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    Stan Francisco

    You've spelt 'persimmon' wrong.

    kevni

    Good spot, Stan! I was told, in fact, that 'persimon' was the fruit and 'persimmon' the genus or family name. (Sharon Fruit's in the family). But Dictionary.com says both are spelled with two m's:
    per•sim•mon
    –noun
    1. any of several trees of the genus Diospyros, esp. D. virginiana, of North America, bearing astringent, plumlike fruit that is sweet and edible when ripe, and D. kaki, of Japan and China, bearing soft, red or orange fruit.
    2. the fruit itself.
    Someone should tell the fruit's PR agency about the confusion!

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