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ripe

(of fruit, grain, etc.) mature and ready to be eaten or used; fully developed

ripe

[rīp]
(botany)
Of fruit, fully developed, having mature seed and so usable as food.
(forestry)
Of timber or a forest, ready to be cut.
(geology)
Referring to peat, in an advanced state of decay.
(hydrology)
Descriptive of snow that is in a condition to discharge meltwater; ripe snow usually has a coarse crystalline structure, a snow density near 0.5, and a temperature near 32°F (0°C).

RIPE

R?seaux IP Europ?ens
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Our academic engagement with universities is by far one of the most gratifying and fulfilling initiatives our team in the Middle East office works on, said Paul Rendek, Director of External Relations, RIPE NCC.
Well, yes, there is a reason why the ripe ones come already cleaned.
As such, it has become extremely important for banks to establish full network resiliency as well as full autonomy in data routing, according to Paul Rendek, Director of External Relations at the RIPE NCC.
As such, it has become extremely important for banks to establish full network resiliency as well as full autonomy in data routing," said Paul Rendek, director of external relations at the RIPE NCC.
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99, Waitrose) is a well structured, crisp and racy riesling with honeyed aromas and ripe acidity.
Ripe for picking Pick early ripening apples such as the James Grieve and Fortune varieties.
If it gives to pressure, it's ripe and ready to eat.
The Woodland Trust has only received 31 reports of ripe blackberries so far to its Nature's Calendar survey, in which members of the public record the signs of the changing seasons.