"Mr. cherry was so upset that I heard him outside my trailer talking about something," Sheridan said in a declaration.
Sheridan's team will depict cherry as an "abusive" and "overly aggressive" boss.
A few minutes later, when cherry was finished talking to the other actors, Sheridan testified, she approached him again.
There is no cherry picking if it was using the information you had at the time to make an informed judgment in good faith.
But the cherry is liquefied, frozen, with a cherry stem put into it, then dipped it into this incredibly dark chocolate.
The young ladies were taunting one another; Juliet in frantic passion; cherry in sarcastic mockery.
They are very good, always retaining the taste of the cherry.
cherry said, as the dog leaped to his place on the front seat, and licked his mistress's ear.
I tried to remember the most of it, but my head was whirling—and not from cherry rum, either.
We have stolen a branch from a cherry tree and are trying to make pipes for ourselves.
c.1300, earlier in surname Chyrimuth (1266, literally "Cherry-mouth"); from Anglo-French cherise, from Old North French cherise (Old French, Modern French cerise, 12c.), from Vulgar Latin *ceresia, from late Greek kerasian "cherry," from Greek kerasos "cherry tree," possibly from a language of Asia Minor. Mistaken in Middle English for a plural and stripped of its -s (cf. pea).
Old English had ciris "cherry" from a West Germanic borrowing of the Vulgar Latin word (cf. German Kirsch), but it died out after the Norman invasion and was replaced by the French word. Meaning "maidenhead, virginity" is from 1889, U.S. slang, from supposed resemblance to the hymen, but perhaps also from the long-time use of cherries as a symbol of the fleeting quality of life's pleasures.
In mint condition; pristine: Mint is what I'm saying. Cherry/ including cherry restorations of Belairs and Fairlanes from the Fifties (1950s+ Hot rodders)
[sexual senses fr the fancied resemblance between the hymen and a cherry]