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Chardonnay

Chardonnay is a green-skinned grape variety used to make white wine. It originated in the Burgundy wine region of eastern France but is now grown wherever wine is produced, from England to New Zealand. For new and developing wine regions, growing Chardonnay is seen as a "rite of passage" and an easy entry into the international wine market.

White wine grape varieties Wine grapes of Italy
Watermelon

Watermelon (Citrullus lanatus, family Cucurbitaceae) is a vine-like (scrambler and trailer) flowering plant originally from southern Africa. Its fruit, which is also called watermelon, is a special kind referred to by botanists as a pepo, a berry which has a thick rind and fleshy center (mesocarp and endocarp). Pepos are derived from an inferior ovary, and are characteristic of the Cucurbitaceae.

Hawaiian cuisine Crops originating from Africa Plants and pollinators Melons Cucurbitaceae
List of melons

This list of melons includes members of the plant family Cucurbitaceae with edible, fleshy fruit e.g. gourds or cucurbits. The word "melon" can refer to either the plant or specifically to the fruit. Many different cultivars have been produced, particularly of muskmelons. Although the melon is a botanical fruit, some varieties may be considered culinary vegetables rather than fruits.

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Cantaloupe

Cantaloupe refers to a variety of Cucumis melo, a species in the family Cucurbitaceae which includes nearly all melons and squashes. Cantaloupes range in size from 0.5 to 5.0 kilograms (1.1 to 11 lb). Originally, cantaloupe referred only to the non-netted orange-fleshed melons of Europe. However, in more recent usage, it has come to mean any orange-fleshed melon (C. melo).

Cantaloupe
Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness

Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness is the third album by American alternative rock band The Smashing Pumpkins, released October 24, 1995 on Virgin Records. Produced by frontman Billy Corgan with Flood and Alan Moulder, the twenty-eight-track album was released as a two-disc CD and triple LP. The album features a wide array of styles, as well as greater musical input from bassist D'arcy Wretzky and second guitarist James Iha.

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Blind Melon

Blind Melon is an American rock band active from 1989 to 1999, and from 2006 onward. Best remembered for their 1993 single "No Rain", the group enjoyed critical and commercial success in the early 1990s with their neo-psychedelic take on alternative rock. The 1995 death of lead vocalist Shannon Hoon halted the band's activity, and the members went on hiatus until officially disbanding in 1999.

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Bitter melon

Momordica charantia, called bitter melon, bitter gourd or bitter squash in English, is a tropical and subtropical vine of the family Cucurbitaceae, widely grown in Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean for its edible fruit, which is among the most bitter of all fruits. Its many varieties differ substantially in the shape and bitterness of the fruit. This is a plant of the tropics, but its original native range is unknown.

Momordica Medicinal plants Okinawan cuisine Flora of Pakistan Flora of the Maldives Fruit vegetables Melons Cucurbitaceae
Muskmelon

Muskmelon (Cucumis melo) is a species of melon that has been developed into many cultivated varieties. These include smooth skinned varieties such as honeydew, crenshaw and casaba, and different netted cultivars (cantaloupe, Persian melon and Santa Claus or Christmas melon). The Armenian cucumber is also a variety of muskmelon, but its shape, taste, and culinary uses more closely resemble those of a cucumber.

Melons Cucurbitaceae
Asimina triloba

Asimina triloba, the pawpaw, paw paw, paw-paw, or common pawpaw, is a species of Asimina (the pawpaw genus) in the same plant family as the custard-apple, cherimoya, sweetsop, ylang-ylang and soursop. The pawpaw is native to the Eastern, Southern, and Midwestern United States and adjacent southernmost Ontario, Canada, from New York west to eastern Nebraska, and south to northern Florida and eastern Texas.

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Winter melon

The winter melon, also called white gourd, winter gourd, ash gourd, "fuzzy gourd", or "fuzzy melon", is a vine grown for its very large fruit, eaten as a vegetable when mature. It is the only member of the genus Benincasa. The fruit is fuzzy when young. The immature melon has thick white flesh that is sweet when eaten. By maturity, the fruit loses its hairs and develops a waxy coating, giving rise to the name wax gourd, and providing a long shelf life.

