Northern Spy


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Northern Spy

n.
A variety of late-ripening apple with yellowish-red skin.

[Origin unknown.]

North′ern Spy′


n.
an American variety of red-striped apple that ripens in autumn or early winter.
[1840–50, Amer.]
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Noun1.Northern Spy - large late-ripening apple with skin striped with yellow and red
dessert apple, eating apple - an apple used primarily for eating raw without cooking
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But all the other varieties -- Empire, Cortland, Northern Spy -- are doing well, she said.
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The big indoor treat was the two-borough, beyond-eclectic Northern Spy Festival, which hosted lots of new talent plus old treasures like Sabir Mateen, Arthur Doyle, Thurston Moore in duo with Loren Connors, Cooper-Moore, and Rhys Chatham, to name just a few.
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Northern Spy made a satisfactory return when second after a summer break and he can improve in the lingfieldpark.
Thanks to homesteaders who planted orchards in the 18oos, Yosemite is home to rare varieties of heirloom apples like Spitzenberg, Winesap, King, and Northern Spy.
Among other rare varieties grown at Tillington, and included in the heritage apple juice, are Isaac Newton's Tree - identical to and originating from the apple tree which inspired Sir Isaac Newton to discover gravity - Great Expectations, Fairie Queen, Northern Spy, Forty Shilling, Duck's Bill and Bloody Ploughman.
ROCKAVON (of the Sunday Mail) Today's nap: NORTHERN SPY (4.
Northern Spy has not seen much action for a horse of his age but can make up for lost time with victory at Lingfield.

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