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the berries

The most excellent or outstanding. Wow, this cake is the berries! You're really a great baker.
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berries

1. and the berries n. the best; the finest. (Always with the. A noun with the force of an adjective.) Man, this stuff is the berries!
2. n. wine. (see also grape(s).) Lemme stop at the liquor store for some berries.
See also: berry
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Indeed, with some plants, such as pernettya and snowberry, the berries are the main attraction as their flowers are small and insignificant.
Especially in older adults, it's very important to protect the brain from oxidative stress by getting adequate amounts of antioxidants--and berries are particularly rich dietary sources of these substances."
Table grapes differ from wine grapes in the structure of the berries and clusters.
For the berry garnish: To make the stock syrup bring equal amounts of sugar and water to the boil, remove from heat and add the berries.
'Golden Charmer', with its glossy bright green leaves and rich orange berries, P.
Thankfully, the berries ripen at different times but we have to remember not to practice too much patience.
Cancer biologist Gary Stoner of Ohio State University in Columbus and colleagues tested seven berry types against cancer of the esophagus in rats--black raspberries, red raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, noni berries, acai berries and wolfberries (also called goji berries).
They can be grown as free-standing bushes, and most will be producing berries now in varying shades of red, orange or yellow.
According to researchers, the consumption of moderate amounts of berries resulted in favorable changes in platelet function, HDL cholesterol and blood pressure.
Larry Eddings, owner of Pacific Gold, which leases 1,000 acres for farming berries and currently has a tenth of that in organic production, says it's not that easy.
There are two primary types of Lycium Goji berries that are used medicinally.
PYRACANTHA is an evergreen with attractive, serrated leaves, bright berries and long thorns that can inflict nasty scratches -- the name translates from Greek as fire thorn for obvious reasons.
But then one summer the berries in her garden start disappearing.