Medicinal plants Fruit vegetables Monotypic plant genera Melons Philippine cuisine Cucurbitaceae
Honeydew (melon)

Honeydew is a cultivar group of the muskmelon, Cucumis melo Inodorus group, which includes crenshaw, casaba, Persian, winter, and other mixed melons.

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Melon (whale)

The melon is an ovoid-shaped, fatty organ found in the forehead of all toothed whales (odontocetes), including dolphins and porpoises (Cranford et al. , 1996; Harper, C. J. , et al. , 2008) and believed to be used in echolocation. The melon is structurally part of the nasal apparatus (the nose) and comprises most of the mass tissue between the blowhole and the tip of the snout.

Cetaceans
Melon de Bourgogne

Melon de Bourgogne or Melon is a variety of white grape grown primarily in the Loire Valley region of France. It is also grown in North America. It is best known through its use in the white wine Muscadet. As its name suggests, the grape originated in Burgundy and was grown there until its destruction was ordered in the early 18th century.

White wine grape varieties
Melocactus

Melocactus (melon cactus) is a genus of cactus with about 30-40 species. They are native to the Caribbean, western Mexico through Central America to northern South America, with some species along the Andes down to southern Peru, and a concentration of species in northeastern Brazil. The first species was named by Carl Linnaeus in 1753, as Cactus melocactus. When the genus was separated from Cactus, the pre-Linnaean name Melocactus was used.

Melocactus Cactaceae genera
Melon-headed whale

The melon-headed whale (species Peponocephala electra; other names are many-toothed blackfish and electra dolphin) is a cetacean of the oceanic dolphin family. It is closely related to the pygmy killer whale and pilot whale, and collectively these dolphin species are known by the common name blackfish. It is also related to the false killer whale. The melon-headed whale is widespread throughout the world's tropical waters, although not often seen by humans because it prefers deep water.

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Melon Kinenbi

was an all-girl Japanese pop group within Hello! Project. They were formed after they successfully passed the 2nd Morning Musume & Michiyo Heike Imotobun Audition. Melon Kinenbi is the oldest group in the history of Hello! Project not to have changed any of its members since its formation. The band occasionally worked as dancers for other Hello! Project artists; they can, for instance, be seen in the music video for Maki Goto's single "Yaruki! It's Easy".

Musical groups from Tokyo Musical groups disestablished in 2010 Japanese idol groups Hello! Project groups Japanese pop music groups Japanese musical groups Musical groups established in 2000 Japanese girl groups 2000 establishments in Japan
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Maclura tricuspidata

Maclura tricuspidata is a tree native to East Asia, occasionally grown for its fruit, somewhat similar to that of the related mulberry (Morus spp.). It is also known by common names including cudrang, mandarin melon berry, silkworm thorn, zhe or che, and Chinese mulberry (but not to be confused with Morus australis also known by that name). It grows up to 6 m high. The Tanzhe Temple west of Beijing, China is named for this tree.

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Blind Melon (album)

Blind Melon is the eponymous debut album by the rock band Blind Melon, released on September 14, 1992 through Capitol Records. Fronted by singer Shannon Hoon, Blind Melon had a distinctive traditional rock sound, influenced by southern rock and psychedelic rock.

Capitol Records albums Blind Melon albums 1992 albums Albums produced by Rick Parashar
Heptazine

A heptazine, or tri-s-triazine or cyamelurine, is a type of chemical compound that consist of a planar triangular core group, C6N7, or three fused triazine rings, with three substituents at the corners of the triangle. The general form is 1,3,4,6,7,9,9b-heptaazaphenalene. The parent compound C6N7H3, where the three substituents are hydrogens, is called 1,3,4,6,7,9-hexaazacyc1[3.3.3 3.3.3]azine or tri-s-triazine proper.

Flame retardants Nitrogen heterocycles
Melon Music Awards

The Melon Music Awards is a major music awards show that is held annually in South Korea. It is known for only calculating digital sales and online votes to judge winners.

