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persimmon in Plants topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishldoce_255_apersimmonper‧sim‧mon /pəˈsɪmən $ pər-/ noun [countable]  ldoce_255.png HBPDFFa soft orange-coloured fruit that grows in hot countries
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persimmonI think this is one reason many people remain unaware of how delicious persimmons can be.To bite into the bitter, tannin-filled persimmon is a traumatizing experience.Remove pits from persimmons, then scrape pulp free from skins with teaspoon.From here they look to me like persimmons.Electric rainbows of mystery - scarlet, persimmon and purple; violet, peacock, saffron and jade.Sneaking into the courtyard, the toad climbed the tallest persimmon tree in the garden.He stared out with that persimmon eye of his.It also offers perimeter weighting, greater face thickness than any steel driver and feel and sound comparable with persimmon.