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Monty Python

Monty Python (sometimes known as The Pythons) was a British surreal comedy group who created Monty Python's Flying Circus, a British television comedy sketch show that first aired on the BBC on 5 October 1969. Forty-five episodes were made over four series.

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Lemon

The lemon is a small evergreen tree native to Asia, and the tree's ellipsoidal yellow fruit. The fruit's juice, pulp and peel, especially the zest, are used as foods. The juice of the lemon is about 5% to 6% citric acid, which gives lemons a sour taste. The distinctive sour taste of lemon juice makes it a key ingredient in drinks and foods such as lemonade.

Persian loanwords Tropical agriculture Citrus hybrids
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.

Populated places in Winnebago County, Illinois Cities in Illinois Rockford, Illinois County seats in Illinois Populated places established in 1834 Rockford metropolitan area
Sunflower

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.

Chelating agents Citric acid cycle compounds Food acidity regulators Hydroxy acids Tricarboxylic acids Household chemicals Photographic chemicals
Blond

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).

Hair color Blond 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.

X Window System Color
Hentai

 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".

Pornographic animation Japanese sex terms Anime and manga terminology Hentai
Thyme

Thyme is a culinary and medicinal herb of the genus Thymus.

Medicinal plants Herbs Antifungals Honey plants Lamiaceae Antiseptics Thymus (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.

Fictional Democrats (United States) 30 Rock characters Fictional writers Fictional characters from New York City Fictional characters introduced in 2006 Fictional characters from Pennsylvania Third-wave feminism
7 Up

7 Up is a brand of a lemon-lime flavored non-caffeinated soft drink. The rights to the brand are held by Dr Pepper Snapple Group in the United States, and PepsiCo (or its licensees) in the rest of the world, including Puerto Rico, where the concentrate is manufactured at the Pepsi facility in Cidra. The 7 Up logo includes a red spot between the '7' and 'Up'; this red spot has been animated and used as a mascot for the brand as Cool Spot.

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Underworld (band)

Underworld are an English electronic group, and principal name under which duo Karl Hyde and Rick Smith have recorded together since 1980.

English electronic music groups English dance music groups Remixers 1979 establishments in the United Kingdom English house music groups Synthpop groups Underworld (band) TVT Records artists Musical groups established in 1979 British techno music groups Ableton Live users British trance music groups
Lemonade

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.

Lemonade Fruit 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.

Products introduced in 1982 Diet sodas Coca-Cola brands Cola
Cymbopogon

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.

Poaceae genera
Blind Lemon Jefferson

"Blind" Lemon Jefferson (Lemon Henry Jefferson; September 24, 1893 – December 19, 1929) was an American blues singer and guitarist from Texas. He was one of the most popular blues singers of the 1920s, and has been titled "Father of the Texas Blues". Jefferson's singing and self-accompaniment were distinctive as a result of his high-pitched voice and originality on the guitar.

African American musicians Blues Hall of Fame inductees Gennett recording artists Gospel blues musicians Okeh Records artists Blind bluesmen People from Dallas, Texas Texas blues musicians American male singers American buskers People from Freestone County, Texas American blues musicians American blues guitarists Musicians from Dallas, Texas American blues singers 1929 deaths 1893 births American blues singer-songwriters Blind musicians
PopMart Tour

The PopMart Tour was a worldwide concert tour by rock band U2. Launched in support of the group's 1997 album, Pop, the tour's concerts were performed in stadiums and parks from 1997 through 1998. Much like the band's previous Zoo TV Tour, PopMart was elaborately-staged and featured a lavish stage design, complete with a 165-foot (50 m) wide LED screen, a 100-foot (30 m)-high golden arch, and a large mirror-ball lemon.

1997 concert tours U2 concert tours 1998 concert tours
Sorbet

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.

Frozen desserts Arabic words and phrases Azerbaijani 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.

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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.

Citrus Food ingredients
Lemon Jelly

Lemon Jelly is a British electronic music duo from London, formed in 1998. Since their inception, the band's line-up has included Fred Deakin and Nick Franglen. Lemon Jelly has been nominated for the Mercury Music Prize and BRIT Awards. Fred Deakin and Nick Franglen briefly met in North London and became friends before going their separate ways. Deakin became a DJ and co-founded his very own Airside studios and Franglen became a studio programmer, before the two became reacquainted in 1998.

English electronic music groups British musical duos XL Recordings artists Trip hop groups Electronic music duos
Tulip Revolution

The Tulip Revolution or First Kyrgyz Revolution overthrew President Askar Akayev and his government in the Central Asian republic of Kyrgyzstan after the parliamentary elections of February 27 and of March 13, 2005. The revolution sought the end of rule by Akayev and by his family and associates, who in popular opinion had become increasingly corrupt and authoritarian. Following the revolution, Akayev fled to Kazakhstan and then Russia.

Politics of Kyrgyzstan 2005 in Kyrgyzstan 1970s coups d'état and coup attempts Protests Kyrgyzstani revolutions 21st-century revolutions Riots and civil disorder in Kyrgyzstan Post-Soviet revolutions
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.

Tea
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.

Anime OVAs Hentai anime and manga
Campaign hat

A campaign hat (also campaign cover, drill instructor cover, drill sergeant hat, lemon squeezer, Montana Peak, ranger hat, sergeant hat, Scouts hat and Smokey Bear') is a broad-brimmed felt or straw hat, with a high crown, pinched symmetrically at the four corners (the "Montana crease"). It is associated with the New Zealand Army, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the World War I ground forces of the United States Army, contemporary U.S.

Military uniforms Royal Canadian Mounted Police Hats Law enforcement uniforms Scouting uniform
Dorididae

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.

Dorididae
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.

Non-alcoholic beverages Drink mixers Soft 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.

Haiti–United States relations Districts in Miami, Florida Populated places in Florida with African American majority populations Haitian diaspora Ethnic enclaves in the United States Neighborhoods 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.

Keytarists Internet culture Computer animation people People from Plymouth County, Massachusetts American puppeteers Flash artists American Internet personalities Living people American alternative rock musicians American amateur film directors American people of Polish descent 1986 births Fictional crossovers
The Lennon Sisters

This article refers to the singers. For John Lennon's Aunt Mimi see Mimi Smith. Lennon Sisters Lennon Sisters in 1971 and 1955.1971, from left: Kathy, Janet, Peggy and Diane.1955, from left: Janet, Kathy, Peggy, and Diane. Lennon Sisters in 1971 and 1955.1971, from left: Kathy, Janet, Peggy and Diane.1955, from left: Janet, Kathy, Peggy, and Diane.

Vocal quartets Dot Records artists Family musical groups
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".

Slang Car classifications Quality
Melissa officinalis

Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis), not to be confused with bee balm (which is genus Monarda), is a perennial herb in the mint family Lamiaceae, native to southern Europe and the Mediterranean region. It grows to 70–150 cm tall. The leaves have a gentle lemon scent, related to mint. During summer, small white flowers full of nectar appear. These attract bees, hence the genus name Melissa (Greek for 'honey bee').

Lamiaceae Herbs Honey plants Medicinal plants
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.

Incorporated cities and towns in California Cities 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.

Jacksonville Jaguars players Undrafted National Football League players Living people 1979 births Miami Dolphins players Baltimore Ravens players Players of American football from Mississippi Arkansas State Red Wolves football players People from Greenwood, Mississippi American football quarterbacks Toronto Argonauts players San Diego Chargers players
Mark Lemon

Mark Lemon (London, 30 November 1809 – Crawley, 23 May 1870) was founding editor of both Punch and The Field.

British magazine founders English dramatists and playwrights People from London 1870 deaths 1809 births People from Crawley Punch (magazine) people English magazine editors
Soufflé

List of Crayola crayon colors

Crayola crayons have come in many colors since their introduction in 1903. By 1905 Binney & Smith's Crayola crayon product line had reached 30 colors. In 1958 the number of colors increased to 64. Eight fluorescent colors were introduced in 1972, increasing the number of colors to 72. In 1990 the total increased to 80 colors with the introduction of 16 colors and the discontinuation of eight colors.

Crayola Colors
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.

Invasive plant species in Hawaii Flora of Brazil Psidium Invasive plant species in the United States Invasive plant species Naturalized trees of Hawaii Garden plants of South America Ornamental trees
Limoncello

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.

Amalfi Coast Italian liqueurs Lemon dishes Fruit liqueurs Italian beverages
Lemon v. Kurtzman

Lemon v. Kurtzman, 403 U.S. 602 (1971), was a case in which the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that Pennsylvania's 1968 Nonpublic Elementary and Secondary Education Act, which allowed the state Superintendent of Public Instruction to reimburse nonpublic schools (most of which were Catholic) for the salaries of teachers who taught secular material in these nonpublic schools, secular textbooks and secular instructional materials, violated the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment.

United States education case law Legal tests 1971 in education 1971 in religion Legal history of Pennsylvania 1971 in United States case law 1971 in Pennsylvania Establishment Clause case law United States Supreme Court cases
Cobia

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.

Commercial fish Lessepsian migrants Rachycentridae Fauna of Iran Sport fish Fish of Pakistan
Sierra Mist

Sierra Mist is a lemon-lime flavored soft drink, The new formula, branded as Sierra Mist, was introduced by PepsiCo in 1999, replacing Slice and Storm, and eventually became available in all United States markets by 2003. PepsiCo owns the rights to the similar 7 Up and Coca-Cola's Sprite brand outside the U.S. and therefore has not yet introduced Sierra Mist in international markets.

PepsiCo soft drinks 1999 introductions PepsiCo brands Lemon-lime sodas
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.

American pop music groups Musical groups disestablished in 1969 Musical groups established in 1966
Lemon-lime

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-lime sodas Soft 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.

Flora of Guadeloupe Flora of Cuba Flora of Jamaica Flora of Martinique Plants described in 1753 Flora of Texas Carnivorous plants of North America Flora of Puerto Rico Carnivorous plants of South America Flora naturalised in Australia Passiflora Flora of Mexico Flora of Florida Flora of the Bahamas Flora of Arizona Invasive plant species Flora of Trinidad and Tobago Carnivorous plants of Central America Flora 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.

Viviparous fish Carcharhinidae
The Things They Carried

The Things They Carried is a collection of related stories by Tim O'Brien, about a platoon of American soldiers in the Vietnam War, originally published in hardcover by Houghton Mifflin, 1990. While apparently based on some of O'Brien's own experiences, the title page refers to the book as "a work of fiction"; indeed, the majority of stories in the book possess some quality of metafiction.

Short story collections by Tim O'Brien Metafictional works 1990 short story collections Postmodern books
Chet Lemon

Chester Earl Lemon (born February 12, 1955) is a former Major League Baseball outfielder. A three time All-Star, he was a member of the World Series champion 1984 Detroit Tigers.

Detroit Tigers players Living people 1955 births Major League Baseball center fielders Birmingham A's players African American baseball players American League All-Stars Coos Bay-North Bend A's players Tucson Toros players Burlington Bees players Chicago White Sox players Denver Bears players Baseball players from Mississippi
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.

Provincial political parties in Quebec Political parties established in 1987 Joke political parties Political parties disestablished in 1998 Defunct political parties in Canada Federal 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.

Florida A&M University alumni United States Army personnel Living people Harlem Globetrotters players Basketball players from North Carolina Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame inductees People from Wilmington, North Carolina 1932 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.

1970 works Asymmetric information Works originally published in the Quarterly Journal of Economics Economics papers Market 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.

1964 Summer Olympic venues Olympic weightlifting venues Music venues in Japan Theatres 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.

English cuisine British pies American desserts British desserts American pies French pies Sweet 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 beverages Mixed drinks
Podophyllum peltatum

Podophyllum peltatum, commonly called mayapple (also known as Adams Apple, mandrake root, American mandrake, raccoon berry, wild lemon, Indian apple, duck's foot, hog apple, umbrella plant, ground lemon), is a herbaceous perennial plant in the family Berberidaceae, native to wooded areas of eastern North America.

Berberidaceae Poisonous plants Medicinal plants Flora of Maryland Flora of Alabama Native Forbs of Ontario Flora of North America
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.

Clothing brands Canadian brands Clothing companies of Canada Sportswear brands Clothing companies Underwear brands Companies established in 1998 Companies listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange Swimwear manufacturers Companies based in Vancouver Sporting 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.

Drug culture Dissociative 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).

