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ripe

adj. in Constitutional law, referring to a law case appealed from a state or federal court which is ready for consideration by the Supreme Court, meaning that all other avenues for determining the case have been exhausted, there is a real controversy, and the law needs to be settled on one or more issues raised by the case.

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Examination of both wet and Giemsa-stained biopsies showed that eggs were larger and more abundant in ripe females [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURES 1A, B OMITTED].
On one hand, it may yield the percentage of ripe cherries required when coupled with limited manual harvesting, and on the other hand, it may be used in all conditions on all types of slopes as well as flat areas; any spacing between trees, even those typical of the high densities currently used in some countries; of any height coffee tree.
Ripe bilimbi fruits have higher vitamin C content than half-ripe ones.
While speaking to CNBC, the official said, 'This market is ripe for disruption.
During the three-day event, experts from RIPE NCC held three courses for local, regional, and international participants in Kuwait.
A terrific trio of native grapes - tinta roriz (tempranillo), touriga nacional and touriga franca - bring layers of perfumed, black fruit aromas with a ripe swathe of plummy fruit and a soft, sweet, spicy finish.
Ripe was launched in a bid to bring organic fruit and vegetables to communities across the UAE Image Credit: Supplied
The RIPE NCC has developed various initiatives to support its members with technical expertise related to the Internet infrastructure including IPv6 deployment.
Here, we're working with ripe tomatoes, not green ones, and sauteing them, not frying them.
The RIPE Network Coordination Centre (NCC) and the Kuwait Communication Information Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (CITRA) recently held a training programme for telecommunications and internet service providers (ISPs) to educate them on how to work with Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) and deploy it on their networks.
Summary: The RIPE Network Coordination Centre (NCC) and the Kuwait Communication Information Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (CITRA) recently held a training programme for telecommunications and Internet service providers (ISPs) to educate them on how to work with Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) and deploy it on their networks.