including English, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, and French .