lima bean


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lima bean:

see beanbean,
name applied to the seeds of leguminous trees and shrubs and to various leguminous plants of the family Leguminosae (pulse family) with edible seeds or seed pods (legumes). The genera and species encompassed by the term bean are many and variable.
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Just after midnight I spotted the shuttle, which appeared as a deep orange ball shining around magnitude-1--I like to think it was bright enough for Lima Bean to see.
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Cook lima beans, covered, in boiling water to cover 15-20 minutes or until tender.
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Ima Lima Bean Olivian Griffin, age 7 Union, Missouri
One night at dinner, she speared a lima bean with her fork, lifted it toward her mouth and stared at it, her eyes dark enough to entertain magic or sadness.