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cherry orchard

focal point of the declining Ranevsky estate. [Russ. Drama: Chekhov The Cherry Orchard in Magill II, 144]
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The Cherry Orchard will be the first major Sherman Theatre produced piece of new writing on the main stage during O'Riordan's tenure as artistic director.
The family leaves the estate to the sound of the cherry orchard being cut down.
Location of works, place of delivery supplies or performance: The Cherry Orchard Equipment: rue de l~Abb Becquet 76500 Elbeuf, Equipment of Feugrais: Street Doctor Villers 76410 Cleon
The spotted wing drosophila (SWD) (Drosophila suzukii [Matsumura]) was first detected in California in 2008 in Santa Cruz County raspberry fields, with subsequent detections in the spring of 2009 in Central Valley cherry orchards (Hauser 2011).
This attack was not linked to the Cherry Orchard incident.
paragraph]) At about 1:30 pm the tractors approached the end of the orchard, which abuts a cherry orchard.
The cherry orchard did not have any commercial value for a practical person.
Were Lopakhin to propose in Act One, The Cherry Orchard could not exist as a play:
3) The recurring theme of home in Murphy's works corresponds, interestingly, to that in Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard, where the conditions that presaged the Russian Revolution offered everyone a chance to be relocated to a new place or position, although not necessarily a secure one.
The house is situated on a pond within the attraction's cherry orchard, and is named after the trees which line it.