Awards established in 2009 South Korean music awards
Three Is a Magic Number

"Three Is a Magic Number" is the pilot episode of the Schoolhouse Rock! series and the first episode of the program's first season, "Multiplication Rock. " The title song, written by Bob Dorough, and accompanying animated video were created after ad agency co-chairman David McCall observed that his son had learned every Beatles lyric but could not remember multiplication tables.

1996 singles Blind Melon songs Elena Paparizou songs
Soup (Blind Melon album)

Soup is the second album by the American alternative rock band Blind Melon, released eight weeks before vocalist Shannon Hoon's fatal drug overdose, making it his final album with the band. Thematically, the album is much darker than the band's multi-platinum debut.

Capitol Records albums Albums produced by Andy Wallace Blind Melon albums 1995 albums
Rocciamelone

Rocciamelone is a 3,538 m high mountain in Piedmont, near the border between Italy and France.

Alpine Three-thousanders Mountains of the Alps Mountains of Piedmont Province of Turin
Horned melon

The horned melon (Cucumis metuliferus), also called African horned cucumber or melon, jelly melon, hedged gourd, English tomato, melano, kiwano, or cherie, is an annual vine in the cucumber and melon family. It is considered to be the ancestor of the other cultivated melons. Often known by its nickname in the southeastern United States, blowfish fruit, it is grown for its fruit, which looks like an oval melon with horn-like spines.

Melons Cucurbitaceae Desert fruit
Flavored milk

Flavored milk is a sweetened dairy drink made with milk, sugar, colorings and artificial or natural flavorings. Flavored milk is often pasteurized using ultra-high-temperature (UHT) treatment, which gives it a longer shelf-life than plain milk. Pre-mixed flavored milk is sold in the refrigerated dairy case alongside other milk products. Flavored sweetened powders or syrups which are added to plain milk are also available.

Flavored milk
Acanthosicyos horridus

Acanthosicyos horridus is an unusual melon that occurs only in Namibia; it is locally called !nara. The nara plant is leafless, the modified stems and spines serve as the photosynthetic "organs" of the plant. The edible seeds are known locally as butterpips. The fruit serves as an essential food source for Topnaar people from February to April and August to September. The katydid, Acanthoproctus diadematus feeds on the plant, moving between different bushes at night.

Flora of Namibia Drought-tolerant plants Cucurbitaceae Desert fruit
Cravin' Melon

Cravin' Melon is a rock band based out of Clemson, South Carolina, USA.

Rock music groups from South Carolina
Melonpan

, also known as Melon pan, Melon buns or Melon bread, are sweet bakery products from Japan, but also popular in Taiwan and China. They are made from an enriched dough covered in a thin layer of crisp cookie dough. Their appearance resembles a melon, such as a rock melon. They are not traditionally melon flavored, but in recent times it has become popular for manufacturers to add melon to melon bread.

Sweet breads Japanese breads Yeast breads Japanese desserts and sweets
Melon fly

The melon fly (Bactrocera cucurbitae) is a fruit fly of the family Tephritidae. It is a serious agricultural pest, particularly in Hawaii.

Insect vectors of plant pathogens Diptera of Asia Bactrocera
Melon butterflyfish

Not to be confused with Chaetodon trifascialis (Chevron Butterflyfish). See also Chaetodon tricinctus and Three-banded Butterflyfish.

Chaetodon Fish of the Indian Ocean Fish of the Red Sea
Melon ball

Melon balls are balls of melon made using a melon baller that varies from around 1 centimetre to 3 centimetres (about 3/8 inch to 1 inch). They are generally used in fruit salad.

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Lu'an Melon Seed tea

Lu'an Melon Seed, also known as Liuan Leaf, is a green tea from Liu'an County in Anhui Province, China. This is a famous Green Tea and is listed on virtually all China Famous Tealists. The literal translation for Liu An Gua Pian Tea is Liu An Melon Seed Tea. Its name is derived from the shape of the processed tea leaves, which are flat and oval and resemble a melon seed. Unlike most green teas which utilize the new buds in making tea, Liu An Gua Pian uses the second leaf on the branch.