English rock music groups British post-punk music groups
Haunted (Poe album)

Haunted is the second album by American singer/songwriter Poe, released in 2000 after a five year hiatus from her debut album Hello in 1995. The self-produced album was created as a tribute to her father, and counterpart to her brother Mark Z. Danielewski's novel House of Leaves.

Albums produced by Olle Romo Book soundtracks Poe albums Atlantic Records albums 2000 soundtracks Albums produced by Matt Wallace
Avgolemono

Avgolemono or egg-lemon (from Greek: αυγολέμονο or αβγολέμονο), is a family of Mediterranean sauces and soups made with egg and lemon juice mixed with broth, heated until they thicken. In Arabic, it is called tarbiya or beida bi-lemoune 'egg with lemon'; and in Turkish terbiye. In Sephardic Jewish cuisine, it is called agristada or salsa blanco, and in Italian cuisine, bagna brusca, brodettato, or brodo brusco. It is also widely used in Balkan cuisine.

Italian cuisine Sauces Sephardi Jewish cuisine Soups Balkan cuisine Greek words and phrases Middle Eastern cuisine Greek cuisine
Pereskia

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.

Pereskia Cacti of South America Cactaceae genera
Whitehouse v Lemon

Whitehouse v. Lemon is a 1976 court case involving the blasphemy law in the United Kingdom.

House of Lords cases 1977 in case law Religion in the United Kingdom Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights 1977 in the United Kingdom Free speech case law European Court of Human Rights cases involving the United Kingdom
Osteospermum

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.

Calenduleae Asteraceae genera Flowers
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.

Horticulture and gardening Trees of Australia Corymbia Flora of Queensland Honey plants Myrtales of Australia Ornamental trees
Sherbet

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.

Food colorings Indandiones Quinoline 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.

Pickles Moroccan cuisine Cambodian cuisine Algerian cuisine Tunisian cuisine
Aloysia citrodora

Aloysia citrodora is a species of flowering plant in the verbena family, Verbenaceae, that is native to Argentina, Paraguay, Brazil, Uruguay, Chile, Bolivia, and Peru. Common names include Lemon Verbena and Lemon Beebrush. It was brought to Europe by the Spanish and the Portuguese in the 17th century.

Flora of Paraguay Flora of Brazil Medicinal plants Flora of Argentina Herbs Flora of Chile Aloysia Flora of Peru Plants described in 1874
The Mighty Lemon Drops

The Mighty Lemon Drops were an English rock group active from 1985 to 1992.

Jangle pop groups English alternative rock groups Sire Records artists English rock music groups Musical groups established in 1985 Wolverhampton Chrysalis Records artists Musical groups disestablished in 1992
Big Hero 6

Big Hero 6 is a superteam in the Marvel Comics universe. They technically first appeared in Sunfire and Big Hero 6 #1, though they were created by Steven T. Seagle and Duncan Rouleau in the pages of Alpha Flight, volume 2. That issue sparked interest in a mini-series which Seagle and Rouleau did not have time to create, thus Scott Lobdell and Gus Vasquez were assigned the mini-series.

Papilio demoleus

Common names: Common Lime Butterfly, Lemon Butterfly, Lime Swallowtail, Small Citrus Butterfly, Chequered Swallowtail, Mariposa del Muerte, Dingy Swallowtail, Citrus Swallowtail. Papilio demoleus, the Mariposa del Muerte, is a common and widespread Swallowtail butterfly. It gets its common names from its host plants, which are usually citrus species such as the cultivated lime. Unlike most swallowtail butterflies, it does not have a prominent tail.

Insects of Pakistan Animals described in 1758 Butterflies of India Papilio
Barley water

Barley water, usually flavoured with lemon or other fruit, is a traditional British soft drink. It is made by boiling washed pearl barley, straining, then pouring the hot water over the rind and/or pulp of the fruit, and adding fruit juice and sugar to taste. The rind may also be boiled with the barley. Drinking boiled grain in water, strained or not, is an ancient practice. Kykeon (Gr.

Non-alcoholic beverages Barley-based beverages Lemon sodas Soft drinks
Lemon law

Lemon laws are American state laws that provide a remedy for purchasers of cars in order to compensate for cars that repeatedly fail to meet standards of quality and performance. These vehicles are called lemons. The federal lemon law protects citizens of all states. State lemon laws vary by state and may not necessarily cover used or leased cars. The rights afforded to consumers by lemon laws may exceed the warranties expressed in purchase contracts.

Consumer protection law United States transportation law Traffic law
Juicer

A juicer is a tool for separating juice from fruits, herbs, leafy greens and other types of vegetables from its pulp in a process called juicing. In separating the pulp, juicers concentrate the nutrition naturally present in fruits and vegetables and allows the body to more easily absorb the nutrition than digesting the solid produce. The use of juicers also makes it easier to consume more raw produce.

Bartending equipment Cooking utensils Kitchenware
Backhousia citriodora

Backhousia citriodora (common names lemon myrtle, lemon scented myrtle, lemon scented ironwood) is a flowering plant in the family Myrtaceae, genus Backhousia. It is endemic to subtropical rainforests of central and south-eastern Queensland, Australia, with a natural distribution from Mackay to Brisbane. Other common names are sweet verbena tree, sweet verbena myrtle, lemon scented verbena, and lemon scented backhousia.

Trees of Australia Essential oils Myrtaceae Australian cuisine Bushfood Crops originating from Australia Flora of Queensland Myrtales of Australia
Phil Edmonston

Louis-Phillip (Phil) Edmonston (born May 26, 1944 in Washington, D.C. ) is a Canadian consumer advocate, writer and former politician. He is one of the few politicians with dual American/Canadian citizenship to be elected to Canadian Parliament. He is best known for his series of annual Lemon-Aid car guides. Edmonston now lives in Panama.

People from Montreal 1944 births American emigrants to Canada Canadian non-fiction writers United States Army personnel Living people Canadian activists Consumer rights activists Members of the House of Commons of Canada from Quebec New Democratic Party MPs People from Washington, D.C. Anglophone Quebec people
The Lemon Drop Kid

The Lemon Drop Kid is a 1951 comedy film based on the short story of the same name by Damon Runyon, starring Bob Hope and Marilyn Maxwell, and directed by Sidney Lanfield. The song "Silver Bells," sung by Hope and Maxwell, was introduced in the film. Lanfield is credited as the director, but Frank Tashlin reportedly was hired, uncredited, to finish the film. The story was also made as a movie in 1934 starring Lee Tracy, with a bit part for actress Ann Sheridan.

Christmas films American films 1950s comedy films Films directed by Sidney Lanfield 1951 films
Lemon basil

Lemon basil, Thai lemon basil or Lao basil (Ocimum × citriodorum) is a hybrid between basil and African basil. The herb is grown primarily in northeastern Africa and southern Asia for its strong fragrant lemon scent, and is used in cooking. Lemon basil stems can grow to 20-40 cm tall. It has white flowers in late summer to early fall. The leaves are similar to basil leaves, but tend to be narrower. Seeds form on the plant after flowering and dry on the plant.

Lamiaceae Lao cuisine Herbs Thai cuisine
Fruit curd

Fruit curd is a dessert spread and topping usually made with lemon, lime, orange or raspberry. Specific types of fruit curd are named after the central curd in them - for example, that made with lemons is known as "lemon curd". The basic ingredients are beaten egg yolks, sugar, fruit juice and zest which are gently cooked together until thick and then allowed to cool, forming a soft, smooth, intensely-flavored spread. Some recipes also include egg whites and/or butter.

Article Feedback 5 Spreads Lemon dishes Dessert sauces
Lemon (song)

"Lemon" is the fourth song and second single from U2's 1993 album, Zooropa. Inspired by old video footage of Bono's late mother, the lyrics describe an attempt to preserve memory through film. More than any previous U2 song, "Lemon" showcases Bono's limited falsetto skills, aided by atmospheric vocals from The Edge and Brian Eno. The song has been described as futuristic German disco. The album version is one of U2's longest songs.

Nu-disco songs 1993 singles Songs produced by Flood Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs number-one singles Songs written by Bono Songs written by Adam Clayton Songs written by Larry Mullen, Jr. Songs produced by Brian Eno English-language songs Island Records singles Songs written by The Edge U2 songs
Lemon battery

A lemon battery is a battery used in experiments proposed in many science textbooks around the world. It is made by inserting two different metallic objects, for example a galvanized nail and a copper coin, into an ion bridge (for example a lemon, a potato or paper soaked in salt water or acid). The copper coin serves as the positive electrode or cathode and the galvanized nail as the electron-producing negative electrode or anode.

Biodegradable materials Disposable batteries
Pelican West

Pelican West is a 1982 debut album by British New Wave band Haircut One Hundred. It featured their hit singles, Love Plus One and Favourite Shirts (Boy Meets Girl). The album was re-released on CD in 1992 featuring 5 bonus tracks, entitled Pelican West Plus.

New Wave albums 1982 albums
Shaken, not stirred

"Shaken, not stirred" is a catchphrase of Ian Fleming's fictional British Secret Service agent James Bond, and his preference for how he wished his martini prepared. The phrase first appears in the novel Diamonds Are Forever (1956), though Bond does not actually say the line until Dr. No (1958) but says it "shaken and not stirred" instead of "shaken, not stirred. " It was first uttered in the films by Sean Connery in Goldfinger in 1964 (though the villain Dr.

Quotations from film and television James Bond Catchphrases Cocktails with vodka
Meyer lemon

Citrus × meyeri, the Meyer lemon, is a citrus fruit native to China thought to be a cross between a true lemon and either a mandarin or common orange. It was introduced to the United States in 1908 as S.P.I. #23028 by the agricultural explorer Frank Nicholas Meyer, an employee of the United States Department of Agriculture who collected a sample of the plant on a trip to China. The Meyer lemon is commonly grown in China in garden pots as an ornamental tree.

Garden plants of Asia Fruits originating in Asia Flora of China Citrus hybrids Citrus Ornamental trees
Pallas's Leaf Warbler

The Pallas's Leaf Warbler or Pallas's Warbler (Phylloscopus proregulus) is a leaf warbler which breeds in southern Siberia, northern Mongolia, and northeastern China. It is strongly migratory and winters mainly in subtropical southern China and northeastern Indochina, but also in small numbers in western Europe. It is one of the smallest warblers; at 9–10 cm long and 4–7 g weight it is slightly smaller than a Yellow-browed Warbler and barely any larger than a Goldcrest.

Birds of Nepal Birds of Asia Birds of Europe Phylloscopus
Lemon test

Genevieve Lemon

Genevieve Lemon is an Australian actress who has appeared in a number of soap operas – as Zelda Baker in The Young Doctors, Marlene "Rabbit" Warren in Prisoner and Brenda Riley in Neighbours. She showed her comedic and singing talents in the televised revue show Three Men and a Baby Grand. Lemon has also appeared in a number of films directed by Jane Campion – Sweetie, The Piano and Holy Smoke.

Living people Australian stage actors Year of birth missing (living people) Australian television actors Australian film actors
Keith Lemon

Keith Lemon is a fictional character, portrayed by English comedian Leigh Francis. Lemon is most famous for his comedy panel show Celebrity Juice.

Fictional English people Alter egos Comedy television characters
Citrus depressa

Citrus depressa (Citrus × depressa, formerly C. pectinifera, Okinawan シークヮーサー or シークァーサー shiikwaasaa, Japanese ヒラミレモン hirami remon), in English sometimes called Taiwan tangerine, flat lemon, hirami lemon, or thin-skinned flat lemon, is a small, green citrus fruit rich in flavonoids and native to Taiwan and Okinawa, Japan. Very sour, it is often used like lemon or lime to garnish dishes, but is also used to make jam, or a yellow juice, which can be thinned or sweetened.

Japanese fruit Citrus Fruits originating in Asia Okinawan cuisine
North Tustin, California

North Tustin is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Orange County, California. The population was 24,917 at the 2010 census, up from 24,044 at the 2000 census. It is Orange County's largest Census Designated place. It is not located in the city limits of Tustin, using Santa Ana as its proper mailing addresses according to the USPS, and a 92705 ZIP Code. The name was changed from Tustin Foothills in 2005.

