fruiter


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fruiter

(ˈfruːtə)
n
1. (Agriculture) a fruit grower
2. (Plants) any tree that bears fruit, esp edible fruit
References in classic literature ?
Trans-Asiatic Directs we met, soberly ringing the world round the Fiftieth Meridian at an honest seventy knots; and white-painted Ackroyd & Hunt fruiters out of the south fled beneath us, their ventilated hulls whistling like Chinese kites.
Likewise, he said that rates of fruit per kilogram of high and medium quality in Islamabad are as follows: Apple Golden Rs 125/95, Papaya Rs 145/110, Apple China Rs 235/195, Banana Pak Rs 90/65, Guava Rs 75/55, Pomegranate Rs 215/145, Fruiter Rs 100/80, Pear China Rs 165/130 and Orange (Khanpur) Rs 100/80.
Likewise, he said that rates of fruit per kilogram of high and medium quality in Islamabad are as follows: Apple Golden Rs 170/130, Papaya Rs 170/130, Apple China Rs 260/225, Banana Pak Rs 115/85, Guava Rs 75/65, Pomegranate Rs 220/150, Fruiter Rs 110/80, Pear China Rs 180/145 and Orange (Khanpur) Rs 125/110.
Likewise, he said that rates of fruit per kilogram of high and medium quality in Islamabad are as follows: Apple Golden Rs 130/95, Papaya Rs 110/85, Apple China Rs 220/180, Banana Pak Rs 78/58, Japanese Fruit Rs 92/72, Guava Rs 62/49, Grapes Sundar khani Rs 300/260, Pomegranate Rs 180/145, Apple Kala kolu Rs 160/132, Fruiter Rs 75/60 and Pear China Rs 155/1.
Likewise, the rates of fruits per kilogram of high and medium quality in Islamabad are as follows: Apple (kala kalo) Rs 120/90, Apple Golden Rs 100/60, Apple White Rs 90/55, Apple China Rs 150/120, Banana Pak Rs 88/48, Guava 92/50, Pomegranate Rs 182/130, Musumi Rs 155/115, Shakri Rs 172/115, Kino Rs 65/40, Fruiter Rs 100/60, Pear China Rs 145/120 and Red blood oranges Rs 160/115.
fruiter,-our [AF; CF fruitier] 'a fruit seller, a dealer in fruit'; 'a household official in charge of fruit'); woman-chaundeler (chaundeler [OF chandelier (from L candelarium)]) 'one who makes candles or deals in materials for making candles; a chandler' 1425 MED); wax~chaundeler 'one who makes wax candles, a wax chandler; also, a member of the guild of candle makers' (wax [OE weax, wsex, wex; cp.
said "Flavorwise, the GOfermentor was probably fruiter, brighter fruit flavors.
In the beginning, a lot of people wanted the sweeter, fruiter ciders.
I was surprised that this whisky, being an 18 year old, had fresher, fruiter flavors than the 15 year old solera reserve.
The quantities of phenolic acid components among the rest of citrus peel were fruiter (0.
However, Beaujolais is even softer and fruiter than Gamay-based wines made elsewhere because of a unique winemaking process employed in this region, carbonic maceration.
In one case a fruiter was paid C80 and a brickyard labourer was offered 100[pounds] for supplying incriminating evidence against `troublesome' labourers (Linebaugh 1991: 282).