- n small tropical shrubby tree bearing small yellowish fruit
- n small tropical American shrubby tree; widely cultivated in warm regions for its sweet globular yellow fruit
- n tropical fruit having yellow skin and pink pulp; eaten fresh or used for e.g. jellies
- But across Indonesia, in mosques, on blogs, and in former guava orchards, there are rebellions against it.
- He took Jamaica's complicated historya jumble of such disparate concepts, places and things as Rasta philosophy, Garveyism, pirates, rebellion, guava jelly, and Trench Town .
- Flavors include masala chai, green-tea jasmine, African rooibos with guava and peppermint chill.
News & Articles
- NSU’s Alvin Sherman Library Presents Super Saturdays-Double Feature
NSU’s Alvin Sherman Library is your ticket to free adventure all summer long. Every Saturday is Super Saturday beginning June 15 to August 3, 2013. Join us for this double feature! -Guava & Grits Bluegrass Storytelling (1pm to 2 pm) and Puppets to Go: The Last Dinosaur (2:30pm to 3 pm)
June 15, 2013 - Miami Gardens News
- John Cobb in Stock Journal
Confusion surrounding the identity of the rust has exacerbated the problem, with the Rudd Government refusing to take the threat seriously. What was originally diagnosed as myrtle rust is now believed to be guava rust,Mr Cobb said....
- Ernest Hemingway in Daytona Beach News-Journal
In 1931, Hemingway wrote about life in Key West: "It's the best place I've ever been anytime, anywhere, flowers, tamarind trees, guava trees, coconut palms . . . Got tight last night on absinthe and did knife tricks. Great success shooting the knife...
- Barack Obama in Honolulu Star-Bulletin
After finishing the ordering for the group, Obama asked for a cone with "guava orange, Lanikai lime and choo-choo cherry."