Census-designated places in Orange County, California Unincorporated communities in Orange County, California
Citrus limetta

Citrus limetta is a species of citrus. Common names for varieties of this species include sweet limetta, Mediterranean sweet lemon, sweet lemon, and sweet lime. In Iran it is called Limu Shirin لیمو شیرین . In India, it is commonly called as Moosambi (Kannada), sathukudi (in Tamil), mousambi, mosambi, or musambi. (in Hindi/Urdu) and Bathaya Kaayalu (in Telugu). The Tamil name derived from the name of a village "sattukkudi' (சாத்துக்குடி) where this fruit was cultivated first in Tamil Nadu.

Citrus
Modey Lemon

Modey Lemon is an American garage rock band from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The group formed in Pittsburgh's South Oakland neighborhood in 1999 as an informal side project of Dean Swagger, a rock trio that had spent the previous year mainly performing in basements to college party crowds. The original lineup consisted of guitarist Phil Boyd and drummer Paul Quattrone, then nominally students at the University of Pittsburgh.

Musical groups from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Mute Records artists Punk blues American rock music groups
The Lemon Song

"The Lemon Song" is a song by English rock band Led Zeppelin, featured on their 1969 album Led Zeppelin II. It was recorded at Mystic Studios in Hollywood when the band was on their second concert tour of the United States. "The Lemon Song" is laced with sexual innuendo, and features some of Led Zeppelin's most blues-influenced playing. It was recorded virtually live in the studio, and no electronic devices were used to create the echo on Robert Plant's vocal.

Songs written by Robert Plant Songs written by Jimmy Page Led Zeppelin songs Songs produced by Jimmy Page English-language songs Songs written by John Paul Jones 1969 songs Songs written by John Bonham
Richard Lemon Lander

Richard Lemon Lander (8 February 1804 – 6 February 1834) was a Cornish explorer of western Africa.

1804 births Cornish explorers Truro People from Truro People in Cornish history 1834 deaths Explorers of Africa
Charles Lemon

Sir Charles Lemon, 2nd Baronet Lemon of Carclew (3 September 1784 – 13 February 1868) was a British Member of Parliament for several constituencies and a baronet.

People educated at Harrow School UK MPs 1835–1837 1868 deaths Cornish politicians UK MPs 1841–1847 People in Cornish history UK MPs 1831–1832 UK MPs 1852–1857 UK MPs 1830–1831 Members of the United Kingdom Parliament for constituencies in Cornwall Baronets in the Baronetage of Great Britain UK MPs 1832–1835 UK MPs 1837–1841 UK MPs 1807–1812 1784 births UK MPs 1847–1852 Presidents of the Royal Statistical Society Fellows of the Royal Society
Lemon Drop Kid

Lemon Drop Kid (foaled 1996) is a Champion American Thoroughbred racehorse.

Thoroughbred racehorses Belmont Stakes winners Northern Dancer bloodline American racehorses 1996 racehorse births Racehorses bred in Kentucky
Lemon of Troy

"Lemon of Troy" is the 24th episode of The Simpsons' sixth season, and originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on May 14, 1995. In the episode, the children of Springfield wage war on Shelbyville after their beloved lemon tree is stolen from them by Shelbyville children.

1995 television episodes The Simpsons (season 6) episodes
Catopsilia pomona

The Common Emigrant or Lemon Emigrant (Catopsilia pomona) is a medium sized pierid butterfly found in Asia and parts of Australia. The species gets its name from its habit of migration. Some early authors considered them as two distinct species Catopsilia crocale and Catopsilia pomona.

Butterflies and moths of Asia Coliadinae Lepidoptera of Australia Insects of Pakistan Butterflies of India
Lemon Tree (film)

Lemon Tree is a 2008 Israeli drama movie directed by Eran Riklis and codirected by his cousin Ira Riklis. It stars Hiam Abbass, Ali Suliman, Danny Leshman, Rona Lipaz-Michael, Tarik Kopty, Amos Lavi, Lana Zreik and Amnon Wolf. The film describes the legal efforts of a Palestinian widow to stop the Israeli Defense Minister, her next door neighbor, from destroying the lemon trees in her family farm. At the same time, she develops a human bond with the minister's wife.

Israeli films Films directed by Eran Riklis Films set in Israel Israeli–Palestinian conflict films Arabic-language films 2008 films Hebrew-language films
Dessert bar

Dessert bars, or simply bars or squares, are a type of American "bar cookie" that has the texture of a firm cake or softer than usual cookie. They are prepared in a pan and then baked in the oven. They are cut into squares or rectangles. They are staples of bake sales and are often made for birthdays. They are especially popular during the holidays, but many people eat them all year. Many coffee shops and bakeries also offer the treats.

Desserts Cuisine of the Midwestern United States Minnesotan cuisine
William Lemon

Sir William Lemon, 1st Baronet (11 October 1748 – 11 December 1824) was a Member of Parliament for Cornish constituencies from 1770 to 1824, a total of 54 years.

British MPs 1780–1784 Alumni of Christ Church, Oxford Members of the Parliament of Great Britain for constituencies in Cornwall UK MPs 1818–1820 British MPs 1796–1800 UK MPs 1806–1807 UK MPs 1812–1818 UK MPs 1801–1802 Cornish politicians British MPs 1768–1774 British MPs 1784–1790 People in Cornish history 1824 deaths British MPs 1790–1796 Members of the United Kingdom Parliament for constituencies in Cornwall Baronets in the Baronetage of Great Britain UK MPs 1820–1826 1748 births UK MPs 1802–1806 UK MPs 1807–1812 British MPs 1774–1780
Psoralea

Psoralea is a genus in the legume family. Although most species are poisonous, the starchy roots of P. esculenta (breadroot, tipsin, or prairie turnip) and P. hypogaea are edible. A few species form tumbleweeds. Common names include tumble-weed (P lanceolata), and white tumbleweed.

Tumbleweeds Faboideae
The Lemon of Pink

The Lemon of Pink is the second album by The Books, released October 7, 2003 on the Tomlab record label.

2003 albums The Books albums
Lemon Township, Butler County, Ohio

Lemon Township is one of thirteen townships in Butler County, Ohio, United States. Located in the northeastern part of the county, it includes most of the city of Monroe and now exists as six disconnected pieces because of annexations by Monroe and Middletown. It has a population of 8,607 in 2000, down from 12,172 in 1990 because of annexations by Middletown, and of those 8,607, only 2,335 live in the unincorporated portion of the township.

Populated places established in 1803 Townships in Butler County, Ohio 1803 establishments in the United States
P-Menthane-3,8-diol

p-Menthane-3,8-diol, also known as para-menthane-3,8-diol, PMD, or Menthoglycol, is an active ingredient used in insect repellents. It smells similar to menthol and acts as a coolant. PMD is found in very small quantities in the essential oil within leaves of the Eucalyptus citriodora tree. This tree is native to Australia, but is now cultivated in many warm places around the world.

Monoterpenes Diols Insect repellents
Bitter lemon

Bitter lemon is a carbonated soft drink flavoured with quinine and lemon.

Lemon sodas 1834 establishments Quinine
Master Cleanse

Master Cleanse is a modified juice fast that permits no food, substituting tea and lemonade made with maple syrup and cayenne pepper. Proponents claim that the diet detoxifies the body and removes excess fat. There is no scientific evidence that the diet removes any toxins, or that it achieves anything beyond temporary weight loss. Though unlikely to be harmful over the short term it can be harmful over the long term.

Alternative detoxification
Mark Romer, Baron Romer

Mark Lemon Romer, Baron Romer PC (9 August 1866 – 19 August 1944) was a British judge. Invested to the Privy Council in 1929, he was Lord Justice of Appeal from 1929 to 1938. On 5 January 1938, he was appointed Lord of Appeal in Ordinary and was made additionally a life peer with the title Baron Romer, of New Romney in the County of Kent.

Law lords Knights Bachelor 1944 deaths Members of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council Chancery Division judges 1866 births
Potassium hydrogenoxalate

Potassium hydrogenoxalate, also known as potassium bioxalate, is a salt with formula KHC2O4 or K·HO2C-CO2. It is one of the most common salts of the hydrogenoxalate anion, and can be obtained by reacting potassium hydroxide with oxalic acid in 1:1 mole ratio. The salt is also known as potassium hydrogen oxalate, potassium binoxalate, acid potassium oxalate, or monobasic potassium oxalate.

Oxalates Potassium compounds
Zester

A zester (also, citrus zester or lemon zester) is a kitchen utensil for obtaining zest from lemons and other citrus fruit. A kitchen zester is approximately four inches long, with a handle and a curved metal end, the top of which is perforated with a row of round holes with sharpened rims. To operate, the zester is pressed with moderate force against the fruit and drawn across its peel. The rims cut the zest from the pith underneath. The zest is cut into ribbons, one drawn through each hole.

Bartending equipment Cooking utensils
Lemon Dove

The Lemon Dove or Cinnamon Dove (Columba larvata) is a bird species in the pigeon family (Columbidae). It differs from the other African pigeons of the genus Columba by its terrestrial habits and the white face and forehead of adult males; it is therefore sometimes separated in the genus Aplopelia. Some treat the Gulf of Guinea populations (São Tomé Lemon-dove) as a separate species C. simplex (or A. simplex), others as subspecies of C. larvata.

Birds of Mozambique Birds of Ethiopia Birds of Gabon Birds of Zambia Birds of Zimbabwe Birds of Eritrea Columba Birds of Burundi Birds of South Africa
Pledge (brand)

Pledge is a cleaning product made by S. C. Johnson & Son. It is used to help dust and clean. In other countries it is known as Pronto, Pliz and Blem.

S. C. Johnson & Son brands
C.C. Lemon

C.C. Lemon is a Japanese soft drink created by Suntory. It is known for its lemon flavor and for its advertisements featuring characters from the popular American cartoon The Simpsons.

Japanese beverages Lemon sodas
Eskimo Limon

Eskimo Limon is a 1978 Israeli cult film directed by Boaz Davidson which led to a series of sequels.

1978 films Films directed by Boaz Davidson Israeli comedy films 1970s comedy films Films about the Israel Defense Forces
Don Lemon

Don Lemon (born March 1, 1966) is an American journalist and news presenter, best known as the host of the prime-time weekend edition of CNN Newsroom, based in Atlanta, Georgia.

CNN people LGBT African Americans Chicago, Illinois television anchors Living people Place of birth missing (living people) Brooklyn College alumni LGBT journalists African American journalists 1966 births American television news anchors American journalists LGBT memoirists Louisiana State University alumni African American memoirists
Passiflora laurifolia

Passiflora laurifolia, commonly known as the water lemon, Jamaican honeysuckle and yellow lilikoi, is a species in the family Passifloraceae. It is native to tropical Americas. The water lemon is an invasive plant in its home region, and has spread to other parts of the world. As a tropical species, water lemon will not tolerate any frost. Water lemon is only occasionally cutivated, but the fruits are usually available in markets wherever the vine grows in wild.

Passiflora
Oxalis stricta

Oxalis stricta, called the common yellow woodsorrel (or simply yellow woodsorrel), common yellow oxalis, upright yellow-sorrel, lemon clover, or more ambiguously and informally "sourgrass" or "pickle plant", is an herbaceous plant native to North America, parts of Eurasia, and has a rare introduction in Britain. It tends to grow in woodlands, meadows, and in disturbed areas as both a perennial and annual.

Edible plants Oxalis Medicinal plants Herbs Flora of North America
Lemon drop

For other uses see Lemon Drop (disambiguation). A lemon drop is a sugar coated, lemon-flavored candy that is typically colored yellow and often shaped like a miniature lemon. They can be sweet or have a more sour flavor. The term "lemon drop" is also occasionally applied to lemon-flavored throat lozenges, and an alcoholic drink consisting of lemon juice, vodka and sugar.

Confectionery
Lemon People

was a sexploitation hentai manga magazine published by Kubo Shoten from 1981 to 1998 in Japan. The first issue had some gravure idol photographs, but the format of the magazine quickly switched to all manga by the eighth issue. Lemon People predates the lolicon manga boom in Japan in the 2000s, and was the longest-running lolita manga magazine in Japan.

Erotica magazines Monthly magazines 1981 establishments in Japan Publications disestablished in 1998 Japanese men's magazines Pornographic manga magazines Satirical magazines Defunct magazines of Japan Magazines established in 1981 Yuri (genre)
Aunt Dan and Lemon

Aunt Dan and Lemon is a play by Wallace Shawn. The world premiere was produced by the New York Shakespeare Festival (Joseph Papp, producer) at the Royal Court Theatre in London, England on August 27, 1985, under the direction of Max Stafford-Clark. This production opened off-Broadway at The Public Theatre on October 21, 1985. It received a New York revival off-Broadway in 2004 at the Acorn Theatre, directed by Scott Elliot.