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Melon barb

The melon barb (Puntius fasciatus) is a tropical freshwater fish belonging to the spotted barb genus of the Cyprininae sub-family of the Cyprinidae family. It originates in inland waters in Asia, and is found in peninsular India.

Puntius Barbs Animals described in 1849
Melon Diesel

Melon Diesel was a successful Gibraltarian pop rock band, signed by Sony Music, who achieved popularity in Spain.

British pop rock music groups
Gilgai

Gilgai is an Australian English word referring to a small, ephemeral lake formed from a depression in the soil surface. Gilgais are commonly a few metres across and less than 30 cm deep, however in some instances they may be several metres deep and up to 100 metres across. Gilgais are common and widespread in Australia but also occur in isolated locations worldwide. Gilgais are also commonly called Melon holes in Northern Australia.

Australian English Lakes of Australia Words and phrases of Australian Aboriginal origin Lakes
Bitter Melon Farm

Bitter Melon Farm is the second in a three-part series of compilations by the Mountain Goats, released in 1999 by Ajax Records. It is preceded by Protein Source of the Future... Now!, and followed by Ghana.

The Mountain Goats compilation albums 1999 compilation albums
Thrips palmi

Thrips palmi is an insect from the Thrips genus. It is a primary vector of plant viruses. Also known as the melon thrips, T. palmi can cause damage to a wide range of glasshouse ornamental and vegetable crops, particularly plants in the families Cucurbitaceae and Solanaceae, such as cucumber, aubergine, tomato and sweet pepper. Adults and nymphs feed by sucking the cell contents from leaves, stems, flowers and the surface of fruits, thereby causing silvery scars, and leaf chlorosis.

Insect vectors of plant pathogens Invasive animal species Thrips Agricultural pest insects Pollinators
Melon Dezign

Melon Dezign was an Amiga demo group founded in Denmark on October 21, 1991 by Seen (Henrik Lund Mikkelsen) and Paleface (Jacob Gorm Hansen). Originally, they were a subgroup of Crystal, where they at first exclusively created intros for cracked games.

1991 establishments Demogroups
Santa Claus melon

The Santa Claus melon, sometimes known as Christmas melon or Piel de Sapo, is a variety of melon that grows to approximately 1 foot in length and is oblong in shape. It has a thick outer green-striped rind with a pale green inner pulp that provides a mild melon flavor, that can be as sweet as honeydew melons, if not more so. A Santa Claus melon is usually consumed for breakfast, lunch, dessert, or as a snack.

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The Best of Blind Melon

Tones Of Home: The Best of Blind Melon is a compilation album by the band Blind Melon released on September 27, 2005. It is the fifth Blind Melon album and the 3rd posthumous album after the death of lead singer Shannon Hoon.

2005 greatest hits albums Capitol Records compilation albums Blind Melon albums
A Melon for Ecstasy

A Melon for Ecstasy is a 1971 novel written by John Fortune and John Wells. The title is derived from a fictional Turkish proverb, "A woman for duty / A boy for pleasure / But a melon for ecstasy."

1971 novels Epistolary novels American comedy novels British novels
Canary melon

The Canary melon (C. melo) is a large, bright-yellow melon with a pale green to white inner flesh. This melon has a distinctively sweet flavor that is slightly tangier than a honeydew melon. The flesh looks like that of a pear but is softer and tastes a little like a cantaloupe. When ripe, the rind has a slightly waxy feel. The name comes from its bright yellow color, which resembles that of the canary.

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Paddy melon

The paddy melon (Cucumis myriocarpus) is a prostrate or climbing annual herb native to tropical and southern Africa. It has small, round, yellow-green or green-striped fruit with soft spines, small yellow flowers and deeply lobed, light green leaves. The melon occurs in disturbed soil and cleared or bare areas, and thrives on summer moisture. The fruit and foliage are toxic due to the presence of cucurbitacin.

Melons Cucurbitaceae Invasive plant species
The Melon Route

The Melon Route is a Croatian drama film directed by Branko Schmidt. It was released in 2006.

