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rhubarb

(ˈrubɑrb)
n. a brawl, especially in a baseball game. (Old.) There’s a noisy rhubarb down on the field.
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I one day noticed, growing on the sandstone cliffs, some very fine plants of the panke (Gunnera scabra), which somewhat resembles the rhubarb on a gigantic scale.
It is earlier than many of the other classic rhubarbs.
RHUBARB Timperley Early is the best variety for early out-of-doors cropping, with thick stems and good flavour.
And it's so much earlier than many of the other classic rhubarbs.
Buy one crown grown in the Rhubarb Triangle of Yorkshire for pounds 6.
Even more worthwhile for garden accents are the ornamental rhubarbs (Rheum australe and Rheum palmatum).
A TASK force has been set up to root out giant rhubarbs that are threatening large tracts of land in the West of Ireland.
RHUBARB that's in shops at the moment really goes against everything I normal bang on about.