1985 plays Plays by Wallace Shawn Plays set in the United States
Sour mix

Sour mix is a mixer used in many cocktails. It is made from approximately equal parts lemon and/or lime juice and simple syrup and shaken vigorously with ice. This produces a pearly-white liquid with a pronounced flavor. Sour mix can be mixed with liquor(s) to make a sour drink; most common are vodka sour and whiskey sour. Pre-mixed versions are available, and are in use in many bars. These typically consist of a powder which must be rehydrated by adding water prior to use.

Drink mixers
Junonia lemonias

Junonia lemonias, also known as the Lemon Pansy, is a common nymphalid butterfly found in South Asia. It is found in gardens, fallow land, and open wooded areas.

Junonia Animals described in 1758 Butterflies of India
Lemon Hanazawa

, aka Remon Hanazawa, is a Japanese pink film and AV (porn) actress. She has appeared in award-winning pink films such as Lunch Box (2004) and Molester's Train: Sensitive Fingers (2007). She was named "Best New Actress" for her work in this genre in 2004, and "Best Actress" second place in 2005 at the Pink Grand Prix. The Kansai region Pinky Ribbon Awards chose Hanazawa for Best Supporting Actress in 2005, and Outstanding Performance by an Actress in 2007.

Pink film actors Living people Japanese film actors Japanese female pornographic film actors 1984 births
Brian Lemon

Brian Lemon is a European jazz pianist and arranger most notable for his works with Benny Goodman, Charlie Watts, Scott Hamilton, Buddy Tate, Milt Jackson, Ben Webster, George Chisholm and Kenny Baker. He moved to London in the mid-1950s to join Freddy Randall's band. After that he worked with a variety of bands ranging from traditional to post-bop. He also had his own octet which played songs by Billy Strayhorn.

British jazz pianists Living people 1937 births
The Lemon Trees

The Lemon Trees were a 1990s UK pop band consisting of Guy Chambers, twin brothers Paul Stacey and Jeremy Stacey, Alex Lewis and Paul Holman. The band formed in 1993 and recorded two albums, but the second was not released. They disbanded in 1995.

English pop music groups Musical groups disestablished in 1995 Musical groups established in 1993
Black lime

Black Lime (also known as Dried Lime, Loomi, Lumi, Noomi Basra, Omani, Amani and Black Lemon) is a spice used in Middle Eastern dishes. It is made by boiling fresh lime in salt water and sun drying until the insides turn black. The outside color varies from tan to black. It is sold whole or ground.

Iranian cuisine Dried fruit Spices
Lemon Hill

Lemon Hill (1800–01) is a Federal-style mansion in Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, built by the merchant Henry Pratt. Originally part of Robert Morris's 300-acre (120 ha) estate, The Hills, Pratt purchased 43 acres (17 ha) at a sheriff's sale for $14,654 in 1799. According to Pratt's letterbooks, recently discovered by Philadelphia Museum of Art assistant curator Martha C. Halpern, he designed the mansion himself and served as his own general contractor.

Historic house museums in Pennsylvania Houses completed in 1801 Federal architecture in Pennsylvania Houses in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Museums in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Juice (aggregator)

Juice is a podcast aggregator for Windows and Mac OS X used for downloading media files such as ogg and mp3 for playback on the computer or for copying to a digital audio player. Juice lets a user schedule downloading of specific podcasts, and will notify the user when a new show is available. It is free software available under the GNU General Public License. The project is hosted at Sourceforge.

Free multimedia software Podcasting software Digital audio Free software programmed in Python
Hemerocallis lilioasphodelus

Hemerocallis lilioasphodelus, (syn. Hemerocallis flava, Lemon Day-lily Lemon Lily, Yellow Day-lily) is a plant of the genus Hemerocallis. It is found across China, in Europe in N.E. Italy and Slovenia and is one of the first daylilies used for breeding. Hemerocallis lilioasphodelus grows in big spreading clumps and its leaves grow to 75 cm (30 in) long. It has lemon-yellow flowers with a sweet scent in a cluster of 3 to 9 flowers.

Hemerocallidoideae
River Lemon

The River Lemon is a 16-km-long river in the county of Devon in south-west England. It rises on the south-east side of Dartmoor near Haytor, joins with the River Sig and the Langworthy Brook at Sigford, then passes the village of Bickington. Lower down, it is joined by the Kestor Brook and it then flows through the woods in Bradley Valley, past the manor house of Bradley, and through the town of Newton Abbot where it flows through a 400-metre-long tunnel below the town centre.

Dartmoor Rivers of Devon
Ernest Lemon

Sir Ernest John Hutchings Lemon, OBE (9 December 1884 – 15 December 1954) was Chief Mechanical Engineer of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway and later one of its three Vice-Presidents. During the run-up to the Second World War Lemon was made Director-General of Aircraft Production and made crucial improvements to aircraft production.

Officers of the Order of the British Empire Knights Bachelor 1884 births British railway mechanical engineers Locomotive builders and designers London, Midland and Scottish Railway people British mechanical engineers Engineer and Railway Staff Corps officers 1954 deaths
The Lemon Sisters

The Lemon Sisters is a 1990 American film from Miramax Films directed by Joyce Chopra and written by Jeremy Pikser. The film was both a commercial and critical failure after being shelved for more than a year with extensive revisions.

American films Films set in New Jersey Miramax Films films 1990 films Films directed by Joyce Chopra Films shot in Atlantic City English-language films
The Big Lemon

The Big Lemon is a bus operator in Brighton, East Sussex, England, operating public bus services and private hire operations as well as festival travel and waste oil collection. Registered as a Community Interest Company, the company markets itself as Brighton's friendly bus company, while pushing it's eco-friendly credentials as its buses are fueled using second-life locally-sourced cooking oil.

Transport in Brighton and Hove Transport in East Sussex Bus operators in England Companies established in 2007
Xymalos

Xymalos monospora, commonly known as Lemonwood, is a monotypic species of evergreen tree native to Africa. Xymalos is an Afromontane endemic, and can be found from 900–2700 meters elevation in the highlands of Eastern Africa from Sudan to South Africa, as well as on Mount Cameroon and Bioko in west-central Africa. Lemonwood is commonly found in escarpment forest and regenerated scrub. Its leaves have a strong lemon scent when crushed.

Monotypic plant genera Monimiaceae Laurales genera
Lemon Tree

Cymbopogon citratus

Cymbopogon citratus, commonly known as lemon grass or oil grass, is a tropical plant from Southeast Asia.

Medicinal plants Antidepressants Cymbopogon Beekeeping Flora of Asia
Lemon Bay High School

Lemon Bay High School (LBHS) is a public high school located in Englewood, Florida. It serves grades nine through twelve and is operated by Charlotte County Public Schools. It is unusual in that it serves students from not only Charlotte County but Sarasota County as well.

High schools in Charlotte County, Florida Public high schools in Florida
Peter C. Lemon

Peter Charles Lemon (born June 5, 1950) is a former United States Army soldier and a recipient of the United States military's highest decoration, the Medal of Honor. He received the award for his actions on April 1, 1970 while serving in Tay Ninh province during the Vietnam War. Lemon is the only Canadian born U.S. citizen to be presented the medal for fighting in the Vietnam War. He is the fifth-youngest living Medal of Honor recipient.

American people of Canadian descent Recipients of the Combat Infantryman Badge Army Medal of Honor recipients Colorado State University alumni Recipients of the Air Medal 1950 births Living people Canadian emigrants to the United States Recipients of the Ranger tab American military personnel of the Vietnam War Recipients of the Purple Heart medal Recipients of the Army Commendation Medal Recipients of the Bronze Star Medal United States Army soldiers Foreign-born Medal of Honor recipients
Lipton Brisk

Lipton Brisk is an iced tea and juice brand managed by the Pepsi Lipton Partnership, a joint venture formed in 1991 between PepsiCo and Unilever. In 2012, PepsiCo announced Brisk had surpassed $1 billion in annual revenue, making it one of the 22 billion-dollar PepsiCo brands. Brisk is well known for its high-profile “That’s Brisk, baby!” campaigns. The J.

Non-alcoholic beverages Tea brands PepsiCo brands Brand name beverage products
Bitter Lemon Press

Bitter Lemon Press is a small London-based independent publisher, set up by Francois von Hurter in 2003 which specialises in translated literary crime novels and romans noirs from abroad. They currently publish novels by authors such as Gianrico Carofiglio, the famous Swiss crime-writer Friedrich Glauser, Saskia Noort, and the award-winning Cuban writer Leonardo Padura.

Book publishing companies of the United Kingdom Publishing companies established in 2003 Small press publishers
Lemon Tree (Fool's Garden song)

"Lemon Tree" is a song by German britpop band Fool's Garden from the album Dish of the Day, which was released as a single in 1995 and became a major international hit in 1996. The single reached number 26 in the UK charts and remained at number one for several weeks in Germany. It also reached number one in Ireland, where Dustin the Turkey recorded a Christmas-parody called "Christmas Tree".

Singles certified platinum by the Bundesverband Musikindustrie Number-one singles in Germany Number-one singles in Norway Number-one singles in Austria Fools Garden songs 1996 singles 1995 singles Irish Singles Chart number-one singles Number-one singles in Sweden
Ramblin' Man (Lemon Jelly song)

"Ramblin' Man" is a song by Lemon Jelly, from their first studio album Lost Horizons, released in 2002. It features a conversation between an interviewer (the voice of Michael Deakin—father of Lemon Jelly's Fred Deakin) and 'John', the Ramblin' Man (the voice of actor John Standing), during which 'John' lists 67 places around the world.

2002 songs Lemon Jelly songs List songs
Lemon (color)

Lemon or lemon yellow is a color somewhat resembling yellow and named after the fruit. The color lemon is a representation of the color of the outer skin of a lemon. The first recorded use of lemon as a color name in English was in 1598.

Shades of yellow
Lemon Love

Lemon Love is the debut album recorded by pop singer Aslyn. All songs are written by Aslyn except "Here" which was co-written with her producer, Guy Chambers and "493-1023" which was co-written with her brother Jeremy Mitchell. In its first week, Lemon Love sold almost 4,000 copies. Lemon Love went on to sell over 11,000 copies in the United States, reaching #36 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.

2005 debut albums Aslyn albums Albums produced by Eric Valentine
Lemon Parade

Lemon Parade is Tonic's first album, released in 1996. The album has sold 1,300,000 copies to date, and reached platinum status in the United States. Tonic released a live EP with enhanced material called Live and Enhanced based on the success of this album. "If You Could Only See" was a hit single on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks charts reaching #1, and also reached #11 on the Billboard Airplay Hot 100, where it spent 63 weeks on the chart.

1996 debut albums Tonic albums
Shangjuan

The shangjuan, or Ichang lemon (Citrus ichangensis × C. maxima, is a citrus fruit and plant originating in East Asia. It is believed to be a hybrid of pomelo and Ichang papeda. The fruit looks a bit like a grapefruit, and can be either yellow or green depending on the degree of ripeness. Shangjuan fruits, which are very aromatic, can be as large as a grapefruit . Shangjuan forms a shrub or small tree, which is commonly thorny.

Citrus Fruits originating in Asia
Charles L. Bestor

Charles Lemon Bestor (b. New York City, December 21, 1924) is an American composer of contemporary classical music, professor, and administrator. He studied with Paul Hindemith at Yale University. He later studied with Vincent Persichetti and Peter Mennin at the Juilliard School, and independently with Vladimir Ussachevsky. He holds degrees from Swarthmore College, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and the University of Colorado at Boulder.

Yale University alumni Swarthmore College alumni American composers 20th-century classical composers Juilliard School alumni Living people 1924 births Musicians from New York City University of Alabama people University of Massachusetts Amherst faculty University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign alumni University of Utah faculty Juilliard School faculty University of Colorado alumni Willamette University people
Lemon sole

The lemon sole, Microstomus kitt, is a flatfish of the family Pleuronectidae. It is native to shallow seas around Northern Europe, where it lives on stony bottoms down to depths of about 200 metres (660 ft). It grows up to 65 centimetres (26 in) in length and reaches about 3 kilograms (6.6 lb) in weight. It is a popular food fish.

