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Rockford, Illinois
Rockford is a mid-sized city located on both banks of the Rock River in far northern Illinois. Often referred to as "The Forest City", Rockford is the county seat of Winnebago County, Illinois, USA. As reported in the 2010 U.S. census, the city was home to 152,871 people. The metropolitan area has 320,204 residents as of the 2000 census.
Rockford, IllinoisPopulated places in Winnebago County, IllinoisCities in IllinoisRockford, IllinoisCounty seats in IllinoisPopulated places established in 1834Rockford metropolitan area

Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) is an annual plant native to the Americas. It possesses a large inflorescence (flowering head). The sunflower is named after its huge, fiery blooms, whose shape and image is often used to depict the sun. The sunflower has a rough, hairy stem, broad, coarsely toothed, rough leaves and circular heads of flowers. The heads consist of many individual flowers which mature into seeds, often in the hundreds, on a receptacle base.
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Jack Lemmon
John Uhler "Jack" Lemmon III (February 8, 1925 – June 27, 2001) was an American actor and musician.
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Citric acid
Citric acid is a weak organic acid. It is a natural preservative/conservative and is also used to add an acidic, or sour, taste to foods and soft drinks. In biochemistry, the conjugate base of citric acid, citrate, is important as an intermediate in the citric acid cycle, and therefore occurs in the metabolism of virtually all living things. Citric acid is a commodity chemical, and more than a million tonnes are produced every year by fermentation.
Citric acidChelating agentsCitric acid cycle compoundsFood acidity regulatorsHydroxy acidsTricarboxylic acidsHousehold chemicalsPhotographic chemicals

Blond or blonde or fair-hair is a hair color characterized by low levels of the dark pigment eumelanin. The resultant visible hue depends on various factors, but always has some sort of yellowish color. The color can be from the very pale blond (caused by a patchy, scarce distribution of pigment) to reddish "strawberry" blond colors or golden-brownish ("sandy") blond colors (the latter with more eumelanin). On the Fischer–Saller scale blond color ranges from A to J (blond brown).
BlondHair colorBlond hair

X11 color names
In computing, on the X Window System, X11 color names are represented in a simple text file, which maps certain strings to RGB color values. It is shipped with every X11 installation, hence the name, and is usually located in . It is not known who originally compiled the list. The list does not show a continuity either in selected color values or in color names, and many color triplets have multiple names.
X11 color namesX Window SystemColor

 listen is a Japanese word that, in the West, is used when referring to sexually explicit or pornographic comics and animation, particularly those of Japanese origin such as anime, manga, and eroge. The word hentai is a kanji compound of 変 (hen; "change", "weird", or "strange") and 態 (tai; "attitude" or "appearance"). The term is used as a shortened form of the phrase 変態性欲 (hentai seiyoku) meaning "sexual perversion".
HentaiPornographic animationJapanese sex termsAnime and manga terminologyHentai

Thyme is a culinary and medicinal herb of the genus Thymus.
ThymeMedicinal plantsHerbsAntifungalsHoney plantsLamiaceaeAntisepticsThymus (genus)

Liz Lemon
Elizabeth Miervaldis "Liz" Lemon is the main character of the American television series 30 Rock. She is portrayed by Tina Fey, who is also the creator of the series and its showrunner.
Liz LemonFictional Democrats (United States)30 Rock charactersFictional writersFictional characters from New York CityFictional characters introduced in 2006Fictional characters from PennsylvaniaThird-wave feminism

Underworld (band)
Underworld are an English electronic group, and principal name under which duo Karl Hyde and Rick Smith have recorded together since 1980.
Underworld (band)English electronic music groupsEnglish dance music groupsRemixers1979 establishments in the United KingdomEnglish house music groupsSynthpop groupsUnderworld (band)TVT Records artistsMusical groups established in 1979British techno music groupsAbleton Live usersBritish trance music groups

Lemonade is a lemon-flavored drink, typically made from lemons, water and sugar. It is variously produced fresh directly from fruit, reconstituted from frozen juice, dry powder, or liquid concentrate; filtered clear and carbonated as a fizzy soda; and colored in a variety of shades. Artificially sweetened and artificially flavored versions are also popular.
LemonadeLemonadeFruit juice

Diet Coke
Diet Coke (also known as Diet Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola light or Coke Light) is a sugar-free soft drink produced and distributed by The Coca-Cola Company. It was first introduced in the United States on August 9, 1982, as the first new brand since 1886 to use the Coca-Cola trademark. The product quickly overtook the soft drink Tab in sales.
Diet CokeProducts introduced in 1982Diet sodasCoca-Cola brandsCola

