One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The present invention relates to the squeezing of lemons, oranges and other citrous fruits for the purpose of obtaining juice to be consumed as beverages.’
- ‘Pomelo, a citrous fruit, is generally favourite to consumers for its taste and high nutritional value.’
- ‘But if the restrictions were removed, loud would be the angry cries of the U.S. growers of citrous fruits, of U.S. labor, U.S. bootleggers.’
- ‘When an individual has a tendency to become overweight, there is a constitutional sluggishness which can be checked by taking citrous fruit for breakfast and later in the day as ‘medicine.’’
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