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WHAT DOES GOOSEBERRY MEAN IN ENGLISH?
The gooseberry (/ˈɡuːsbɛri/ or /ˈɡuːzbɛri/ (American) or /ˈɡʊzbəri/ (British)), with scientific names Ribes uva-crispa (and syn. Ribes grossularia), is a species of Ribes (which also includes the currants). It is native to Europe, northwestern Africa, west, south and southeast Asia. Gooseberry bushes produce an edible fruit and are grown on both a commercial and domestic basis. Although usually placed as a subgenus within Ribes, a few taxonomists treat Grossularia as a separate genus, although hybrids between gooseberry and blackcurrant (e.g., the jostaberry) are possible. The subgenus Grossularia differs somewhat from currants, chiefly in their spiny stems, and in that their flowers grow one to three together on short stems, not in racemes. It is one of several similar species in the subgenus Grossularia; for the other related species (e.g., North American Gooseberry Ribes hirtellum), see the genus page Ribes.
The translations of gooseberry from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «gooseberry» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «GOOSEBERRY» OVER TIME
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QUOTES WITH «GOOSEBERRY»
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Gooseberries should be mainstream berries! Why are chemically fattened strawberries a thing? Why not the delicious gooseberry?
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GOOSEBERRY»
Discover the use of gooseberry in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to gooseberry and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
When a storm separates Stumpy the squirrel from her newborn babies, her animal friends come to the rescue.
Cynthia Rylant, 1995
101 Cupcakes, Cookies and Brownies: Scrumptious Easy-to-make ...
Everyone loves a sweet treat!
Gooseberry Patch, 2011
Gooseberry Patch Celebrate the Seasons
From Valentine's Day and Easter to the Fourth of July and Christmas, this entertaining and inspirational handbook presents a host of innovative decorating ideas, craft projects, and recipes, all keyd to the major holidays of the year.
Leisure Arts, Gooseberry Patch, 2002
Get-Togethers with Gooseberry Patch Cookbook
Tried & true recipes you expect with a fresh style...this cookbook brings Gooseberry Patch to life in stunning, full-color photographs and was created exclusively by us.
Gooseberry Patch, 2005
Gooseberry Patch Oh-So-Sweet Baby Knits
Gooseberry Patch Oh-So-Sweet Baby Knits (Leisure Arts #4778) features 12 designs to knit using light or medium weight yarns and requiring Easy to Intermediate skills.
Gooseberry Patch, 2010
My Favorite Recipes: A Create-your-own Cookbook!
Room for your favorite recipes!
Gooseberry Patch, 2006
Field Guide to Edible Wild Plants
CURRANTS and GOOSEBERRIES (Ribes) FAMILY - Gooseberry (
Grossulariaceae) OTHER NAMES- Buffalo Currant, Wax Currant, Whitestem
Gooseberry, Sticky Currant, Western Black Currant, Golden Currant, Red Garden
Currant. Swamp ...
Bradford Angier, 1974
Coming Home with Gooseberry Patch Cookbook
There are so many joys of living in a small town...Saturday morning farmers'
markets, barn auctions, spirited parades down the main street and Friday night
football games. Friends wave as you drive by and neighbors catch up over the ...
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Trees, Shrubs, and Vines for Attracting Birds
Ribes cynosbati L. GROSSULARIACEAE Description. Pasture gooseberry is a
thorny shrub, 3 to 4 feet tall. It is a frequent nest site of several songbirds, and its
fruits are relished by birds. Other common names are prickly wild gooseberry and
Richard M. DeGraaf, 2002
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «GOOSEBERRY»
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'Footloose' and fashion free: Teens embrace the '80s in Gooseberry …
The Gooseberry Park Players cast members in "Footloose" includes, from left, Payton Hausauer, Ryan Schlepp, Josie Gompf, Lance Morlock, ... «INFORUM, Jul 15»
Tale of two gooseberries
The contrast between Philip and Lizzy Hawkins's gooseberry crop, above, ... Both concerned that Marmite of the soft fruit world, the gooseberry. «Isle of Wight County Press, Jul 15»
Gladwin District Library news
by Anna Shuttlewood and 'Just Like Daddy' by Ovi Nedelcu; juvenile books, such as 'Gooseberry Park and the Master Plan' by Cynthia Rylant ... «Gladwin County Record & Beaverton Clarion, Jul 15»
Navratilova in invitation doubles
... at the end of the long corridor. Roger Federer walks by, the Swiss a bit of a gooseberry, as we all are. No words are exchanged between champion and loser. «BBC Sport, Jul 15»
Weekend Warriors: 'Nerds' take over Gooseberry Park to do battle
More than 50 people gathered at Gooseberry Park to imitate a mid-eighth century battle called the Battle of Bràvellir with hammers, shields and ... «INFORUM, Jul 15»
Kayaker calls police to rescue walker who fell into Red River
Fargo and Moorhead police responded to the 4:23 p.m. call and found the woman just south of Gooseberry Park, said Moorhead police Sgt. «INFORUM, Jul 15»