Croatian-language films Films directed by Branko Schmidt Croatian films 2000s drama films 2006 films
Howell Melon Festival

The Howell Melon Festival is a food festival held in mid-August which showcases the Howell melon, a cantaloupe hybrid claimed to be found only in the area surrounding Howell, Michigan. The first Howell Melon Festival was held in 1960. About 50,000 people attend the three day festival each year. In years past, the highlight of the festival was a beauty contest to elect the Howell Melon Queen. The very first Melon Queen, a beautiful nurse, won a trip to Washington, D.C.

Food festivals in the United States Festivals in Michigan Visitor attractions in Livingston County, Michigan
Melon heads

Melon Heads is the name given to legendary beings and urban legends in parts of Michigan, Ohio, and Connecticut generally described as small humanoids with bulbous heads who occasionally emerge from hiding places to attack people. Different variations of the legend attribute different origins.

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Hami melon

The Hami melon is a type of muskmelon, originally from Hami, Xinjiang. It is also referred to as the Chinese Hami melon. A generic term that can be applied is "snow melon". The outer color is generally white through pink or yellow through green. The inside flesh is sweet and crisp. In Mandarin, "Hami Gua" can also be used to refer to cantaloupe.

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Red Melon Records

Red Melon Records is a San Francisco based record label formed in 1998 by Dan Hruby and Jay Zimmermann. This independent label releases Electronica music, usually within the House Music genre. The majority of the label's output is on 12" single format, due to a large fanbase amongst Nightclub DJ's. However, in recent years they have released several compilation albums on CD.

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Melon Juice

Melon Juice is a mini-album by Japanese girl group Melon Kinenbi. It was released on December 12th 2007, and peaked at #67 on the Oricon weekly chart.

2007 albums Melon Kinenbi albums
Walter Melon (TV series)

Walter Melon is a 1998 animated TV show, very loosely adapted from the Franco-Belgian comic and television series Achille Talon. The show aired in the United States on the Fox Family Channel during 1998 and 1999. Produced and funded by France 2, Saban's and Scottish Television

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Citron melon

The citron melon, or tsamma, is thought to be the original/ancestral variety of watermelon. It is in the family cucurbit which consists of various squashes, melons, and gourds. Its fruit has a hard white flesh, rendering it less likely to be eaten raw; more often it is "pickled" or used to make preserves. It is especially useful for the latter, because it has a high pectin content.

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Melon Demon Divine

Melon Demon Divine is the second solo album by Kee Marcello, the former guitarist in the Swedish hard rock band Europe.

Frontiers Records albums 2004 albums Kee Marcello albums
Bailan melon

The Bailan melon is a locally famous type of melon grown near Lanzhou, the capital city of Gansu province in the People's Republic of China. According to Chinese sources, the melons were introduced to China by a Mr. Wallace, Vice president of the United States, who donated melon seeds to the locals while visiting in the 1940s. This man was almost certainly Henry A.

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Melon Day

Melon Day is an annual national holiday in Turkmenistan devoted to festivities to celebrate the country's muskmelon, in particular a recent crossbreed product named "Turkmenbashi melon" (after Turkmenistan's first president), which is praised for its aroma, taste and large size. It takes place on the second Sunday in August. This holiday was established by Turkmenistan’s then-president Saparmurat Niyazov in 1994, who preferred to be known as Turkmenbashi, or leader of the Turkmens.

Turkmenistan culture Secular holidays August observances
Yubari King

The Yubari King is a cantaloupe cultivar farmed in greenhouses in Yūbari, Hokkaidō, a small town close to Sapporo. The Yubari King is a hybrid of two other cantaloupe cultivars: Earl's Favourite and Burpee's "Spicy" Cantaloupe. This hybrid's scientific name is Cucumis melo L. var. reticulatus Naud. cv. Yubari King. Some Japanese people present Yubari King melons as gifts during Chūgen. A top-grade melon is to be perfectly round and have an exceptionally smooth rind.

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Carnegie Melon

Radical 97

Radical 97 meaning "word" is 1 of 23 Kangxi radicals (214 radicals total) composed of 5 strokes. In the Kangxi Dictionary there are 55 characters (out of 49,030) to be found under this radical.

