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get on (one's) quince

To irritate or annoy one. Primarily heard in Australia. Boy, you are really getting on my quince today. Why can't you just do what I ask without arguing about it?
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get on someone's quince

irritate or exasperate someone. Australian informal
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In this study, we investigated in vitro antifungal activity of green tea and quince leaf on Candida isolates obtained from blood cultures.
That timeframe is "too long" and it must be "far more ambitious", said Mr Quince, who co-chairs the All Party Parliamentary Group for Ending Homelessness with Mr Coyle.
In a statement, Mr Quince said he did not believe Mr Bercow was the right person to resolve the "numerous and serious issues" which had been raised about the conduct of some The moves come after a damning report by Dame Laura Cox QC highlighted a Westminster culture which allowed the bullying and sexual harassment of staff to flourish.
Quince personally interviewed Johnson, and a video of their conversation provides one of the project's most moving contributions.
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Falling Sky Brewing, Ninkasi Brewing Co., San Carlos Quince, and WildCraft Cider Works each earned a 2018 Good Food Award, given out Friday at a gala event in San Francisco.
3 Add the quince, vinegar and stock, and season to taste with salt and ground black pepper.
Quince (Cydonia oblonga Mill.) belongs to the Maloideae subfamily of the Rosaceae family, which includes apples and pears, all of them commercially important fruits.
ANYONE WHO'S ATTEMPTED TO bake with quince knows the knobby, rock-hard fruit isn't easy on the home cook.
While exploring the US social and political landscape of the late 19th century, Quince found both the primary and secondary literature focused on the overpowering influence of expansion ideology.
Quince leaves have been used as folk medicine in Turkey.