Small ones, like our Tangerines, but native grown, and seedless.
There were tangerines and apples stained with strawberry pink.
"Tangerines, nuts, figs and sponge cake," chattered Henrietta.
My father hardly knew where to go, so he crawled under a wahoo bush to think, and ate eight tangerines.
He could have eaten twelve but he hadn't seen any tangerines on this island and he could not risk running out of something to eat.
He ate three tangerines, making sure to keep all the peels this time, and put on his rubber boots.
My father was very hungry so he sat down under a baby banyan tree on the side of the trail and ate four tangerines.
But let me call your attention to the fact that we are in the wilds of Egypt and that tangerines are hardly a lasting breakfast.
A fitful gleam of sunshine lit up and reddened the pile of tangerines in a shop window.
And homage must be paid to the best persimmons, which yield place only to oranges and tangerines.