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Definition of Oxheart

Oxheart
Oxheart Ox"heart`, n. A large heart-shaped cherry, either black, red, or white.

Meaning of Oxheart from wikipedia

- 1945) is an American actress. After making her film debut playing Mrs. Oxheart in Popeye (1980), Hunt's breakthrough came playing the male character Billy...
- as Ham Gravy Sharon Kinney as Cherry Peter Bray as Oxblood Oxheart Linda Hunt as Mrs. Oxheart Geoff Hoyle as Scoop Wayne Robson as Chizzelflint Klaus Voormann...
- growing from 6 to 12 ounces (170 to 340 g). It varies widely in shape, from "oxheart" to plum, and though coreless, is somewhat seedier and sweeter than normal...
- than plum tomatoes. Tomberries, tiny tomatoes, about 5 mm in diameter Oxheart tomatoes can range in size up to beefsteaks, and are shaped like large...
- as Flora Weems, Jack Harrold as Bluestone, David Atkinson as Oliver J. Oxheart, and Malcolm Lee Beggs as Stark Clayton. Alton, Channing, and Rosenstock...
- older sailor rival of Popeye) Bolo (a humanoid slave of the Sea Hag) Bullo Oxheart and his mother (a boxer rival of Popeye) B. Loony Bullony (a depressive...
- Farmer & Marvel Bar (Minneapolis, MN) Little Serow (Washington, D.C.) Oxheart (Houston, TX) Bäco Mercat (Los Angeles, CA) Cakes & Ale (Decatur, GA) 2013...
- Tandy Wilson, City House, Nashville, TN Best Chef: Southwest: Justin Yu, Oxheart, Houston, TX Best Chef: West: Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo, Animal, Los Angeles...
- States Tomato Livingston’s Golden Queen tomato United States Tomato Orange Oxheart tomato United States Tomato Radiator Charlie’s Mortgage Lifter tomato United...
- the family Glossidae include: Glossus Glossus hum**** Linnaeus, 1758 – Oxheart clam Meiocardia H. and A. Adams, 1857 Meiocardia vulgaris (Reeve, 1845)...
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