Edible fish Commercial fish Pleuronectidae
Lemon (artist)

Lemon is the alter-ego of music producer, deejay, multi-instrumentalist, record label owner Nick Hollywood. He was one half of the team responsible for the seminal and hugely successful London night Club Montepulciano, which ran for over 11 years to great critical acclaim and was described by London's Time Out (company) as in 2004 as one of the "things you must do before you can call yourself a real Londoner".

Living people British musicians People from London Year of birth missing (living people)
Lemon Cove, California

Lemon Cove is a census-designated place (CDP) in Tulare County, California, United States. The population was 308 at the 2010 census, up from 298 at the 2000 census.

Census-designated places in Tulare County, California
Sicklefin lemon shark

The sicklefin lemon shark or sharptooth lemon shark (Negaprion acutidens) is a species of requiem shark, family Carcharhinidae, widely distributed in the tropical waters of the Indo-Pacific. It is closely related to the better-known lemon shark (N. brevirostris) of the Americas; the two species are almost identical in appearance, both being stout-bodied sharks with broad heads, two dorsal fins of nearly equal size, and a plain yellow-tinged coloration.

Carcharhinidae
Lost Horizons (Lemon Jelly album)

Lost Horizons is the second album release (and the first studio proper, since the previous album Lemonjelly. ky was a compilation of their debut EPs) from Lemon Jelly, released in October 2002. The album produced two charting singles in the UK, "Space Walk" and "Nice Weather for Ducks". It was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize in 2003. The album has more organic instrumentation than its predecessor, hence the addition of session musicians. Like Lemonjelly.

Lemon Jelly albums 2002 albums XL Recordings albums
Dear Lemon Lima

Dear Lemon Lima is a 2009 family comedy feature film written and directed by Suzi Yoonessi. Based on her short film of the same name and developed with the support of Film Independent and its Filmmaker Labs, this film is about a 13-year-old half-Yup’ik girl navigating her way through first heartbreak and the perils of prep school in Fairbanks, Alaska.

2009 films Films set in Alaska
Arthur Lemon

Arthur Whitelock Lemon (15 April 1905– 28 May 1982) was a Welsh international number 8 who played club rugby for Neath and was capped 13 times for Wales.

Rugby union number eights 1905 births People from Neath Wales international rugby union players Welsh rugby union players 1982 deaths Neath RFC players
Banksia 'Lemon Glow'

Banksia 'Lemon Glow', also known by its extended cultivar name Banksia spinulosa var. cunninghamii 'Lemon Glow', is a form of Banksia spinulosa var. cunninghamii with lemon-yellow flowers. It was selected by Alf Salkin from a wild population on French Island, Victoria, and registered as a cultivar on 5 October 1982. Unlike its parent species, its flower styles are yellow rather than black. In all other respects it is typical of B. spinulosa var. cunninghamii.

Garden plants of Australia Banksia cultivars
Lemon Drop Mangosteen

The vernauclar name Lemon Drop Mangosteen is applied to two species of tropical American fruit trees. Garcinia intermedia Garcinia madruno

Acronychia acidula

Lemon aspen, Acronychia acidula is a small to medium sized rainforest tree of Queensland, Australia. The aromatic and acidic fruit is harvested as a bushfood. The true aspens of the northern hemisphere belong to the genus Populus in the family Salicaceae.

Sapindales of Australia Trees of Australia Australian cuisine Bushfood Crops originating from Australia Flora of Queensland Acronychia
Lemon D

Kevin King embarked on his musical journey from a fairly young age. From the age of eleven, he was already b- boying: breakdancing and battling it out with the local crews in order to be eligible to receive the latest electro and pioneering hp hop mixtapes from the United States. A few years down the line, however, Kevin became interested by the sounds of US House and the Detroit-influenced techno of Derrick May and Juan Atkins which had begun to filter its way through the U.

Living people English drum and bass musicians
Lemon Incest

"Lemon Incest" is a song written, composed and performed by Serge Gainsbourg in duet with his daughter Charlotte Gainsbourg. Recorded in 1984, the song was released as a single from Gainsbourg's album Love on the Beat in 1985. It is also available on Charlotte's 1986 album Charlotte for Ever. It was controversial because of its theme, but nevertheless successful, reaching number 2 in the French charts.

Songs written by Serge Gainsbourg 1985 singles Popular songs based on classical works Charlotte Gainsbourg songs Serge Gainsbourg songs Vocal duets Incest in fiction 1984 songs
Lemon Grove School District

Lemon Grove School District is a school district located in Lemon Grove, California, USA. It runs two middle schools and seven elementary schools but no high schools. Grossmont Union High School District provides secondary and adult education. The superintendent is Ernest Anastos. The district is managed by a five-person Governing Board.

School districts in San Diego County, California
Lemon Sky

Lemon Sky is a 1970 play by Lanford Wilson first produced Off-Off-Broadway at Cafe La MaMa. The story is about a fresh out of high school teen from the midwest moving to San Diego, California in the 1950s to live with his estranged father and new family. Attempting to overcome the past, Alan is confronted with problems within his new family.

1980s television series debuts American drama television series Television programs based on plays 1980s television series endings 1970 plays 1980s American television series
Lemon liqueur

Lemon liqueur is a liqueur made from lemons, liquor, and sugar. It is light to bright lemon yellow in color; intensely lemony in flavor; clear, cloudy, or opaque; and sweet or sweet and sour. Lemon zest is used, with or (usually) without lemon juice. If juice is omitted, water may be added, and the liqueur is not sour. Milk or cream may be added to make a lemon cream liqueur.

Fruit liqueurs Italian cuisine Lemon dishes
Jim Lemon

James Robert Lemon (March 23, 1928 – May 14, 2006) was an American right and left fielder, manager and coach in Major League Baseball. A powerful, right-handed hitting and throwing outfielder, Lemon teamed with first baseman Roy Sievers (and later with slugger Harmon Killebrew and outfielder Bob Allison) to form the most formidable home run-hitting tandem in the 60-year history of the first Washington Senators franchise.

Minnesota Twins coaches Baseball players from Virginia Cancer deaths in Mississippi Major League Baseball right fielders Washington Senators (1901–1960) players 2006 deaths Philadelphia Phillies players Minnesota Twins players American League All-Stars Washington Senators (1961–1971) managers People from Covington, Virginia Cleveland Indians players 1928 births Chicago White Sox players Major League Baseball left fielders
Lemon Test

Myrmelachista schumanni

Myrmelachista schumanni, also known as the lemon ant, is a species of ant that is notable for the creation of Devil's garden. Using its own herbicide, it is able to shape its surroundings. Leafcutter ants are the principal herbivores in Central and South American rainforests. In the rainforests of the western Amazon, however, a little-studied ant species rivals the leafcutters in its ability to destroy vegetation.

Formicinae
Lemon Creek, Staten Island

Lemon Creek is a stream located on the South Shore of Staten Island, one of the five boroughs of New York City. It is one of the few remaining ground-level creeks in New York City.

Geography of Staten Island Rivers of New York
Gin Lemon

Gin Lemon is an EP released by Gigi D'Agostino in 1997. The track Gin Lemon was also released as a single and a maxi-single.

Gigi D'Agostino albums 1997 EPs
Lemon Tree (Will Holt song)

"Lemon Tree" is a folk song written by Will Holt in the 1960s. The tune is based on the Brazilian folk song Meu limão, meu limoeiro, arranged by José Carlos Burle in 1937 and made popular by Brazilian singer Wilson Simonal. The song compares love to a lemon tree: "Lemon tree very pretty, and the lemon flower is sweet, but the fruit of the poor lemon is impossible to eat.

The Kingston Trio songs Chad & Jeremy songs Peter, Paul & Mary songs Brazilian songs Trini Lopez songs
Garcinia intermedia

Garcinia intermedia is a tropical American fruit tree species.

Garcinia
Ralph Lemon

Ralph Lemon (b. August 1, 1952 in Cincinnati, Ohio) was raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Lemon has been classified as many things; an African American dancer, a choreographer, company director, a writer and a visual artist but he chooses to categorize himself as a conceptualist. He was raised in a religious environment where as a child he developed his artistic creativity.

1952 births Living people American choreographers American dancers University of Minnesota alumni African American artists
Lemon Township, Wyoming County, Pennsylvania

Lemon Township is a township in Wyoming County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 1,243 at the 2010 census.

Townships in Wyoming County, Pennsylvania
Asterolasia asteriscophora

Asterolasia asteriscophora, commonly known as Lemon Starbush, is a shrub species in the family Rutaceae. It is endemic to Australia. The flowers, which appear in spring, are normally yellow though a white-flowering subspecies (A. asteriscophora subsp. albiflora) is found in Emerald, Victoria.

Sapindales of Australia Flora of Victoria (Australia) Flora of New South Wales Rutaceae
John Lander (explorer)

John Lander (1807 – 6 November 1839) was the younger brother of Cornish explorer Richard Lemon Lander and accompanied him on his first expedition to western Africa. The Lander brothers were sons of a Truro innkeeper. While Richard went to sea at a young age, John learned the printing trade. In 1830 the brothers went on an expedition to determine the course of the Niger River.

Cornish explorers 1807 births People from Truro 1839 deaths People in Cornish history Explorers of Africa
Lake Lemon

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Protected areas of Brown County, Indiana Protected areas of Monroe County, Indiana Reservoirs in Indiana
Lemon-breasted Seedeater

The Lemon-Breasted Seedeater (Serinus citrinipectus), also known as the Lemon-breasted Canary, is a species of finch in the Fringillidae family. It is found in Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Its natural habitats are dry savanna, subtropical or tropical dry shrubland, and rural gardens.

Callistemon pallidus

Callistemon pallidus, also known as Lemon Bottlebrush, is a shrub in the family Myrtaceae. It is native to the states of Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania in Australia. Lemon Bottlebrush grows up to 5 metres in height and has leaves which are 3 to 7 cm long and 9 to 15 mm in width. The cream to yellow flower spikes, which are 3 to 7 cm in length and about 3.5 cm in diameter, occur between spring and summer.

Flora of Victoria (Australia) Callistemon Flora of Tasmania Flora of New South Wales Flora of Queensland
Lemonheads

Lemon, Lime and Bitters

Lemon, Lime and Bitters (LLB) is a mixed drink made with lemonade, lime juice or cordial, and bitters. It is sometimes (erroneously) made with lemon squash instead of lemonade. It is often considered to be a non-alcoholic cocktail due to its exceedingly low alcohol content, though some establishments consider it to be alcoholic and will not serve it without identification or proof of age.

Non-alcoholic mixed drinks Australian alcoholic beverages Australian inventions Australian beverages
Eucalyptus staigeriana

Eucalyptus staigeriana, Lemon Ironbark or Lemon-scented Ironbark, is a small rough barked sclerophyll tree that grows naturally in pure stands on hills in the Palmer River region of Cape York, North Queensland, Australia.

Eucalyptus Trees of Australia Bushfood Crops originating from Australia Flora of Queensland Myrtales of Australia
Lemon Tree Passage, New South Wales

Lemon Tree Passage is a suburb of the Port Stephens Local Government Area in the Hunter Region of New South Wales, Australia, located at the end of the Tilligerry Peninsula and surrounded by the waters of Port Stephens. It is a haven for koalas due to it being densely wooded. The town has a small marina and the local industry is oyster farming. The suburb is separated from nearby Bulls Island by a small strait which is also known as Lemon Tree Passage.

Suburbs of Port Stephens Council
Lemon tetra

The lemon tetra, Hyphessobrycon pulchripinnis, is a species of tropical freshwater fish which originates from South America, belonging to the family Characidae. It is a small tetra growing to 5 cm in length. The species is a long established favourite aquarium fish, being introduced to the aquarium in 1932.

Tetras Tropical fish
Leptospermum liversidgei

Leptospermum liversidgei, commonly known as Swamp May, Olive Teatree, Lemon-scented Teatree or Lemon Teatree, is a shrub to 4 m found naturally growing in wet coastal heath in Eastern Australia. Leaves are 5-7 mm long, with a distinctive lemony aroma. The white or pink flowers are solitary, followed by a woody capsule. The name "Leptospermum" is from the Greek "leptos sperma" which means "thin seed", and "liversidgei" is after Professor A. Liversidge. L.

