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Merian has figured the caterpillar of another moth which feeds upon the Papaw-tree (Carica Papaya) with similar hairs.
As dessert a great dish of fresh papaya cut up into squares and soaking in its own juice, was served.
In some countries they wrap meat in papaya leaves for several hours before eating in order to soften it.
“Santa Ana's house is full of bullets” is rather pretty description for the papaya.
Another valuable fruit indigenous to this country is the Papaia (Carica papaya).
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDSTHE DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
The inhabitants have good plantations of fruit-trees—papaya, plantains, and limes—neatly fenced to keep out the pigs.
They had no gardens, their houses and also their outhouses stood among Carica papaya.
Whilst wiping it with a papaya-leaf, she wetted it with her tears.
ATALAFRANOIS AUGUSTE DE CHATEAUBRIAND
This species of dwarf Papaya is of recent introduction to Hawaii.
FRUITS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDSGERRIT PARMILE WILDER
A fruit that always appealed to us was the papaya, or pawpaw.

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