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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
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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
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Grapevine

A distributed system project.

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