- a variety of plum that dries without spoiling.
- such a plum when dried.
- any plum.
trim; cut short
- “State-of-the-art search engines use ranking pipelines in which an efficient first-stage uses a query to fetch an initial set of documents from the document collection, and one or more re-ranking algorithms improve and prune the ranking.”
- If you’ve picked the right pages to prune and promote, you should see a nice lift in keyword rankings where it matters.
- It’s unclear whether those whom the state fails to prune are entitled to vote after all — or may face prosecution if they do.
- I’ve been seeking out videos on how to get raspberries to fruit and how to properly prune roses, which is far more entertaining than Netflix.
- I think for some of us, maybe it will teach us to prune some of the unnecessary trips in our lives.
- This was the case with Prune Nourry, a young French sculptress who went to India to create a piece of art interpreting women.
- We made the prune based Chocolate Fudge Torte at the bakery and it left everyone slack-jawed.
- Whereupon Hard concluded by biting into a large piece of prune pie.
- I used to prune a bit, too, in spare moments, so that by the end of the summer considerable renovation had been accomplished.
- He tells me the right way to plant potatoes and prune apple-trees, and our communion is blest with eupeptic content.
- To cut or prune gooseberry and currant-trees is very simple.
- The prune trees took up the glad news and whispered it to the apricot trees, "It is a boy."