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grapevine

1. any of several vitaceous vines of the genus Vitis, esp V. vinifera of E Asia, widely cultivated for its fruit (grapes): family Vitaceae
2. a wrestling hold in which a wrestler entwines his own leg around his opponent's and exerts pressure against various joints

grapevine

A running ornament or carved panel which consisted of grapevines with bunches of grapes and grape leaves; popular in communities along the Rhine and elsewhere in Germany.
See also: Ornament

Grapevine

A distributed system project.

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In the future, a grapevine variety could be bred to produce less GT enzyme.
21) Severe winter weather, as well as recent trends in extreme temperature fluctuations during late winter and early spring, tends to cause damage to grapevine trunks, which allows the entry of R.
That wouldn't be a problem considering all of the amenities in Grapevine, including the Sea Life Aquarium, billiards and bowling at Main Event Entertainment, and plenty of outlet shopping at Grapevine Mills with its many specialty and high-end stores.
The data clearly showed that GFLV is one of the most widespread grapevine viruses in the research area.
Kirstie Nichols, fundraising manager at Grapevine, said: "We're so grateful to Alsters Kelley Solicitors for supporting the scheme - we recognise that people want to help local charities like ours, but with less money in your pock-pock et it's hard to do so.
By using the leafhopper vector injected with the cultured and purified bacteria, the disease symptoms can be consistently reproduced in healthy grapevines and the same organism reisolated from clean leafhoppers fed on these plants and on naturally infected plants from the field.
Vegetative and reproductive growth: For study of vegetative and reproductive behavior five canes were tagged on each experimental grapevine.
Grapevine also offers more than 500 mid-priced and economy hotel rooms, as well as three golf courses that are rated among the nation's top 50 public courses.
Grapevine, knee up (knee lift), hamstring curl (leg curl) and lunges.
In "The Goophered Grapevine," Henry, a field hand, thrives in the summer when the grape vines are green and wither s in the fall when the vines themselves do the same.