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Hi everyone. Glad to back at the forum!
After some months of unemployment, I have finally found a job! I work as Export Manager at a fruit company near my home town.
The thing is I have met, more than once (i.e. theoretically not an accident or mmistake) the expression "sharon fruit", and I cannot understand what it refers to. I know "stone fruit", "dry fruit", "tropical/exotic fruit", etc. But can anyone please tell me about "sharon fruit", or is it just a mistake which has become generalised?
Thank you very much. Hope to continue contributing more or less regularly again!
I see you changed you avatar! Really nice
Thank you very much. I know now. But just out of curiosity: do you know why it is called sharon fruit besides persimmon? This is not vital, but since we are at it...
Thank you again
Interesting- I have only heard the term persimmon used, not sharon fruit.
PS Congratulations on getting your job.
Last edited by Tdol; 04-Jun-2012 at 12:49.
Thank you Tdol (happiness is double, since my wifw ALSO found a job last month... after being unemployed for 14 months ). So thanks again.