Kangxi radicals
Piel de Sapo

Piel de Sapo. Turkish name is Kelek, and Kurdish name is Khirchan (خرچان), commonly known and marketed as Santa Claus melon, family Cucurbitaceae (Cucumis melo, Inodorus group) is a type of melon widely available in the Northern Hemisphere. It has a blotched green peel after which it is named (Piel De Sapo translates as "toad skin"). A closely related melon with the same shape but with yellow peel is known as "Amarillo" or Canary melon.

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Cucumis melo 'Jenny Lind'

The Jenny Lind Melon (Cucumis melo) is an heirloom cantaloupe first introduced in the 1840s. Unlike most other types of cantaloupe, its flesh is light green, rather than orange. A typical fruit weights between one and two pounds, and has a distinct knob, often known as a turban, on one end. Like other heirloom plants, Jenny Lind Melons are generally not grown commercially. However, their seeds are available from a variety of sources, and many home gardeners choose to grow their own.

Cucurbitales
Melon (band)

Melon was a group formed by former The Plastics members Toshio Nakanishi and Chica Sato. When The Plastics broke up in 1982, Toshio went to New York and formed Melon with friends Percy Jones of Brand X, Dougie Bowne of The Lounge Lizards, and Bernie Worrell of Funkadelic and Chica Sato, former vocalist of The Plastics, trying to merge funk with Japanese and became known as a quirky, exotic, pop band.

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Persian melon

Persian melon, binomial name cucumis melo, is a type of melon. It is orange in color and has a strongly netted, unridged rind. It is also known as the "Patelquat". These are most commonly found wild in all western countries and in its native Iran. The Patelquat has a sharp, bitter taste and is not aesthetically very pleasing, however, once cooked, the taste waters down into a more mellow, palatable flavour.

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Netted melon

Pie melon

Blind Melon discography

Blind Melon is an alternative rock band, whose most notable work dates from 1992 to 1995, and ceased with the death of lead vocalist Shannon Hoon. In 2006, the band reformed with a new lead vocalist, Travis Warren. From 1992-96 the band released 3 studio albums. They have also released 2 compilations albums and 1 live album.

Rock music group discographies Discographies of American artists
The Winter Melon Tale

The Winter Melon Tale is a TVB costume drama series broadcast in March 2009.

TVB television programmes Television series set in the Western Han Dynasty
Galia (melon)

The Galia is a type of hybrid melon originating from a cantaloupe-honeydew cross, larger than a cantaloupe, and with deep green flesh. Developed in Israel around 1970 by the melon breeder Zvi Karchi, the Galia was named after Karchi's daughter. Most varieties have fairly large fruit compared to other melons. The most common size is one kilo. Like any melon, they are sweet and aromatic, with a flavor more like a cantaloupe than a honeydew, although with a complexity of their own.

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Walter Melon

Winter melon punch

Winter melon punch, also called Winter Melon “Tea” in eastern Asia, is a sweetened fruit drink with a very distinctive taste. Winter melon punch can be found at many stores and street vendors.

Fruit juice Taiwanese cuisine
Melon Bicycles

Melon Bicycles is a folding bicycle manufacturer based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Many cyclists refer to the company as Melon Bikes, Melon Bicycles, or simply Melon. Melon is currently working in collaboration with Chick-fil-A and other companies in programs to improve overall employee well-being and carbon footprint. These programs encourage employees to ride their bikes to work, thus increasing exercise and cutting down on fuel emissions.

Cycle manufacturers
Sun Melon

The Sun Melon is a seedless, pink-fleshed watermelon cultivar. Tropical sun melons are able to cool fevers and also help the lungs. They are an anti-carcinogenic food. In addition, they have a lot of potassium, therefore making them beneficial to those with high blood pressure.

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Unforgettable (Melon Kinenbi song)

Unforgettable is the sixteenth single by Japanese girl group Melon Kinenbi. It was the first of Melon Kinenbi's singles to be produced by Sharam Q member Taisei. It was released on March 28th 2007, and its highest position on the Oricon weekly chart was #16.

