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1. The cherry tree was covered in blossom.
2. Each cake had a cherry on top.
3. The oriental cherry is in full blossom.
4. I'm going to chop down this cherry tree; it has almost stopped producing fruit.
5. The cherry blossom came out early in Washington this year.
6. The cherry tress blossomed early this year.
7. The cherry tree is beginning to blossom.
8. They all went to enjoy the cherry blossoms.
9. The cherry trees are coming into blossom.
10. The cabinet is made of cherry wood.
11. My flatmate Cherry drinks like a fish .
12. They all wanted a bite of the cherry.
13. The cherry trees blossomed early this year.
14. One's not often got two bites at a cherry in the world of business.
15. It's lovely in the spring when the cherry blossom is out.
16. Mrs. Cherry seems altogether weighed down by her work plus parenthood.
17. You only get one bite at the cherry in life.
18. Decorate with cherry tomatoes and thyme.
19. Garnish with gherkins and cherry tomatoes.
20. A lemon, a bell and a cherry.
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21. There's a cherry on his head.
22. Decorate with a cherry on a stick.
23. The cherry on the cake, though, is the price.
24. Mark and Rick were the odd ones out in claiming to like this cherry beer.
25. We've lost that contract with the German firm and we probably won't get another bite at the cherry.
26. A prothonotary warbler adds a splash of gold to a tableau of cherry blossoms along the Tidal Basin in Washington, D.C.
27. The boy made a switch from the branch of a cherry tree.
28. They were eager for a second bite of the cherry.
29. Light filtered into my kitchen through the soft, green shade of the cherry tree.
30. He missed a medal in the 100m, but will get a second bite of the cherry in the 400m.
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