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Old 07-13-2015, 07:15 PM   #41
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#3. What about artichoke it's a perennial vegetable!
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Old 07-13-2015, 08:08 PM   #42
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#1... guessed orienteering
#2... guessed Space Needle Restaurant
#4... guessed cricket... shoulda known BB
#5... guessed "none" and still think I'm right. Strawberry "seeds" are tiny fruits, not technically seeds.
#11... missed lettuce, guessed celery... dumb, except that V8 juice contains lettuce

got the rest of them...

agree on artichokes... perennial, with some care.

on reaching base... redduck's list looked pretty good... if the batter gets a "hit", reaches first base, but a runner is thrown out in a run down at home, ending the inning, does the hit count?

A fun exercise...
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on reaching base... redduck's list looked pretty good... if the batter gets a "hit", reaches first base, but a runner is thrown out in a run down at home, ending the inning, does the hit count?

A fun exercise...
This is a guess from the little I know...

Yes... as long as he gets to first before the rundown starts...

IOW, if it is a hit to the SS and he throws home to get the runner out (don't know why he would not have thrown to first.. but hey)... and it takes awhile to get the runner out... there is no hit since it was fielders choice....


But say there is a runner on second... and the hit it to the outfield and the runner tries to score... it does not matter if there were a rundown or not, the hit stands...
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11) I've only seen kiwi sold fresh.
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11) I've only seen kiwi sold fresh.
It comes frozen in bags now. People add them to their smoothies.

I would nitpick and say lettuce is processed in that you can buy those lettuce or salad bags now. I guess it is still "fresh" though. If you remember to use it quick that is..

Got 5 of them, for the record.
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Come to think of it, pretty sure you can buy stir-fried salad.

And frozen / precooked wok dishes sometimes contain salad.
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Come to think of it, pretty sure you can buy stir-fried salad.

And frozen / precooked wok dishes sometimes contain salad.
I've grilled romain lettuce. But I guess I've never seen lettuce sold cooked. That doesn't mean it doesn't exist, but I would say it is a rarity.

Hah, they should have followed my lead, and added "almost never..."!

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