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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishromainero‧maine /rəʊˈmeɪn $ roʊ-/ noun [uncountable] American English  a type of bitter-tasting lettuce with long leaves
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romaineA few leaves of crisp, cool romaine would make a good addition.The Caesar is a generous complement of crispy romaine tossed with a mild, creamy vinaigrette.It came piled on a white plate: a hill of young romaine lettuce served with a sliced lemon.
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