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Noun1.tangor - large citrus tree having large sweet deep orange fruit that is easily peeled; widely cultivated in Florida
temple orange - large sweet easily-peeled Florida fruit with deep orange rind
genus Citrus - orange; lemon; lime; etc.
orange tree, orange - any citrus tree bearing oranges
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3) Burak Tangor ve Haldun Yalcinkaya, "Guvenlik Yonetisimi Cercevesinde Ozel Askeri Sirketler", Uluslararasi Iliskiler, Cilt 7, Sayi 25, Bahar 2010, s.
Burak Tangor, Avrupa Guvenlik Yonetisimi Bosna, Kosova ve Makedonya Krizleri, (Istanbul: Seckin Yayincilik), p.
Frost at the University of California at Riverside in 1935, by cross-pollinating the King Tangor and the Willow Leafor Mediterranean Mandarin.
AR ol darllen eich colofn am Adleisiau o'r Rhyfel Mawr (Yr Herald, Gorffennaf 30), meddyliais y buaswn yn ysgrifennu ychydig o eiriau am hen ewythr i mi, sef Robert Hughes, Bryn Tangor, Bryneglwys, sef brawd fy nain a fu farw o;i anafiadau ar Fedi 17, 1917.
Nabam Rebia, Forest and Environment Parliamentary Secretary C T Mein, Laeta Umbrey, Phosum Khimhun, Tangor Tapak and Bamang Felix strongly supported the resolution, while Law Parliamentary Secretary J K Panggeng stated that the statehood was given in a hurry with political exigency which should have been deferred.
citri by comparing the occurrence of adults in managed orchards of 'Valencia' orange, 'Ponkan' mandarin, and 'Murcott' tangor trees.
Effect of different pollen parents on seediness and quality of 'Ellendale' tangor.
When she sees Hippomenes, she says, 'nee forma tangor, (poteram tamen hac quoque tango, I sed quod adhuc puer est: non me movet ipse, sed aetas' ("I am not touched by his beauty--though I could be touched by this as well but because he's still a boy; he himself doesn't move me, but his age does," 10.