Flora of New South Wales Leptospermum Myrtales of Australia
Coca-Cola with Lemon

Coca-Cola with Lemon is a soft drink brand owned by The Coca-Cola Company, launched to compete with Pepsi Twist. It is produced and distributed by The Coca-Cola Company's bottlers. Diet Coke with Lemon was introduced in the U.S. in 2001.

Products introduced in 2001 Lemon sodas Coca-Cola brands
Lemon Tree Hotels

Lemon Tree Hotels is a hotel chain company based in India. Incorporated in 2002, the company owns and operates approximately 1,900 rooms across 18 mid-scale hotels across India.

Hotels in India Hotels in Delhi Companies based in Delhi Hospitality companies of India Hotel chains Companies established in 2002
James Lemon

James H. Lemon was an investment banker from Washington, D.C.. He is best known as the co-owner of the Washington Senators of the American League with James Johnson from 1963 through 1967, and the principal owner in 1968. During the 1930s, Lemon was well known in the world of contract bridge, serving as president of the Washington Bridge League and, in 1939, of the American Contract Bridge League. In 1963, Johnson and Lemon purchased the Senators franchise from Elwood Richard Quesada.

Year of birth missing Major League Baseball owners Washington Senators (1961–1971) owners Year of death missing American bridge players
Lemon squeezer

A lemon squeezer is a small kitchen utensil designed to extract juice from lemons or other citrus fruits such as oranges, grapefruit, or lime. It is designed to separate and crush the pulp of the fruit in a way that is easy to operate. Lemon squeezers can be made from any solid, acid-resistant material, such as plastic, glass, metal or ceramic.

Food preparation appliances Cooking utensils
Solo (Australian soft drink)

In Australia, Solo is a carbonated lemon-flavoured soft drink manufactured by Schweppes Australia. Solo was launched in Australia in 1973 as the ready to drink version of traditional 'pub squash'. It is positioned as a very masculine drink and has had many television commercials that play to its overtly male image. , the latest being "Game On" since joining the Football Federation of Australia, which has been highly successful in.

Lemon sodas
Bill in lemon

The bill in lemon is an effect in which a magician requests a currency note from a spectator and makes the note vanish, then proceeding to slice a lemon open to show the note inside.

Magic tricks
Judy Sucks a Lemon for Breakfast

Judy Sucks a Lemon for Breakfast is a 2009 studio album by the British band Cornershop. It was their first album in seven years following 2002's Handcream for a Generation. The band were dropped by Beggars Banquet Records after disagreements about the promotion of their previous album, and Tjinder Singh explained the reasons for the seven-year gap before this album: "We needed to take a break from doing music.

2009 albums Cornershop albums
Lemon chiffon

Lemon chiffon is the X11 color and web color lemonchiffon, reminiscent of the color of lemon chiffon cake. It was first introduced as a named color in the X Window System; the origins of the names are obscure. These were adopted for the Netscape Navigator web browser for colors in its extended palette, and in turn recognized by Mosaic and Internet Explorer. No specification, however, recognizes it as an official HTML color name.

Shades of yellow
Negaprion

Negaprion is a genus of requiem sharks, family Carcharhinidae, containing the two extant species of lemon sharks: the lemon shark (N. brevirostris) of the Americas, and the sicklefin lemon shark (N. acutidens) of the Indo-Pacific. Both species are large, slow-moving, bulky sharks inhabiting shallow coastal waters, and can be identified by their short, blunt snouts, two dorsal fins of nearly equal size, and uniform yellowish brown or gray coloration.

Carcharhinidae
The Lemon Press

The Lemon Press is a satirical magazine at the University of York. It is written by and for students, and currently has over 50 working members. The first issue of the publication was launched in 2009 at the University of York Students’ Union Freshers' Fair. It was created by students Chris Burgess, Dave Walker, Elliott Gresswell and Joe Regan, and in its first year was edited by fellow student Ryan Fitzgerald. It was released once a term, producing three issues.

British satirical magazines University of York York media
Euchloe charlonia

The Greenish Black-tip or Lemon White (Euchloe charlonia), is a butterfly in the Pieridae family. Its range is mainly in northern Africa, the Middle-East and occasionally the southern Iberian peninsula, especially Spain. The larvae feed on Diplotaxis pendula, Succowia balearica, Moricandia arvensis, Eruca vesicaria, Cleome arabica, Reseda villosa, Eryngium tenue and Diplotaxis acris.

Animals described in 1842 Euchloe
Lemon technique

The Lemon technique is a method used by meteorologists using weather radar to determine the relative strength of thunderstorm cells in a vertically sheared environment. It is named for Leslie R. Lemon, the co-creator of the current conceptual model of a supercell. The Lemon technique is largely a continuation of work by Keith A. Browning, who first identified and named the supercell.

Radar meteorology Severe weather and convection
Monroe High School (Monroe, Ohio)

Monroe Senior High School is a high school in Monroe, Ohio. It is the only high school in the Monroe Local Schools district.

High schools in Butler County, Ohio
Lilium parryi

Lilium parryi is a rare species of lily known by the common names lemon lily and Parry's lily. It is native to the south-western United States and northern Mexico where it is a rare sighting in moist areas in mountain habitat. In California it is currently known from the San Bernardino and San Gabriel Mountains and a few remaining spots near Palomar Mountain to the south.

Flora of California Lilium Flora of Sonora Chiricahua Mountains Flora of Arizona San Gabriel Mountains
Lemon-throated Leaf Warbler

The Lemon-throated Leaf Warbler (Phylloscopus cebuensis) is a species of Old World warbler in the Phylloscopidae family. It is found only in the Philippines.

Phylloscopus
Lemon Hill Estate

Jonathan Lemon

Jonathan Lemon(born April 13, 1965) is an artist, cartoonist and musician who lives in San Francisco, California. Lemon was born in Watford, England and gained a degree in Visual and Performing Arts from the University of Brighton. After working as a stand-up comedian and musician for several years he moved to San Francisco in 1992 and created several character animations for best selling software including “Stinky & Dinky”, “Dr. Doodles”.

1965 births People from Watford Living people Alumni of the University of Brighton English musicians English cartoonists
Southern lemon sole

The southern lemon sole, Pelotretis flavilatus, is a righteye flounder, the only species in the genus Pelotretis, found around New Zealand in enclosed waters such as estuaries, harbours, mudflats, and sandflats, in waters less than 385 m in depth. Their length is from 25 to 50 cm.

Endemic marine fish of New Zealand Pleuronectidae
Black-ringed White-eye

The Black-ringed White-eye or Lemon-throated White-eye (Zosterops anomalus) is a species of bird in the Zosteropidae family. It is endemic to Indonesia. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.

Zosterops Birds of Indonesia
Lemon-rumped Warbler

The Lemon-rumped Warbler or Pale-rumped Warbler (Phylloscopus chloronotus) is a species of Old World warbler in the Phylloscopidae family. It is found in the western Himalayas to central China.

Phylloscopus
Ponderosa lemon

The ponderosa lemon (limon × medica) is a citrus species thought to be a hybrid of a lemon and a citron. It is less cold hardy than a true lemon. It bears medium to large fruit that have a thick and bumpy rind. The fruits are seedy, and while they look like a citron, they taste like a lemon. The ponderosa lemon originated in roughly 1887, and is believed to come from a chance seedling grown in Hagerstown, Maryland. It was later named and introduced to the nursery trade in 1900.

Citrus Citrus hybrids
Lemon Wond Holt

Lemon “Rusty” Wond Holt (22 September 1904 – 12 March 1999), was one of the last surviving local-born members of the “Stonewall Gang” who frequented Waikiki Beach during the early 1900s. He would gather surgeonfish, sea urchins, seaweed and young coconuts for Queen Liliuokalani when she came to visit his grandmother, Mary Ann Wond Lemon, her classmate at the Royal School. He also knew Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole, who sometimes took him tandem-surfing on his koa longboard.

1999 deaths American surfers People from Hawaii 1904 births
Alex Lemon

Alex Lemon (January 30, 1978—) is an American poet. Lemon is the author of four books. The poetry collections Mosquito, Hallelujah Blackout, Fancy Beasts and Happy: A Memoir Lemon is a frequent contributor to The Bloomsbury Review, and co-editor of LUNA. His awards and honors include a 2005 Literature Fellowship in Poetry from the National Endowment for the Arts, a 2006 Minnesota Arts Board Grant, and inclusion in the Best American Poetry 2008 anthology.

American poets Living people
Leptospermum petersonii

Leptospermum petersonii (or Leptsopermum citratum), lemon-scented teatree is a tall shrub to small tree to 5 m which is cultivated as an ornamental and for essential oils. It naturally occurs near sclerophyll forest or rainforest, on sandy or rocky escarpements, on the east coast of Australia. It has simple leaves, 20-40 mm long, with a distinctive lemony aroma. The flowers are white, followed by woody capsules.

Crops originating from Australia Flora of New South Wales Flora of Queensland Leptospermum Myrtales of Australia
Lemon tart

A lemon tart is a dessert dish, a variation of a tart. They have a normal, crimped, versatile pastry shell, while the filling is a basic variation of lemon paste. These mini-pastries are made in three ways. One way is to have a half-spherical pastry, and lemon filling, while the second way is to have a spherical pastry with lemon filling inside, and the third way, is to have a half spherical pastry, with cream and lemon inside. Lemon tarts may vary, such as they may be sweet or sour.

Tarts Lemon dishes
List of Bo' Selecta! characters

This is a list of fictional characters from the television series Bo' Selecta!.

Sitcom characters by series
Lemon Creek

Lemon (poet)

Lemon, born Andrew Andersen (born 1975) was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York City. Lemon is a critically acclaimed poet, spoken word artist, and actor. As a poet he has the most aired episodes on HBO's Def Poetry, eight times in six seasons, and was an original cast member of the TONY Award-winning Russell Simmons Def Poetry Jam on Broadway. Lemon was also nominated for a Drama Desk Award for his writing and work on the show.

1975 births American poets Living people American film actors
Krest

Krest is a soft drink manufactured by The Coca-Cola Company, local to the island of Malta. It was introduced in 1997 in regular and diet versions. Made from bitter oranges, its taste remains distinct from the more popular Kinnie drink, which is also local to Malta. In 1 January 2008, the drink's name was changed to Fanta Amara. Krest is also a trademark of The Coca-Cola Company for lemonade, tonic water, club soda and ginger ale in many countries in Africa and the Middle East.

Maltese cuisine Coca-Cola brands
Neolamprologus leleupi

Not to be confused with Neolamprologus leloupi. colspan=2 style="text-align: center; background-color: transparent; text-align:center; border: 1px solid red;" | Neolamprologus leleupi 240px Neolamprologus leleupi Conservation status File:Status iucn3.1 LC.

Neolamprologus
Lemon Grove Incident

The Lemon Grove Incident was an incident that occurred in 1930 and 1931 in Lemon Grove, California, where the local school board attempted to build a separate school for children of Mexican origin. On July 23, 1930, the all-Anglo Lemon Grove school board decided to build a separate school for children of Mexican heritage without giving notice to their parents.

History of San Diego County, California History of racial segregation in the United States United States school desegregation case law School segregation in the United States
What a Lemon

What a Lemon is an album by Danish rock band Gasolin', released 1 August 1976 on Epic Records in the United States, some parts of Europe, Japan and Australia. It is the third of four albums with English lyrics that Gasolin' released between 1974 and 1978 in an attempt to break the international music market.

Albums produced by Roy Thomas Baker 1976 albums Epic Records albums Gasolin' albums
Jif (lemon juice)

Jif is a brand of lemon juice sold in the United Kingdom and Ireland, by Unilever. Noted by some people for its unique plastic lemon containers usually known as "jiffy lemons" or "jif lemons", it is also sold in bottles. A well-known advertising campaign introduced the catch-phrase "Don't forget the pancakes on Jif lemon day. " — due to the popularity of lemon juice with pancakes on Shrove Tuesday.

Reckitt Benckiser brands
Lemon-throated Barbet

The Lemon-throated Barbet (Eubucco richardsoni) is a species of bird in the Capitonidae family. It is found in humid lowland forest in the western Amazon Basin in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Brazil. It is generally uncommon.

