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baby vegetables are smaller than usual and have a sweeter taste
spoken the green leaves of vegetables, especially when they have been cooked
a vegetable such as a carrot whose root is the part that is eaten
a large hard vegetable with very thick skin
not grown at the normal time or under normal conditions
a medical test in which blood cells are taken from the body and examined to find out if they are healthy
a girl who sings in a church choir
someone on a film set who takes care of plants, trees, and other various landscaping materials like rocks, gravel, sand, etc.
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