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pineapplepine‧ap‧ple /ˈpaɪnæpəl/ ●●○ noun [countable, uncountable]  pineapple.jpg DFFHBPa large yellow-brown tropical fruit or its sweet juicy yellow flesh pineapple chunks pineapple juice
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pineappleThe children have their own menu to choose from - melon, spaghettibolognese and pineapple glacé would be a typical selection.My favourite hamburger comes with a ring of fried pineapple.Lots of oak, flavors of pineapple and mango, and high alcohol were tasters' impressions here.His mouth was a m61ange of pineapple and some brown goo.It was a whole lot better than the old pineapple.The choice of finials ranges from sculptured pineapples and lanterns to simple ball-ends.Rinse the pineapple and cherries to remove sugary coating and pat dry on kitchen paper.Add puree to pot along with pineapple, cinnamon, and tamarind.
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