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goohsbe ree

  • n  spiny Eurasian shrub having greenish purple-tinged flowers and ovoid yellow-green or red-purple berries
  • n  currant-like berry used primarily in jams and jellies

  • Not just from saying that yes, you do totally taste the gooseberry in that merlot but also because the chemistry of oenology makes you feel stupid, the picking and crushing of .
  • It all started with a most correct, not to say super-aristocratic, country week-end at which there was an unaccountable surfeit of gooseberry desserts and one unaccountably .
  • Our great-grandparents were told that babies were found under gooseberry bushes or cabbages; our children are likely to be told that those who have passed on (fie! on the gross .

  • Roger Protz in Morning Advertiser
    On his website,, real ale expert Protz describes St Edmunds as "wonderfully quenching" with "an intensely fruity aroma (pears, lemon and gooseberry), balanced by juicy malt and spicy hops".
  • Jackie Bird in Glasgow Sunday Mail
    Hardeep has got a thing for Sharleen so my big worry is I'm going to be as much use as a chocolate watch,said Jackie. "I'm going to be playing gooseberry. Or I'm going to be Sharleen's security woman to keep him away from her."
  • Eric Ripper in Sunday
    I understand he was a former student at both Mary's Mount Primary School in Gooseberry Hill and later at Guildford Grammar,Mr Ripper said. "Apparently he left school at 16 to pursue his passion for acting. There is no doubt his wonderful...

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