appley

appley

(ˈæplɪ)
adj
resembling or tasting like an apple: an excellent, appley wine.
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In December 2017, McDonald's USA completed the transition to Honest Kids Appley Ever After organic juice drink, which has 45 less calories and half the total sugar than the prior 100 percent apple juice served in the U.
The men, who also had a crowbar, were confronted by the brave customer after they raided the store in Appley Bridge, Wigan.
The result is a creamy caramelised appley flavour, a real taste of Autumn giving a new twist to traditional Hallowe'en fayre.
Clean and zingy in the mouth initially, it then thickens out through the mid-palate as the fruit gathers momentum, with more stonefruit tones that suited my pork and appley cabbage side dish.
Then CCTV footage identifies the attacker as Jacob Appley, a local man suffering from psychopathic schizophrenia.
Elegant, crisp, appley and fresh" is Asda's label statement.
It was told that April 10 last year was hot but water in the quarry at Appley Bridge, near Wigan, was a chilly 7C.
By centralizing all of our asset, finance and budget information in one place, rather than in disconnected systems, Voyager gives us complete integration of data, said Stuart Appley, senior vice president and chief information officer for Shorenstein, an owner and operator of office properties.
99, Asda) is well concentrated with a lightly floral nose, well balanced appley fruit flavours and fresh acidity on the finish.
This has a fresh nose, light texture and flavours that centre around peach and sweeter spices but with a crisp, appley acidity.
At Witton Castle, S Campbell landed 12 on dry fly, M Appley netted 11 on small dry flies, P Raysbeck had 10 on a variety of dry patterns and T Ross landed eight in a four-hour session on an Olive CdC.