whinberry


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Noun1.Whinberry - erect European blueberry having solitary flowers and blue-black berrieswhinberry - erect European blueberry having solitary flowers and blue-black berries
European blueberry, whortleberry, bilberry - blue-black berries similar to American blueberries
blueberry, blueberry bush - any of numerous shrubs of the genus Vaccinium bearing blueberries
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Maria Clarke, of Whinberry Drive, Kirkby, admitted concealing, disguising converting or transferring criminal property.
Suitably protected she collects pounds of an elusive berry referred to in the 19th century as black-hearts and since then named everything from whinberry, winberry, windberry, wimberry and myrtle blueberry to fraughan.
The title is illustrated with stunning photography, accompanying 80-plus recipes for all seasons, including lamb with laver and orange sauce, Powis cheese pudding, whinberry and apple pie and Welsh caKes.
Recorder Elwen Evans QC told Tulloch, of Whinberry Way, St Fagans, that he had the police officer in the case to thank for him being able to walk out of court yesterday instead of being taken to the cells.
For a summer treat why not plant the Highbush Blueberry, related to our own whinberry, but as an import from America that much larger.
TRY local delicacies like whinberry fruit pie - it's absolutely delicious.
But unbeknown to her a second man entered her home on Whinberry Place in Birstall.
Westfield Park in St Fagans includes the streets of Celadine Road, Butterbur Place, Ramsoms Way, Fescue Place, Marguerites Way, Yarrow Close, Whinberry Way, Crosswells Way and Vervain Close.
She remembered going to the farm, taking a whinberry tart as a gift, but she was greeted by a servant girl who came out into the yard, barring the doorway behind her.
The residents of Whinberry Drive must be pleased with her objections on their behalf.
Maria Clarke, of Whinberry Drive, Kirkby, admitted concealing, disguising, converting or transferring criminal property.