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The watermelon is a large annual plant with long, weak, trailing or climbing stems which are five-angled (five-sided) and up to 3 m (10 ft) long. Young growth is densely woolly with yellowish-brown hairs which disappear as the plant ages. The leaves are large, coarse, hairy pinnately-lobed and alternate; they get stiff and rough when old. The plant has branching tendrils. The white to yellow flowers grow singly in the leaf axils and the corolla is white or yellow inside and greenish-yellow on the outside. The flowers are unisexual, with male and female flowers occurring on the same plant (monoecious). The male flowers predominate at the beginning of the season; the female flowers, which develop later, have inferior ovaries. The styles are united into a single column. The large fruit is a kind of modified berry called a pepo with a thick rind (exocarp) and fleshy center (mesocarp and endocarp).[1] Wild plants have fruits up to 20 cm (8 in) in diameter, while cultivated varieties may exceed 60 cm (24 in). The rind of the fruit is mid- to dark green and usually mottled or striped, and the flesh, containing numerous pips spread throughout the inside, can be red or pink (most commonly), orange, yellow, green or white.[2][3] History The watermelon is a flowering plant thought to have originated in southern Africa, where it is found growing wild. It reaches maximum genetic diversity there, with sweet, bland and bitter forms. In the 19th century, Alphonse de Candolle[4] considered the watermelon to be indigenous to tropical Africa.[5] Citrullus colocynthis is often considered to be a wild ancestor of the watermelon and is now found native in north and west Africa. However, it has been suggested on the basis of chloroplast DNA investigations that the cultivated and wild watermelon diverged independently from a common ancestor, possibly C. ecirrhosus from Namibia.[6] Evidence of its cultivation in the Nile Valley has been found from the second millennium Royal Mentor Lee.
17 Sep 2017
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Les mauvais plans d'Alphonse : Alphonse essaye d'acheter une place de foot devant l'entrée d'un stade juste avant le match... Tous les mauvais plans d'Alphonse arrivent sur *******www.mauvais-plan-alphonse****
22 Oct 2008
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Cette fois-ci, Alphonse fait du porte à porte pour essayer de revendre deux places de concert qu'il ne peut ... plus utiliser... Mais, ça se passe toujours aussi mal pour lui ! Tous les épisodes de la saga sont sur *******www.mauvais-plan-alphonse****.
29 Oct 2008
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Pour Alphonse, c'est le mauvais plan de trop... c'est la fin meme. Heureusement, zePASS**** est la pour prendre la releve ! RDV desormais sur *******www.zepass****.
11 Nov 2008
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Alphonse Elric has been confused into thinking he's not human, just because his current body is a suit of armor.
19 Mar 2010
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17 Mar 2009
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6 Mar 2010
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3 Nov 2008
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2 Oct 2009
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fatal bazooka alphonse brown au Show Case NRJ Mobile le 11 mars 2008. Plus d'infos sur : ******* *******
5 Sep 2008
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Premam (English: Love) is a 2015 Indian Malayalam coming-of-age musical-romantic comedy drama film written, edited, and directed by Alphonse Puthren. It is a three-part portrait of the lead finding his true love. Produced by Anwar Rasheed for Anwar Rasheed Entertainment, the film stars Nivin Pauly, Madonna Sebastian, Sai Pallavi, and Anupama Parameswaran in the lead roles along with a supporting cast of Shabareesh Varma, Krishna Shankar, Vinay Forrt and Soubin Sahir. The film features 17 debutant actors. Rajesh Murugesan composed the music. Premam was released on 29 May 2015 in India, followed by release in the UAE on 11 June and in the US on 12 June 2015. The film received positive critical response, with praise for direction, acting, humour, cinematography, editing, and songs. Produced at a budget of ₹4 crore (US$590,000), it grossed an estimated sum of ₹60 crore (US$8.9 million) worldwide,making it the highest grossing Malayalam film of 2015 and the second highest grossing Malayalam film of all time.It became the first Malayalam film to run for over 200 days in Tamil Nadu.The film had a theatrical run of 151 days in Kerala and 259 days in Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
16 Aug 2016
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Paroles : Brindille Musique : Georges Nawrocki Label de Nuit
18 May 2017
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