Cymbopogon (lemongrass) is a genus of about 55 species of grasses, (of which the type species is Cymbopogon citratus) native to warm temperate and tropical regions of the Old World and Oceania. It is a tall perennial grass. Common names include lemon grass, lemongrass, barbed wire grass, silky heads, citronella grass,cha de Dartigalongue, fever grass, tanglad, hierba Luisa or gavati chaha amongst many others.
CymbopogonPoaceae genera

Sorbet is a frozen dessert made from sweetened water flavored with fruit (typically juice or puree), wine, and/or liqueur. The origin of sorbet is variously explained as either a Roman invention, or a Middle Eastern drink charbet, made of sweetened fruit juice and water. The name comes from the Latin verb "sorbere" and the modern Italian verb sorbire, meaning to eat and drink at the same time. The noun form, sorbetto, is a mixture of a solid and liquid food.
SorbetFrozen dessertsArabic words and phrasesAzerbaijani cuisine

Bob Lemon
Robert Granville Lemon (September 22, 1920 – January 11, 2000) was an American right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball. He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1976. Born in San Bernardino, California, Lemon attended Wilson Classical High School in Long Beach, California, where he was the CIF and State Baseball Player of the Year in 1938.
Bob LemonOswego Netherlands playersBaseball players from CaliforniaPhiladelphia Phillies coachesNew Orleans Pelicans playersMajor League Baseball managersMajor League Baseball players with retired numbers1920 birthsKansas City Royals coachesCleveland Indians coachesChicago White Sox managersSpringfield Indians (baseball) playersCalifornia Angels coachesMajor League Baseball pitchersSan Diego Padres (minor league) players2000 deathsKansas City Royals managersBaltimore Orioles (IL) playersWilkes-Barre Barons playersNew York Yankees coachesAmerican League All-StarsAmerican League wins championsHawaii Islanders managersAmerican League strikeout championsNew York Yankees managersMinor league baseball managersCleveland Indians playersMajor League Baseball pitching coachesNational Baseball Hall of Fame inductees

Zest (ingredient)
Zest is a food ingredient that is prepared by scraping or cutting from the outer, colorful skin of citrus fruits such as lemon, orange, citron, and lime. Zest is used to add flavor ("zest") to foods. In terms of fruit anatomy, zest is obtained from the flavedo. The flavedo and white pith of a citrus fruit together makes up its peel. The amounts of both flavedo and pith are variable among citrus fruits, and may be adjusted by the manner in which they are prepared.
Zest (ingredient)CitrusFood ingredients

Iced tea
Iced tea (sometimes known as ice tea) is a form of cold tea, usually served in a glass with ice. It may or may not be sweetened. Iced tea is also a popular packaged drink. It can be mixed with flavored syrup, with common flavors including lemon, peach, raspberry, lime, passion fruit, and cherry. While most iced teas get their flavor from tea leaves (Camellia sinensis), other herb-infused beverages are also sometimes served cold and referred to as iced tea.
Iced teaTea

Cream Lemon
is an erotic anime series with some in-depth storylines and classic (late 1970s to early 1980s style) artwork. The first Cream Lemon OVA was released in August 1984, though Cream Lemon was not the first hentai OVA. The first was Lolita Anime, released earlier in February 1984. Cream Lemon is a collection of somewhat surreal stories having different settings and situations at different points in time, with genres including fantasy, comedy, suspense, sci-fi, action, drama and mystery.
Cream LemonAnime OVAsHentai anime and manga

Sea lemon is a loosely-applied common name for a group of medium-sized to large shell-less colorful sea slugs or nudibranchs, specifically dorid nudibranchs in the taxonomic family Dorididae and other closely related families. These are marine gastropod mollusks. The Monterey sea lemon is Doris montereyensis and the mottled pale sea lemon is Diaulula lentiginosa.

