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 What food got its name from hanging in bunches like grapes?

Answer The grapefruit seems to have little in common with the grape. It is sour, and it has a thick rind. The grapefruit displays neat sections when sliced. Yet, its name, which can be traced back to 19th... Read More »
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What is the difference between muscadine grapes&regular grapes?

Muscadine grapes are one of the many types of grape varietals. While muscadine grapes have many similarities to table grapes, which are commonly thought of as "regular grapes," they also have many ... Read More »
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How to Put Your Hair in Two Bunches?

This hairstyle is for any age and can be changed to suit anyone and any hair types.
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What is this plant i find growing in big bunches?

Looks a bit like bugle (Ajuga- member of the mint family)Does it have square stems?
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Do all wild blueberries grow in bunches?

Yes, wild blueberries always grow in bunches. Wild blueberries, also known as lowbush blueberries, are native to the northeastern part of the United States. They grow in small bunches, or clusters,... Read More »
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