nectar : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a sweet liquid secretion that is attractive to pollinators
  • n  fruit juice especially when undiluted
  • n  (classical mythology) the food and drink of the gods; mortals who ate it became immortal

  • When a jar of miraculous nectar finally appeared, the demons seized it and the gods pursued them.
  • Both Wholesome and Madhava rely on two of Mexico's largest agave-nectar manufacturers--Iidea and Nekutli, respectively--to process the juice from the harvested plants into agave .
  • He fed them nectar, laced with essences of fruits, fruit-tree leaves, aromatic grasses like mint.
News & Articles

  • A taste of honey: Audubon Greenwich to present expert on sweet treat
    Beekeeper, author and honey expert Marina Marchese will discuss her passion for honey and offer a formal tasting of "single-nectar source American honeys" at Audubon Greenwich on June 22 at 4 p.m.
    June 12, 2013 - Greenwich Citizen
  • Not Just Coffee opens in Atherton Mill Market
    A new altar awaits the nectar of the gods inside Atherton Mill Market , and tonight, the bean worshipers will join in celebrating the newest location for The Not Just Coffee Shop . For weeks now, coffee heads have been sniffing around the custom wooden bar inside the market, driven by the smell of freshly roasted beans only to get but a sip every Saturday when the coffee bar would open for ...
    June 11, 2013 - Creative Loafing Charlotte
  • ORRIN MORRIS: Fire pink, or catchfly, saves its nectar for bees, hummingbirds
    Fire pink, or catchfly, saves nectar for bees, birds. The Creator has filled the earth with many wondrous flowers to remind us of His love for all mankind. Their beauty is spread about for all to see. The colors, shapes and habitats seem endless.
    June 10, 2013 - Newton Citizen

  • Misty May-Treanor in
    I moved to France after a personal crisis and started a family there. But even though I enjoy being in France, I don't work there. France is an ocean and I can't be a drop of water there. I'd rather be a drop of creative nectar in the heart of... Anwar Hossain Calcutta Telegraph Jul 7, 2010 66940 89103 nectar I wouldn't be here if I didn't have a great partner in Kerri Walsh," May-Treanor said. "She dishes up the nectar."
  • Mark Cavendish in Times Online
    In his book, Boy Racer, Cavendish describes himself as "a speed merchant who's learnt to dart from wheel to wheel like a bumblebee buzzes from flower to flower in search of the nectar that sprinters call shelter".

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