How to put calabash in a sentence
Calabash Music was created in 2001.
The address of the Hickmans Crossroads Library is: 1040 Calabash Rd, Calabash, 28467 M
In the Caribbean a calabash is most often used as a container for food.
The characters in calabash kids are:shindo kitete chieftain
The African Luhya term for the English word 'calabash' is "Eshisanda".
Calabash is named for the gourds grown in the area, which were used for drinking well water.
its basically breaded fried chicken fingers.. Calabash-style seafood (or chicken) is prominent across the coast of North Carolina. It's named after a town called Calabash in North Carolina's southeastern corner. As opposed to a heavier beer batter, Calabash-style seafood is lightly breaded with flour and quickly fried.
Calabash has no antonyms.
In Hawaii, calabash or Hananai family is people or someone who isn't related to you, but you claim them as your aunty, uncle, sister, brother, cousin etc.
There is no town in South Carolina named Calabash, however the North Carolina town of Calabash is located on the South Carolina border. A quarter acre of land in Calabash, NC will cost around $597 but may cost more or less depending on if the seller is willing to parcel the land out in quarter acres.
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Drink coke not pepsi
Alive from Off Center - 1984 Women of the Calabash was released on: USA: 19 September 1987
The cast of The Passage of Mrs. Calabash - 2004 includes: Kat Coiro as Sophie Charles Robinson as The Professor
There are several theories about this. First, "Mrs. Calabash" was part of a catch-phrase by comedian and radio star Jimmy Durante; he had a popular program during the 1930s and 1940s, and at the end of his show, he would say "Good night Mrs. Calabash, wherever you are." According to some explanations, it referred to Lucille Coleman, the owner of a restaurant in Calabash, North Carolina, where Durante and his troupe had stopped to eat. He loved the food and enjoyed chatting with the owner. Later, he wanted to give her a shout-out on the air, but since he did not know her name, he referred to her as "Mrs. Calabash." However, another more likely explanation is that it was a personal salute to his departed first wife, Jeanne (Olsen) Durante, who died in 1943. "Calabash" was thought to be a mangled version of "Calabasas," the California city where they made their home during the last years of her life. Years later, Durante acknowledged that "Good night Mrs. Calabash" was in fact a tribute to his late first wife, but he said it came from a trip they took, during which they stopped in a small town called Calabash, which his wife found especially charming. He began to refer to her as "Mrs. Calabash" after that.
I've never touched a calabash tree.