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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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juniperju‧ni‧per /ˈdʒuːnəpə $ -ər/ noun [countable, uncountable]  HBPa small bush that produces purple berries that can be used in cooking
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juniperThey had a juniper bush which was placed in the hub of a cart wheel covered in crêpe paper.Add the thyme, bay leaves, potatoes and juniper with the sausages.She helped Sethe to a rocker and lowered her feet into a bucket of salt water and juniper.From January to early May the biggest sources are evergreen trees such as juniper, cedar and cypress.Smoky, crisp and dry, with traces of juniper and sage and admirable length.Secluded gurgling tubs overlook mountain landscapes of pinon, juniper and scrub oak.Used extensively in local cuisine, the juniper grows wild in the hills around the medieval walled town of Gubbio.
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