Birds of the Amazon Basin Eubucco Birds of Brazil Birds of Colombia Birds of Ecuador Birds of South America Birds of Bolivia Birds of Peru
Lemon slice nebula

The Lemon slice nebula, or IC 3568, is a planetary nebula 1.3 kiloparsecs (4500 ly) away in the constellation Camelopardalis (just 7.5 degrees from Polaris). It has a diameter of 0.4 lightyears. The Lemon slice nebula is one of the most simple nebulae known.

Planetary nebulae IC objects
Lemon Souffle

Lemon Souffle was a European champion Thoroughbred racehorse, bred and trained in the United Kingdom. In the International Classification for 1993 she was the highest-rated two-year-old filly in Europe and was named European Champion Two-Year-Old Filly at the Cartier Racing Awards. In her championship year she won four of her five races including Cherry Hinton Stakes and the Moyglare Stud Stakes. She was also successful at three, winning the Falmouth Stakes.

Cartier Award winners 1991 racehorse births Thoroughbred racehorses
Lemon Parser Generator

Lemon is a parser generator, maintained as part of the SQLite project, that generates an LALR parser in the C programming language from an input context-free grammar. The generator is quite simple, implemented in a single C source file with another file used as a template for output. Lexical analysis is performed externally. Lemon is similar to bison and yacc; however it is not compatible with these programs. The grammar input format is different to help prevent common coding errors.

Parser generators Public domain software
Lemon Stream (Sandy River)

Lemon Stream is a 15.2-mile-long (24.5 km) tributary of the Sandy River, that rises in the New Vineyard mountain range in Franklin County, Maine. Via the Sandy River, it is part of the Kennebec River watershed. The source of Lemon Stream is a spring located at 1,460 feet (450 m) above sea level between Little Mountain and Caswell Mountain.

Rivers of Franklin County, Maine Tributaries of the Kennebec River Rivers of Somerset County, Maine
Theo Lemon

Theo D. Lemon (born July 23, 1957) is the former head football coach at Savannah State University in Savannah, Georgia, Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio, and Kentucky State University.

American football defensive backs People from Massillon, Ohio Living people Kentucky State Thorobreds football coaches East Carolina Pirates football coaches Rutgers Scarlet Knights football coaches Central State Marauders football coaches Northeastern Huskies football coaches Ohio Bobcats football players High school football coaches in the United States Wake Forest Demon Deacons football coaches 1957 births Players of American football from Ohio Savannah State Tigers football coaches Junior college football coaches in the United States
Eucalyptus woodwardii

Eucalyptus woodwardii, Lemon-flowered mallee also Woodward's blackbutt, is a small tree or mallee with smooth, white, pink, greenish or light copper coloured bark that sheds in ribbons. Juvenile leaves are stalked, ovate to broad-lanceolate to elliptical, to 18 x 9 cm. Adult leaves are stalked, broad-lanceolate, 18 x 5 cm, concolorous, dull, grey-green to glaucous. Lemon yellow flowers appear in late winter to late spring. Fruit is bell shaped to 1.5 x 1.4 cm E.

Rosids of Western Australia Myrtales of Australia Eucalyptus
Lemon Springs, North Carolina

Lemon Springs is an unincorporated community in southern Lee County, North Carolina, United States. It lies south of Sanford, and southeast of Tramway. The community is centered around The Fastop Convenience store, the business shares a building with the Fastop Grill. The Greenwood Elementary School is the only one in the Lemon Springs community, before there were closer Middle and High schools, Greenwood was for grades K-12.

Unincorporated communities in North Carolina Populated places in Lee County, North Carolina
Sweet lemon

Lemon Grove Middle School

Lemon Grove Middle School is a middle school located in Lemon Grove, California. The school is managed by the Lemon Grove School District. Lemon Grove Middle's mascot is the lion. This school is currently closed for remodeling purpouses. This school has been indicted for failing to meet No Child Left Behind benchmarks, particularly in reading.

Education in San Diego County, California Public middle schools in California
John Lemon

John Lemon (6 November 1754 – 5 April 1814) was a British Whig Member of Parliament. The second son of William Lemon, by his marriage to Anne, the daughter of John Williams of Carnanton, he was the grandson of William Lemon the Elder (1696–1760), who had acquired a substantial estate at Carclew in 1749, and the younger brother of Sir William Lemon, 1st Baronet. The young John Lemon was educated at Truro Grammar School and later at Harrow.

People educated at Harrow School British MPs 1796–1800 UK MPs 1806–1807 People from Saltash UK MPs 1812–1818 UK MPs 1801–1802 People educated at Truro Cathedral School British MPs 1784–1790 People from Truro 1754 births 1814 deaths Members of the United Kingdom Parliament for constituencies in Cornwall Members of the Parliament of Great Britain for English constituencies UK MPs 1802–1806 UK MPs 1807–1812
Lemon twist

Lemon (short story)

"Lemon" is one of his short story collections by Japanese author Motojirō Kajii (1901–1932). It was written in 1924, and published as his first book by doujinshi in 1925. Motojiro Kajii has rarely been translated into English. Although a relatively unknown writer during his short life, who was published in only a few literary magazines, Motojiro Kajii's poetic short stories are recognized today as masterpieces in Japan. Lemon is a 28 page handmade book: 4.25" x 5.5", staple-bound.

Japanese short stories
Wayne Lemon

Wayne Lemon is an American playwright and screenwriter. He is a native Texan and son of a Southern Baptist minister.

American dramatists and playwrights Living people
Four Door Lemon

Four Door Lemon Ltd is an independent UK games developer and middleware company founded in 2005 by programmers Simon Barratt and Tim Wharton. Since formation they have worked on over 40 titles of varying scales across all major gaming platforms as well as develop their multi-platform middleware package Lemon Engine which has been licensed out to numerous third party developers.

Video game development companies Companies established in 2005 Video game companies of the United Kingdom
Baron von Lemon

Baron Von Lemon was a cartoon character created by the Pillsbury Company in 1967, to promote a powdered drink of the same name. His life story and whimsically humorous adventures were chronicled in the promotional comic book "The Adventures of Baron Von Lemon", written and illustrated by Pete Bastiansen, which sold for 25 cents in grocery stores and is now quite rare. According to the story, he was born "of lemon extraction" and seemed like a normal baby, except he was "shaped like a lemon.

Brand name beverage products Fictional barons and baronesses American soft drinks Fruit and vegetable characters Food advertising characters Lemonade
Lemon reamer

A lemon rimmer (sometimes, a "citrus rimmer" or simply a "rimmer") is a small kitchen utensil used to extract the juice from a lemon or other small citrus fruit. It consists at one end of a convexly tapered conical blade, with deep straight troughs running the length of the blade. The very tip of the blade is often a smooth spike. The other end is a cylindrical handle. The blade may be made of wood, plastic, or metal.

Cooking utensils
Lemon-bellied Crombec

The Lemon-bellied Crombec (Sylvietta denti) is a species of African warbler, formerly placed in the family Sylviidae. It is found in Angola, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ivory Coast, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, and Uganda. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical moist shrubland.

Birds of Africa Sylvietta
Lemon squeezer (rock formation)

The Lemon Squeezer is an unusual rock formation in Harriman State Park, New York. It is located at the intersection of the Appalachian Trail (White) and the Arden-Surebridge Trail (Red Triangle), near the base of Island Pond Mountain in the town of Tuxedo. At first, the trail passes under a giant boulder resting precariously on top of other rocks.

Protected areas on the Appalachian Trail Harriman State Park (New York) Rock formations in New York
Lemon (developer)

Lemon was a video game developer founded in 1994 by Søren Hannibal and Jacob Andersen. Lemon created the voxel based 3D shooter Amok, for Sega Saturn and PC (a PlayStation version was underway but was cancelled in the end). Programmer Martin Pollas joined in 1996 to work on the PC version of Amok. When Lemon’s publisher, Scavenger, went bankrupt the team split up.

Companies disestablished in 1998 Companies established in 1994
The Lemon-AIDS Walk

Lemon Juice

Microeca flavigaster

Lemon pie

Lemon Grove Depot (San Diego Trolley station)

Lemon Grove Depot is a station of the Orange line on the San Diego Trolley. It is located in the suburb of Lemon Grove, California and is meant to serve the densely populated surrounding commercial area and residential community. This station is currently undergoing renovation as part of the Trolley Renewal Project. The station will remain open, although riders may be asked to exit doors on the side opposite the platforms.

Railway stations opened in 1989 San Diego Trolley stations
Mid-mountain Berrypecker

The Mid-mountain Berrypecker or Lemon-breasted Berrypecker (Melanocharis longicauda) is a species of bird in the Melanocharitidae family. It is found in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests.

Melanocharis
Lemon squash

Modey Lemon (album)

Modey Lemon is the eponymous debut of American rock band Modey Lemon. It was recorded and released before Jason Kirker joined the band.

Modey Lemon albums 2002 albums A-F Records albums
Vodka Lemon

Vodka Lemon is a 2003 film directed by the Kurdish director Hiner Saleem.

French-language films Kurdish-language films 2003 films Russian-language films Armenian-language films 2000s drama films Kurdish films
Lemon Grove Kids Meet the Monsters

Lemon Grove Kids Meet the Monsters is a trilogy of short films released in 1965. The films are considered a tribute to the long-running Bowery Boys films from the mid 1940s to late 1950s. Each film in the trilogy features the antics of the bumbling Lemon Grove Kids. They are titled The Lemon Grove Kids, The Lemon Grove Kids Meet the Grasshopper and the Vampire Lady from Outer Space, and The Lemon Grove Kids Go Hollywood!.

American films 1965 films English-language films
Lemon socialism

Lemon socialism is a term for the practice in supposedly free market capitalist economies in which the government steps in to bail out or otherwise subsidize weak or failing firms. A government attempting to transition from capitalism to socialism by this method takes control of the worst industries — the "lemons" — first, which undermines such an approach.

Political corruption Capitalism Subsidies Socialism
The Lemon Bucket Orkestra

The Lemon Bucket Orkestra is a Canadian self-described "Balkan-Klezmer-Gypsy-Punk-Super-Party-Band" formed in 2010 in Toronto.

Canadian world music groups Canadian folk music groups Musical groups from Toronto Musical groups established in 2010
Jif lemon

Lemon chicken

Lemon chicken is the name of several dishes found in cuisines around the world, but rarely in China, all of which feature chicken and lemon. In Canadian Chinese cuisine it usually consists of pieces of chicken meat that are sautéed or deep-fried and coated with a thick, sweet lemon-flavored sauce.

Cantonese cuisine Italian cuisine Hong Kong cuisine Australian cuisine Canadian Chinese cuisine American Chinese cuisine Chicken dishes
Lemon Ice

Lemon Ice was a German musical duo of mainly cover versions of songs. It was made up of singer Geeno and rapper Jay Low. Both originated from Nuremberg. Under his real name Gunther Göbbel, Geeno came second in the 2003/2004 season of Deutschland sucht den Superstar (DSDS). He founded the record label Utopic Music. He joined forces with rapper Jay Low whom he met through the live club scene. Forming Lemon Ice, they worked with the music producer David Brandes.

German musical groups
Imperial lemon

The Imperial lemon is thought to be a lemon × grapefruit hybrid. Its fruit is slightly larger than a lemon and has a more rounded shape.

Citrus Citrus hybrids
Lemon Cove

George William Lemon

The Reverend George William Lemon (1726 – 4 October 1797) was the author of an early etymological dictionary of the English language, published in 1783. Lemon graduated at Queens College, Cambridge in 1748. He was Rector of Geytonthorpe, Vicar of East Walton, Norfolk from 1755, and master of Norwich free grammar school from 1769 to 1778.

1726 births 1797 deaths British lexicographers Alumni of Queens' College, Cambridge
The Lemon Tree (album)

The Lemon Tree is an acoustic studio album by Daryl Braithwaite released in 2008 as part of the Liberation Music "Blue Acoustic" series.

2008 albums Daryl Braithwaite albums
Parodia leninghausii

Parodia leninghausii is a species of South American cactus commonly found as a houseplant. Common names include Lemon Ball, Golden Ball and Yellow Tower cactus. Botanist Karl Moritz Schumann named it after Wilhelm Lenninghaus (1845-1918), a native of North Rhine-Westphalia who, in the 1880s, left his hometown of Ennepetal and emigrated to Porto Alegre, Brazil, where he became Guillermo Lenninghaus, and collected cacti for the German grower Haage. P.

Flora of Brazil Parodia Garden plants
Pichi Lemon

is a Japanese fashion magazine published by Gakken. The magazine targets girls from early- to mid-teens. The magazine is known for its models (called "Pichimo" as an abbreviation for "Pichi Lemon model").