Squash (drink)
Squash (also called cordial) is a non-alcoholic concentrated syrup that is usually fruit-flavoured and usually made from fruit juice, water, and sugar or a sugar substitute. Modern squashes may also contain food colouring and additional flavouring. Some traditional squashes contain herbal extracts, most notably elderflower and ginger. Squash must be mixed with a certain amount of water or club soda before drinking.
Squash (drink)Non-alcoholic beveragesDrink mixersSoft drinks

Little Haiti
Little Haiti or La Petite Haïti, and traditionally known as Lemon City, is a neighborhood in Miami, Florida, United States known as a traditional center for Haitian immigrants, and Francophone culture in the city.
Little HaitiHaiti–United States relationsDistricts in Miami, FloridaPopulated places in Florida with African American majority populationsHaitian diasporaEthnic enclaves in the United StatesNeighborhoods in Miami, Florida

Neil Cicierega
Neil Stephen Cicierega (born August 23, 1986) is an American comedian, filmmaker, and musician. He is the creator of a genre of Flash animation known as "Animutation". He has also released several albums as a musician under the stage name Lemon Demon.
Neil CicieregaKeytaristsInternet cultureComputer animation peoplePeople from Plymouth County, MassachusettsAmerican puppeteersFlash artistsAmerican Internet personalitiesLiving peopleAmerican alternative rock musiciansAmerican amateur film directorsAmerican people of Polish descent1986 birthsFictional crossovers

Lemon (automobile)
A lemon is a car, often new, that is found to be defective only after it has been bought. Any vehicle with numerous, severe issues can be termed a "lemon", and, by extension, any product with flaws too great or severe to serve its purpose can be described as a "lemon".
Lemon (automobile)SlangCar classificationsQuality

Lemon Grove, California
Lemon Grove is a city in San Diego County, California. The population was 25,320 at the 2010 census, up from 24,918 as of the 2000 census.
Lemon Grove, CaliforniaIncorporated cities and towns in CaliforniaCities in San Diego County, California

Cleo Lemon
Cleo "Cleonardo" Lemon, Jr. (born August 16, 1979 in Greenwood, Mississippi) is a Canadian football quarterback in the Canadian Football League who is currently a free agent. He most recently played for the Toronto Argonauts. He was signed by the Baltimore Ravens as an undrafted free agent in 2002. He played college football at Arkansas State. Lemon has also been a member of the San Diego Chargers, Miami Dolphins, Jacksonville Jaguars, Baltimore Ravens, and Toronto Argonauts.
Cleo LemonJacksonville Jaguars playersUndrafted National Football League playersLiving people1979 birthsMiami Dolphins playersBaltimore Ravens playersPlayers of American football from MississippiArkansas State Red Wolves football playersPeople from Greenwood, MississippiAmerican football quarterbacksToronto Argonauts playersSan Diego Chargers players

Mark Lemon
Mark Lemon (London, 30 November 1809 – Crawley, 23 May 1870) was founding editor of both Punch and The Field.
Mark LemonBritish magazine foundersEnglish dramatists and playwrightsPeople from London1870 deaths1809 birthsPeople from CrawleyPunch (magazine) peopleEnglish magazine editors



Psidium cattleianum
Psidium cattleianum, named in honour of notable English horticulturist Sir William Cattley, commonly known as Cattley guava or Peruvian guava, is a small tree (2–6 m tall), bearing small red or yellow fruit, which are somewhat sour but sometimes eaten or made into jam. The red-fruited variety is known as strawberry guava; the yellow-fruited variety is known as lemon guava, and in Hawaii as waiawī. Native to Brazil and adjacent tropical South America, it is closely related to common guava (P.
Psidium cattleianumInvasive plant species in HawaiiFlora of BrazilPsidiumInvasive plant species in the United StatesInvasive plant speciesNaturalized trees of HawaiiGarden plants of South AmericaOrnamental trees

Limoncello is an Italian lemon liqueur mainly produced in Southern Italy, especially in the region around the Gulf of Naples, the Sorrentine Peninsula and the coast of Amalfi and islands of Procida, Ischia and Capri. It is also produced in Sicily, Sardinia, Menton in France, and the Maltese island of Gozo. Though there is debate about the exact origin of the drink, it is at least one hundred years old. Traditionally, it is made from the zest of Femminello St.
LimoncelloAmalfi CoastItalian liqueursLemon dishesFruit liqueursItalian beverages

Cobia (Rachycentron canadum)—also known as black kingfish, black salmon, ling, lemonfish, crabeaters, aruan tasek, etc. —are perciform marine fish, the sole representative of their family, the Rachycentridae.
CobiaCommercial fishLessepsian migrantsRachycentridaeFauna of IranSport fishFish of Pakistan

