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damson

1. a small rosaceous tree, Prunus domestica instititia (or P. instititia), cultivated for its blue-black edible plumlike fruit and probably derived from the bullace
2. the fruit of this tree
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To the south, a signalised junction will also be built between the A181 Sherburn Road and Damson Way.
At Damson Wood, Fletch surprised the children in assembly as they were singing this year's Sign2Sing song Greatest Day by Take That.
To make the damson filling, put the damsons and 100ml water in a medium, heavy-based saucepan and bring to the boil over a medium heat.
the moulds again until To make the damson filling, the damsons and 100ml in a medium, heavy-based and bring to the boil a medium heat.
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Available in stores nationwide 23rd July, Yeo Valley's Damson & Plum yeogurt will be replacing the existing limited edition flavour: Blackcurrant and Elderflower.
Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council has given the go-ahead for a site with seven family units in fields off Old Damson Lane, near Elmdon.
Q What is the difference between a damson and a plum?
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The City of Los Angeles is moving forwards with the process to create a skate facility on the site of the old Damson oil field in Venice, CA.
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