Japanese teens' magazines Japanese fashion magazines Japanese women's magazines Publications established in 1986
Lemon Wond Holt House

The Lemon Wond Holt House at 3704 Anuhea Street in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi, belonged to Lemon Wond Holt, nicknamed “Rusty” (22 September 1904 – 12 March 1999), one of the last surviving local-born members of the “Stonewall Gang” who frequented Waikiki Beach during the early 1900s. Architecturally, the house is significant as one of the first examples of a "modestly detailed, fantasy picturesque style residence" built in Hawaiʻi during the late 1920s and early 1930s.

Surfing in the United States History of Oahu American Craftsman architecture in Hawaii Surfing Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in Hawaii Houses in Honolulu County, Hawaii
Colias thrasibulus

Lemon Clouded Yellow, Colias thrasibulus is a small butterfly of the Family Pieridae, that is, the Yellows and Whites, which is found in India.

Fauna of Pakistan Butterflies of India Colias
Mr. Lemon of Orange

Mr. Lemon of Orange is a comedy film starring El Brendel and Fifi D'Orsay, directed by John G. Blystone, and released by Fox Film Corporation.

20th Century Fox films American films 1930s comedy films Black-and-white films Films directed by John G. Blystone 1931 films English-language films
Lemon Engine

Lemon ice box pie

Lemon ice box pie is a dessert consisting of lemon juice, eggs, and condensed milk in a pie crust, frequently made of graham crackers and butter. Its preparation is very similar to that of key lime pie, with lime juice replaced in the recipe by lemon juice. Another version is made with frozen lemonade, sweetened condensed milk, and whipped topping. This usually makes it a pale yellow due to the lemon and eggs and lightened by the condensed milk.

Lemon dishes Sweet pies American pies
Cymbopogon flexuosus

Cymbopogon flexuosus also called Cochin Grass or Malabar Grass (Malayalam: ഇഞ്ചിപ്പുല്ല്is a perennial grass native to India, Sri Lanka, Burma, and Thailand. It is placed in the genus Cymbopogon . Lemongrass essential oil is produced by steam distillation of the freshly cut leaves, or can be extracted using alcohol. It is believed to help with stress-related disorders, and has been shown to have antifungal and antimicrobial properties.

Cymbopogon
Lemon pepper

Lemon pepper (also called lemon pepper seasoning) is a seasoning made from granulated lemon zest and cracked black peppercorns. The lemon zest is mashed with the pepper to allow the citrus oil to infuse into the pepper. This mix is then baked and dried and can be used on meats and pasta, although it was originally used primarily for fish. Lemon pepper is generally commercially available in small jars, although it may also be homemade.

Herb and spice mixtures
Lemon pleurobranch

The lemon pleurobranch is a species of sea slug, a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Pleurobranchidae.

Pleurobranchidae
Stay with You (Lemon Jelly song)

"Stay With You" is the name of a single by Lemon Jelly. It samples "I Wanna Stay With You" by Gallagher and Lyle.

Lemon Jelly songs XL Recordings singles 2005 singles
Lemon meringue

Life of Lemon

Life of Lemon is a 2011 drama film. It stars Barry Kneller, Rachel Miner, Dan Lauria and Beth Grant. It is directed by Randy Kent and written by Barry Kneller.

2011 films 2010s drama films American films English-language films
BASToF Lemon

BASToF Lemon, (also known as BASToF Syndrome) is a South Korean animation series, which ran for 26 episodes in 2001. Six volumes of videos were released on VHS and DVD in North America by ADV Films, the largest producer-distributor of animation. "BASToF" stands for "Be A Stranger To Fear."

ADV Films South Korean animation
Lemon tea

Lemon Creek, Alaska

Lemon Creek is a populated place in Juneau, Alaska, United States. The name was entered into the Geographic Names Information System on January 1, 2000. It is 5 miles (8 km) northwest of the city of Juneau. It is the site of the Lemon Creek Correctional Center.

Populated places in Juneau City and Borough, Alaska Populated places in Alaska
Lemon Plum

A lemon plum is a rare fruit imported from Chile, it resembles the taste of a plum, and is very sweet and juicy. They have a similar shape to a lemon and when unripe they have a bright yellow color. As they ripen, their color changes from yellow to a golden orange and then finally to a dark sunset reddish purple when ripe. They have a slightly floral, very fragrant smell. Their peak availability in the United States is very short and is typically within the month of February.

Fruit
Vintage V100MRPGM Lemon Drop

The Vintage V100MRPGM Lemon Drop is a Gibson Les Paul-style solidbody electric guitar, designed by Trevor Wilkinson in 2006. The Vintage "Lemon Drop" is influenced by the look and sound of Peter Green's legendary Gibson Les Paul, This guitar was purchased by irish guitarist Gary Moore, directly by Peter Green and used by Moore to play it in the album "Blues for Greeny" dedicated to Peter himself.

Electric guitars
Blind Lemon Jefferson discography

This is a comprehensive discography of Blind Lemon Jefferson, who was an East Texas-born and Chicago-based Texas blues musician. Jefferson recorded 79 singles from 1925 to 1929, and all known recorded material has been released. Jefferson was notable among blues musicians of his time for recording both spiritual and secular music, and he recorded both blues and ragtime songs.

Blues discographies Discographies of American artists
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Lost Lemon Mine

The Lost Lemon Mine is a legendary lost mine said to be located in the Canadian Province of Alberta. The story has been retold in countless books with the authoritative version being The Lost Lemon Mine by Tom Primrose. The story first appeared in the 1946 edition of the Alberta Folklore Quarterly and later in magazines such as Canada West. The Lost lemon Mine has also been featured in television documentary series Northern Mysteries. Countless people have searched for the mine.

Canadian folklore Mines in Alberta Gold mines in Canada Lost mines
Orie Lemon

Orie Lemon (born September 9, 1987) is an American football inside linebacker playing for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League. He was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Cowboys.

Dallas Cowboys players 1987 births Undrafted National Football League players Oklahoma State Cowboys football players Sportspeople from Houston, Texas Living people American football outside linebackers
Paul Lemon

Paul Lemon is a former English footballer who played for Sunderland as a midfielder.

Derry City F.C. players Sunderland A.F.C. players Reading F.C. players Living people English footballers Telford United F.C. players Chesterfield F.C. players League of Ireland players Walsall F.C. players 1966 births
Perry Street F.C. Harry Lemon 1

Mrs. Burns lemon basil

Mrs. Burns lemon basil is an heirloom cultivar of Ocimum basilicum (sweet basil) from New Mexico in the United States. The lemon flavor is more intense, the leaves are larger, and the plant itself is more robust than regular lemon basil.

Herbs
Ben Lemon

Ben Lemon (born May 21, 1955) is an American actor. He worked in film and television between 1989 and 1998. His most notable role may be in Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Violations" as Jev.

Living people People from Tarrytown, New York 1955 births American film actors American television actors
Aynsley Lemon

Aynsley Lemon is a former American child actress.

1996 births Living people American child actors People from Los Angeles, California
Don Lemon 1

Buddleja globosa 'Lemon Ball'

Buddleja globosa 'Lemon Ball' is a cultivar of unrecorded origin.

Buddleja hybrids and cultivars
Buddleja japonica 'Lemon Spires'

Buddleja japonica 'Lemon Spires' is an obscure, little-known British cultivar.

Buddleja hybrids and cultivars
Lemon Bay / Myakka Trail Scenic Highway

The Lemon Bay / Myakka Trail Scenic Highway travels a total distance of 47.9 miles, including two loop roads along its path. The trail contains a wide variety of diverse and exceptional intrinsic resources that represent Florida’s special history, sites, and features. These cultural and historic resources, some of which are one-of-a-kind sites within the state, preserve a Florida from long-ago.

Hiking trails in Florida Roads in Florida
Lemon drop (pepper)

The Lemon Drop is a hot, citrus like-flavored pepper which is a popular seasoning pepper in Peru, where it is known as Kellu Uchu. It is also known in the anglophone world as 'Hot lemon' or 'Lemon Drop'. The bright yellow, crinkled, cone-shaped fruits are about 2½" long and 1/2" wide and mature from green to yellow approximately 100 days after transplanting (Long season), they have fewer seeds than the average pepper, containing 15 seeds on average.

Chili peppers
Lemon-bellied White-eye

The Lemon-bellied White-eye (Zosterops chloris) is a species of bird in the Zosteropidae family. It is endemic to Indonesia, where it occurs on a number of islands from the Sunda Strait to the Aru Islands. It is present on several of the Lesser Sunda Islands as well as on parts of Sulawesi, as well as many smaller islands, but is absent from the larger islands of Borneo, Java, Sumatra and Timor. There are five sub-species of Lemon-bellied White-eye.

Zosterops Birds of Indonesia
Laura Lemon

Laura Gertrude Lemon (b. 15 October 1866, d. 18 August 1924) was a Canadian composer and songwriter who lived and worked in England. She also used the pseudonyms Austin Fleming and Ian Macdonald. Lemon was born in Guelph, Ontario, and grew up in Winnipeg. She studied at the Royal Academy of Music in London, and died in Surrey, England.

19th-century composers 20th-century classical composers Canadian composers Alumni of the Royal Academy of Music People from Guelph Musicians from Ontario 1866 births Women classical composers 1924 deaths
Lemon Sour

Lemon Sour is a soda made by various vendors, often used in many mixed drinks. Schweppes is sold by Coca Cola. Canada Dry is sold by Dr Pepper/Seven Up.

Lemon sodas Drink mixers
Lemon-bellied Flyrobin

The Lemon-bellied Flyrobin (Microeca flavigaster) is a species of bird in the Petroicidae family. It is found in Australia, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical mangrove forests.

Microeca
Aynsley Lemon 1

Margaretta Louisa Lemon

Margaretta Louisa Lemon was an ornithologist and conservationist, most well known as a founding member of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. She conducted the societies' daily business as the secretary of the Publishers and Watchers Committees of the RSPB. Her efforts are credited as being a reason for the success of the society.

British humanitarians 1860 births Royal Society for the Protection of Birds people 1953 deaths
Smith & Wesson Lemon Squeezer

The Smith & Wesson Lemon Squeezer or the "Safety Hammerless" is a double action revolver that was produced in the late 1880s by Smith & Wesson. The revolver was chambered in .32 S&W and .38 S&W calibers; these calibers were discontinued just before World War 2. The gun went through a few changes until 1952, when the safety hammerless concept was applied to Smith & Wesson's J-frame. The finished product became the Model 40 and 42 chambered in .38 Special.

Smith & Wesson revolvers Revolvers
Shaker Lemon Pie

Shaker Lemon Pie, also known as Ohio Lemon Pie, is a fruit pie typical of the Midwestern United States.

Cuisine of the Midwestern United States Sweet pies
The Dreadful Lemon Sky

The Dreadful Lemon Sky (1975) is the sixteenth novel in the Travis McGee series by John D. MacDonald. It is the 87th novel in The Top 100 Crime Novels of All Time as compiled by the Mystery Writers of America (it is not included in the U.K. version of the list).

1974 novels Travis McGee (novel series)
Shades of yellow Lemon Chiffon 1

Lemon & Paeroa

Lemon & Paeroa, also known as L&P, is a sweet soft drink manufactured in New Zealand. Traditionally made by combining lemon juice with carbonated mineral water from the town of Paeroa, it is now manufactured by multi-national Coca-Cola. Lemon & Paeroa can be found only in New Zealand and in specialty New Zealand stores abroad.

New Zealand beverages Lemon sodas Coca-Cola brands New Zealand cuisine
Lemon Baronets

The Lemon Baronetcy, of Carclew in the County of Cornwall, is a title in the Baronetage of Great Britain. It was created on 24 May 1774 for William Lemon, Member of Parliament for Penrhyn and Cornwall. The second Baronet also represented these constituences as well as Cornwall West in the House of Commons. The title became extinct on his death in 1868. The family seat was Carclew House, near Mylor, Cornwall.

Extinct baronetcies Baronetcies
Life Is a Lemon and I Want My Money Back

"Life Is a Lemon and I Want My Money Back" is a radio single by Meat Loaf released in 1994. It is from the album Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell.

Songs written by Jim Steinman Songs produced by Jim Steinman 1994 singles Meat Loaf songs

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