The Lemon Pipers
The Lemon Pipers were a 1960s psychedelic pop band from Oxford, Ohio, known chiefly for their song "Green Tambourine", which reached No. 1 in the United States in 1968. The song has been credited as being the first bubblegum pop chart-topper. The Lemon Pipers comprised singer Dale "Ivan" Browne (born 1947), guitarist William Bartlett, keyboardist Robert G. "Reg" Nave (born 1945), drummer William E.
The Lemon PipersAmerican pop music groupsMusical groups disestablished in 1969Musical groups established in 1966

Lemon-lime is a common carbonated soft drink flavor, consisting of lemon and lime flavoring. Sprite, 7 Up, and Sierra Mist are the most popular examples.
Lemon-limeLemon-lime sodasSoft drinks

Passiflora foetida
Passiflora foetida is a species of passion flower that is native to the southwestern United States, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, and much of South America. It has been introduced to tropical regions around the world, such as Southeast Asia and Hawaii. It is a creeping vine like other members of the genus, and yields an edible fruit. The specific epithet, foetida, means "stinking" in Latin and refers to the strong aroma emitted by damaged foliage.
Passiflora foetidaFlora of GuadeloupeFlora of CubaFlora of JamaicaFlora of MartiniquePlants described in 1753Flora of TexasCarnivorous plants of North AmericaFlora of Puerto RicoCarnivorous plants of South AmericaFlora naturalised in AustraliaPassifloraFlora of MexicoFlora of FloridaFlora of the BahamasFlora of ArizonaInvasive plant speciesFlora of Trinidad and TobagoCarnivorous plants of Central AmericaFlora of Dominica

Lemon shark
The lemon shark, Negaprion brevirostris, shark in the family Carcharhinidae, can grow to 10 feet (3.0 m) long. It is known as the lemon shark because light interacting at certain depths with the local seawater can give this shark a tanned and yellow, pitted appearance, much like the surface of a lemon.
Lemon sharkViviparous fishCarcharhinidae

Lemon Party
The Lemon Party of Canada (Parti Citron) is a frivolous Canadian party which has operated on a federal level, as well as provincially in Quebec. The party was officially registered on January 8, 1987, by then leader, Denis R. Patenaude and deregistered on November 14, 1998 for failing to have at least ten candidates stand for election. The party is headed by "Pope Terence the First", whose existence is unconfirmed. Their official agent is Mary-Gabrielle Blay II.
Lemon PartyProvincial political parties in QuebecPolitical parties established in 1987Joke political partiesPolitical parties disestablished in 1998Defunct political parties in CanadaFederal political parties in Canada

Meadowlark Lemon
Meadow "Meadowlark" Lemon (born April 25, 1932) is an American basketball player, actor, and minister. For 22 years, Lemon was known as the "Clown Prince" of the touring Harlem Globetrotters basketball team. He played in more than 16,000 games for the Globetrotters and is a 2003 inductee of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. He was born in Wilmington, North Carolina, and attended Florida A&M University.
Meadowlark LemonFlorida A&M University alumniUnited States Army personnelLiving peopleHarlem Globetrotters playersBasketball players from North CarolinaNaismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame inducteesPeople from Wilmington, North Carolina1932 births

The Market for Lemons
"The market for Lemons: Quality Uncertainty and the Market Mechanism" is a 1970 paper by the economist George Akerlof. It discusses information asymmetry, which occurs when the seller knows more about a product than the buyer. A lemon is an American slang term for a car that is found to be defective only after it has been bought.
The Market for Lemons1970 worksAsymmetric informationWorks originally published in the Quarterly Journal of EconomicsEconomics papersMarket failure

Shibuya Public Hall
Shibuya Public Hall or Shibuya C.C. Lemon Hall is a live theatre in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. It was completed in 1964. In the 1964 Summer Olympics, the weightlifting events took place there. The theatre was sponsored by Dentsu and Suntory, which paid ¥80 million to have its name associated with the building from 2006 to 2011.
Shibuya Public Hall1964 Summer Olympic venuesOlympic weightlifting venuesMusic venues in JapanTheatres in Tokyo

Lemon meringue pie
"Lemon Meringue" redirects here. For the song by Poe, see Lemon Meringue (song). Lemon meringue pie is a type of baked pie, usually served for dessert, made with a crust usually made of shortcrust or shortbread pastry, lemon curd filling and a fluffy meringue topping. Lemon meringue pie is prepared with a bottom pie crust, with the meringue is directly on top of the lemon filling. No upper crust is used, as in a cherry pie.
Lemon meringue pieEnglish cuisineBritish piesAmerican dessertsBritish dessertsAmerican piesFrench piesSweet pies

