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choko

the cucumber-like fruit of a tropical American cucurbitaceous vine, Sechium edule: eaten as a vegetable in the Caribbean, Australia, and New Zealand
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Right: Jimmy Choo Rob Pruitt silk twill, price on request Below: Fujifilm FinePix JZ100 digital camera, ` 8,499 Above: Lakshmi and Ganesha from Frazer and Haws, price on request Above: Multi diya set from Episode, ` 6,200; Left: Montblanc StarWalker pen, price on request Above: Cocktail ring from Tanya Rossi, ` 1,850; Left: Chocolate crackers from Choko La, ` 2,295 Right: Natural Korbel Champagne, ` 5,000/ 750ml; Bottom- left: Jar set from Magnificence, ` 2,700 Right: Rose Gold Ti- Bridge power reserve watch for men from Corum, price on request Top left to right: Pillar T- light candle from designdeal.
The South Korean delegation headed by Myung-Pil Shim, included among others, Jung Hee Kyu, Director Minister of National River Restoration, Kim Jeung, Director General K Water Project, Kim Seung, Specialist River Ministry, Waqar Khan, CEO Star Hydropower and Choko Rae, Charg' d'affaires Embassy of Korea.
Members of the frequent flyer programme can now earn points at Manchester United Restaurant & Cafe Bar, Rajdhani and Choko la.
Choko (Taiwan), Tokyo Ohka, Du Pont Source: Takao Kanai, Chemical Industry (Nihon Keizai Shimbun, 2006), 65.
1994; Cevallos-Casals and Cisneros-Zevallos, 2003) and anthocyanin-rich corn (strain, Choko C922, Zea mays L.
66) Takeshi Hamashita, Kindai Chugoku no kokusaiteki keiki: Choko boeki shisutemu to kindai Ajia (Tokyo: Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1990), a millennium-long interpretation of the Chinese "tributary" system.
Choko, "Ethnicity and Home Ownership in Montreal, 1921-51," Urban History Review, 26 (March 1998), 32-41.
edule has only a single seed, and is a modern introduction originating in Central America (chayote in Mexico, choko in Australia and New Zealand).