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see turnipturnip,
garden vegetable of the same genus of the family Cruciferae (or Brassicaceae; mustard family) as the cabbage; native to Europe, where it has been long cultivated. The two principal kinds are the white (Brassica rapa) and the yellow (B.
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rutabaga

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(botany)
Brassica napobrassica. A biennial crucifer of the order Capparales probably resulting from the natural crossing of cabbage and turnip and characterized by a large, edible, yellowish fleshy root.

rutabaga

US and Canadian a Eurasian plant, Brassica napus (or B. napobrassica), cultivated for its bulbous edible root, which is used as a vegetable and as cattle fodder: family Brassicaceae (crucifers)
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Alan Clayton-Matthews, Massachusetts forecast manager for NEEP and a professor at the University of Massachusetts at Boston, said the housing market is a "downward force" on the state's economy, offset by a national and global demand for the state's technology products and knowledge-based services.
With so many things having to be addressed, it is perfectly understandable that a discussion about whether or not we need a NEEP has been delayed.
Also while the neeps are cooking, put the marinade into a saucepan and boil it rapidly until it has reduced to a tablespoon.
Mr Neep said the increase in profits was driven by a mixture of strong growth from its core brands and good levels of cost control.
As previously reported in The Journal the NEEP will be initially tasked with overseeing efforts to secure investment from the Government's pounds 1.4bn regional growth fund.
I am much more afraid to go out now, even if there are young children about," said Mr Neep, a former special constable.
The NEEP is the best solution we could have hoped for given the clear suspicion of the new Government towards anything with a 'regional' dimension.
The five authorities have been working very closely with the rest of our North-east councils, one hopes the North East Economic Partnership (NEEP) will also keep us all together as a region.
Profit was pounds 9.57m, shares rose 1.9 per cent to 922.5p and boss Paul Neep celebrated with a glass of 10-year old Glenmorangie.
The irony that the RDA is being wound up and two LEPs and a NEEP are being created is not lost on many.
The NBF and ANEC set out their case for an NEEP in a submission to the Government on September 6.