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  • n. Any of various species of hummingbird of the genus Anthracothorax, such as the Jamaican mango.


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  • His father said to him pointing at an immature mango hanging from the mango tree, You see that Mango son?

    Mango Tree

  • There are a lot of delicious ways to eat mango, but the Pickle with Mango and Amaranth Leaves from Srivalli at Cooking 4 All Seasons is one of the most intriguing uses for mango that I've seen for a long time.

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  • When she called PCH, she was instructed to call a "Dr. Moore" and use the code word "Mango," which she did, only to be told she needed to send $450 via Western Union to receive her new car.


  • So I spent the afternoon with 50 - 100 others hanging out in Mango trees, standing on ladders & scaffolding drinking beer so we could watch the game.

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  • Penney has taken similar steps with Sephora makeup boutiques and by bringing in a collection from European fashion label Mango.

    Penney's New Boss to Split Duties With Outgoing CEO

  • The duo's fame was pretty much restricted to Senegal until 1994, when a guest spot on Baaba Maal's 'Firin' In Fouta 'album led to Baaba's label Mango (Island Records' now defunct World Music imprint) signing them.

    Cross Rhythms

  • Tulca has been given the go-ahead to launch a low-cost domestic airliner - to be called Mango - later this month, amid private companies 'fears of unfair competition.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • We found Igubo's sons -- the eldest of whom was called Mango and the other Paulo -- creeping along the banks at a little distance down the river.

    In the Wilds of Africa

  • The Mango is a Fruit brought to us from the _East Indies, _ about the Shape and Bigness of a small Melon; it has a large Stone in it, and comes to us in a Pickle, which is strong tasted of Garlick, but approved by most

    The Country Housewife and Lady's Director in the Management of a House, and the Delights and Profits of a Farm

  • The Mango is a sneaker; the flavor doesn't really hit your mouth until you swallow your first bite.

    Kate in the Kitchen


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