One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘I can't drink, but I know God blesses other people through the fruit of the vine…’
- ‘His only son was also no stranger to the fruit of the vine, and didn't he make wine the symbol of his blood, ensuring hundreds of millions of Catholics would know its taste long before they turned the legal drinking age?’
- ‘It takes a certain amount of difficulty to bring out the best in the fruit of the vine.’
- ‘Here, you can spend long, lazy days sampling the fruit of the vine, lolling over long lunches outside, playing golf, cycling or touring the historic sites and museums.’
- ‘We know that by Islamic law they are barred from the fruit of the vine and juice of the barley, all properly aged.’
- ‘Today is turning out to be beautifully warm, and since I'm going to a party on a boat tonight, my thoughts naturally turn towards the fruit of the vine (specifically, white wine).’
- ‘The French wines promotion was held March 13 in the Foodland car-park on Pattaya Central Road with hundreds of wine enthusiasts both Thai and foreign arriving to taste the fruit of the vine.’
- ‘When he returns to establish the kingdom of God, those who have faithfully followed his commandments will be invited to drink of the fruit of the vine with him.’
- ‘We can bottle the fruit of the vine and distribute it among those whom we like to see at our table.’
- ‘So, with a great amount of respect, I'll let those like Connie and Rex do what they do best, while I promise to stick to doing what I do best - appreciating the fruit of the vine.’
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