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pistachiopis‧ta‧chi‧o /pəˈstɑːʃiəʊ $ pəˈstæʃioʊ/ noun (plural pistachios) [countable]  HBPDFFa small green nut pistachio ice cream
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pistachioShe eats a pistachio nut, and fastens her locket.Apricots require 700 to 1000 hours; peaches range from 650 to 850 hours and pistachios need 600 to 800 hours.There was a scent of waxed oak and pistachios.For the past 30 years Aegina has been producing about the best pistachios in the world.His lips looked red, as if he had eaten too many pistachios.Stir in eggs, parsley, thyme, chives, pecans, pistachios, and walnuts.Fold in the pistachios. 4.The nice bowls of nuts here are heavily laced with pistachios.
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