Hot toddy
A hot toddy, also hot totty, is typically a mixed drink made of liquor and water with sugar and spices and served hot. Hot toddy recipes vary and are traditionally drunk before going to bed, or in wet or cold weather. They were once believed to relieve the symptoms of the cold and flu, but the American Lung Association recommends avoiding treating the common cold with alcoholic beverages as they cause dehydration.
Hot toddyHot beveragesMixed drinks

Lululemon Athletica
Lululemon Athletica Inc. , styled as lululemon athletica, is a self-described yoga-inspired athletic apparel company,which produces a clothing line and runs international clothing stores from its company base in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Lululemon AthleticaClothing brandsCanadian brandsClothing companies of CanadaSportswear brandsClothing companiesUnderwear brandsCompanies established in 1998Companies listed on the Toronto Stock ExchangeSwimwear manufacturersCompanies based in VancouverSporting goods manufacturers of Canada

Recreational use of dextromethorphan
For general information on this drug, including medical usage, see dextromethorphan. Dextromethorphan (DXM), a common active ingredient found in many over-the-counter cough suppressant cold medicines, is used as a recreational drug for its often euphoric dissociative effects. It has almost no psychoactive effects at medically-recommended doses. Dextromethorphan has powerful dissociative properties when administered in doses well above those considered therapeutic for cough suppression.
Recreational use of dextromethorphanDrug cultureDissociative drugs

Lemon Kittens
Lemon Kittens are a post-punk band, formed in Reading, Berkshire, England in 1977, by Karl Blake and Gary Thatcher. The cast of the band revolved quite frequently, notably counting among its membership musicians such as Danielle Dax and Mark Perry (of Alternative TV and The Good Missionaries).
Lemon KittensEnglish rock music groupsBritish post-punk music groups

Pereskia is a genus of about 25 tropical species and varieties of cacti that do not look much like other types of cacti, having substantial leaves and thin stems. They originate from the region between Brazil and Mexico. The genus is named after Nicolas-Claude Fabri de Peiresc, a 16th century French botanist, which also has been given its own subfamily Pereskioideae.
PereskiaPereskiaCacti of South AmericaCactaceae genera

Whitehouse v Lemon
Whitehouse v. Lemon is a 1976 court case involving the blasphemy law in the United Kingdom.
Whitehouse v LemonHouse of Lords cases1977 in case lawReligion in the United KingdomArticle 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights1977 in the United KingdomFree speech case lawEuropean Court of Human Rights cases involving the United Kingdom

Osteospermum is a genus belonging to the Calenduleae, one of the smaller tribes of the sunflower family. Osteospermum used to belong to the genus Dimorphotheca, but only the annual species remain in that genus; the perennials belong to Osteospermum. The genus Osteospermum is also closely related to the small genus Chrysanthemoides, such as C. incana and C. monilifera.
OsteospermumCalenduleaeAsteraceae generaFlowers

Corymbia citriodora
Corymbia citriodora is a tall tree, to 51 metres in height, from temperate and tropical north eastern Australia. It is also known as lemon-scented gum, blue spotted gum and lemon eucalyptus. Corymbia citriodora has smooth, pale, uniform or slightly mottled bark, white to coppery in summer, and a conspicuously narrow-leaved crown which smells strongly of lemons.
Corymbia citriodoraHorticulture and gardeningTrees of AustraliaCorymbiaFlora of QueenslandHoney plantsMyrtales of AustraliaOrnamental trees



Quinoline Yellow WS
Quinoline yellow, Quinoline Yellow WS, C.I. 47005, or Food Yellow 13, is a yellow food dye. Chemically it is a mixture of disulfonates (principally), monosulfonates and trisulfonates of 2-(2-quinolyl) indan-1,3-dione. The color Quinoline Yellow SS (Spirit Soluble), which lacks the sulfonate groups, is a related form that is insoluble in water.
Quinoline Yellow WSFood coloringsIndandionesQuinoline dyes

Preserved lemon
Preserved lemon or lemon pickle is a condiment that is common in Indian Cuisine, North African cuisine, and especially Moroccan cuisine. It is also known as "country lemon" and leems. Diced, quartered, halved, or whole lemons are pickled in a brine of water, lemon juice, and salt; occasionally spices are included as well. The pickle is allowed to ferment at room temperature for weeks or months before it is used.
Preserved lemonPicklesMoroccan cuisineCambodian cuisineAlgerian cuisineTunisian cuisine