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Fruit-trees are clearly too scarce, though Cherries in abundance were offered for sale as we passed.
GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY
And the two children followed the road eating the cherries and throwing the stones to the right and the left.
HONEY-BEEANATOLE FRANCE
Benny trotted to and fro, waiting upon the busy pickers, his cheeks as red as the cherries themselves.
THE BOX-CAR CHILDRENGERTRUDE CHANDLER WARNER
He paid them four dollars and gave them all the cherries they could carry, although they tried to object.
THE BOX-CAR CHILDRENGERTRUDE CHANDLER WARNER
In every hedge we passed were medlars, plumbs, cherries, and maples with vines trained to them.
Picture it, Wesley: cherries served in golden bowls, heaped on the snow trotted down from mountain-tops by marathons of slaves.
As soon as he saw the carriage appear between the poplars he became as pensive as a boy caught in the act of stealing cherries.
Cherries also should be stoned, and red cherries only should be used for pies.
The robin has a bad reputation among people who do not value themselves less for being fond of cherries.
But for a' that and twice as muckle 's a' that, I would not exchange him for all the cherries that ever came out of Asia Minor.

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