Zetima Records singles 2007 singles
Tree melon

Water-melon

Classic Masters (Blind Melon album)

Classic Masters is a compilation album from blues and alt rock group Blind Melon. Classic Masters was released on January 29, 2002. At the time of its release, Classic Masters drew some ire from the music press, most of whom quickly picked up on the differences between the Classic Masters versions and their complete album counterparts. For example, "Mouthful of Cavities" has the spoken "Listen, man. I got the window open [Do Do] you hear the cats, man? Listen.

Capitol Records compilation albums Blind Melon albums 2002 compilation albums
Jean-François Melon

Crane Melon

The Crane Melon is an heirloom Muskmelon developed by Oliver Crane in the early 20th century.

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Melon Tea

Melon Tea is the fifth indies single by Japanese girl group Melon Kinenbi, in a collaboration with Going Under Ground. It was released as limited distribution on December 30th 2009. People that purchased the single from the Tower Records online store received a free original computer wallpaper.

2009 singles
Mega Melon

Mega Melon is a "greatest-hits" album by Japanese girl group Melon Kinenbi. It was released on December 10th 2008, little under a year after the release of their last album, Melon Juice. It reached a peak position of #122 on the Oricon weekly chart. As part of the tenth anniversary of Hello! Project "Mega Best Series", it was released as a 2-disc CD + DVD package.

2008 albums Melon Kinenbi albums
Melon Chan's Growth Diary

Melon Chan's Growth Diary is a Life simulation game it is comparable to Tamagotchi and other virtual life simulations. In Melon Chan's Growth Diary the player raises and nurtures little girl Melon Chan. The games was only released in Japan and was one of the earliest titles released for the Neo Geo Pocket. The game was released for the Neo Geo Pocket and features monochrome graphics; however the Neo Geo Pocket Color is backwards compatible with the game.

Japan-exclusive video games 1998 video games Neo Geo Pocket Color games
Montreal melon

The Persian Melon, also known as Montreal melon and Montreal market muskmelon or the Montreal nutmeg melon (French: melon de Montréal), is a variety of melon recently rediscovered and cultivated in the Montreal, Canada, area. Scientifically, it is a cultivar of Cucumis melo subsp. melo. It was originally widely grown between the St. Lawrence River and Mount Royal, on the Montreal Plain.

Melons Crops originating from Canada Montreal cuisine Flora of Quebec
Cravin' Melon (EP)

Cravin' Melon is the debut EP by Cravin' Melon, released in 1995.

Cravin' Melon albums Debut EPs 1995 EPs
Flota Świnoujście Artur Melon 1

Jean-François Melon

Jean-François Melon (1675–1738) was a French economist.

1675 births French economists 1738 deaths
Melon production in Turkmenistan

Melon production in Turkmenistan contributes to the national economy. It has been important to agricultural production in the country for centuries and in the Middle Ages was praised as a "miracle" crop. In 1992 some 26,069 hectares were under cultivation. Turkmenistan has hosted an annual Melon Day since 1994 to celebrate Melon culture in the country. Held in the autumn, melons "are brought into Ashgabad by soldiers and the people can eat as many melons as they like.

Melon production Agriculture in Turkmenistan
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Sugar melon

A sugar melon is a type of cantaloupe that is about five to six inches (12–15 cm) in diameter and weighing between two and a half to four pounds (1–2 kg). Nearly round in shape, it has thick, sweet, orange flesh and a ribbed exterior that is a silvery gray.

Melons
Sprite melon

The Sprite melon is a kind of melon, similar to honeydew, which originates from Japan. Since the late 1990s, it has been cultivated in North Carolina as a specialty crop and has increased in popularity in recent years. A sprite melon has a round shape and is typically about the size of a grapefruit. It generally ranges in weight from 1.0 to 1.5 lbs. The flesh of a sprite melon is ivory in color and firm, while the peel ranges from ivory (unripe) to yellowish (ripe).

Melons
Where I Wanna Be (Cravin' Melon album)

Where I Wanna Be is the first album by Cravin' Melon, released in 1995.

Cravin' Melon albums 1995 albums

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