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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Orange refers to an Earth citrus plant and the fruit that grows on the plant.

References

During the time these events occurred, oranges and most other fruit were rare treats, due to their perishable nature and the lack of practical refrigeration and pesticides. They were often purchased as gifts for ladies and children, especially at Christmas.
  • In an alternate timeline created by Mortimus, oranges grew in and around central London, but were inedible and glowed. They were used by the human survivors as night lights. (NA: Blood Heat)

See also

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Memory-beta

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An Orange was a common Earth fruit. In 2268, Spock believed that an orange was a more usefull gift than a rose, so he gave Katalya Tremain a dwarf orange tree. (TOS novel: Vulcan!)


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Dofus Wiki

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Orange
Level: 1
Category: Fruit
Weight: ? pods
Sells to NPC: ? kamas
Orange
Official description
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Orange is a Fruit.

Obtaining

Dropped by

Uses

Used in the craft of

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Halo

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Orange Juice is a human beverage, which is centuries old but still very common and popular among humans. It is made from oranges, a citrus fruit native to Earth; and carbonated or mineral water. Orange Juice is known to be helpful to the immune system, as it contains ample vitamin C. It is a standard choice on Food & Drink Dispensers which are standard throughout the UNSC Navy[1].

Trivia

  • In Red vs. Blue, one of the characters, Caboose, donates his blood to an alien in the promise of orange juice and some cookies. He is very fond of orange juice, even saying his fellow soldier, Church, could have his orange juice if he dies.

References

  1. Halo: Combat Evolved, level The Pillar of Autumn (Level)

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Recipes

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Orange

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Name Variations

  • sweet orange

About Orange

Orange is the name for a tree of the family Rutaceae, native to China and Indochina, and for its fruit, which is the most important fresh fruit of international commerce. Its physical characteristics, especially the rich citric acid and vitamin content of the fruit and history of cultivation are similar to those of the other types of citrus fruits, all of which are species of Citrus. Oranges are oval to sphere-shaped fruits with leathery, porous skin. Their color ranges from orange to red-orange. Oranges are green before they ripen. Most oranges, like other citrus fruits, are consumed fresh or made into juice. The fruit and rind are also much used in marmalade, preserves, flavoring, and confections. Some varieties yield essential oils used in perfume. The flower is a preferred for bridal decoration and is the state flower of Florida. The rind of the orange has a tangy fragrance, which is made into refreshing and mildly relaxing oil. It is used in the treatment of colds, constipation, dull skin, flatulence, flu, gum illness, mouth sores, slow digestion, and stress. It is also used in certain recipes as flavoring or as decorate.

Production of Oranges

Buying Oranges

Orange Variations

Varieties include the sweet orange, the sour orange, and the mandarin orange, or tangerine. The United States produces the sweet variety. Spain produces the sour variety, Seville, which is used in marmalades and liqueurs. Most all oranges have a yellow orange color with sizes ranging from small to large. The inside of an orange is plump and juicy. Sweet favorites include the Blood, Hamlin, Jaffa, Navel, Pineapple and Valencia. The color depends on the climate. Florida's warm days and nights produce oranges with some green in the skin coloring. California and Arizona oranges tend to have deeper orange color due to cooler desert nights.

The principal varieties of the sweet orange cultivated by orange growers of the eastern United States are the Hamlin and Parson Brown, both early-maturing, seedy varieties with thin, russet skin and juicy pulp. Both eastern and western growers cultivate the Valencia, a late variety that is commercially seedless. Fresh oranges from California and Arizona are available throughout the year, with two major varieties, Navels and Valencias. The Moro orange (a type of blood orange) and the red Cara Navel are two western-grown seasonal varieties. The Navel orange is a seedless orange, with medium-thick rind, in which a second small, orange grows. A variety of the Washington Navel orange is the principal orange product of Texas.

Preparing Oranges

Cooking Oranges

Storing Oranges

Oranges can be stored at room temperature, in the refrigerator without plastic bags or in the crisper drawer for up to 2 weeks. They do not ripen further after harvest. Fresh-squeezed juice and grated peel or zest may be refrigerated or frozen, but whole citrus fruit should not be frozen.

Oranges may exhibit some re-greening of the skin; this does not adversely affect internal fruit quality. Neither does surface scarring, which occurs when wind brushed young fruit against the tree.

Orange Related Recipes


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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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This article is about a fruit. For other uses, see Orange (disambiguation).

An Orange is a members-only item that can be bought from Heckel Funch or Hudo's groceries in the Grand Tree. It can also be picked from an Orange tree grown using the Farming skill at level 39. Players get 13 experience points every time they pick a orange from the tree. When the tree is full with oranges the player can pick 6 oranges for a total of 78 experience. More oranges grow on the tree with time.

Oranges can be diced into pieces or sliced. Both variations heal 2 hitpoints each when eaten.

Oranges are used in gnome cooking recipes, the goblin part of Recipe for Disaster, and a basket of 5 can be used as a farmer payment for a maple tree.

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

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Orange can refer to the following:

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

File:Orange.gif
This item is in the Plants, Animal Products, Food and Drink class
Orange
Attributes: Edible, Stackable
Weight: 1.10 oz.
Loot value: 4 or less gp.
Sounds: Yum.
Dropped by: Hunter, Sibang, Grynch Clan Goblin.
Buy from: Bonifacius (Edron) 5 gp

Alissa (Meluna) 6 gp
Omur (Darashia) 7 gp
Raffael (Island of Destiny) 7 gp (Premium vocations)
Jezzara (Ankrahmun) 9 gp
Livielle (Venore) 10 gp
Ariella (Meriana) 10 gp

Serafin (Yalahar) 10 gp
Sell to: Players.
Notes: Can be obtained as a present from Santa.

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Regeneration: One Orange will regenerate hp/mana for 156 seconds (makes you 13% full).

Total Hp/Mana gain HP Mana
Sorcerer / Druid 13 104
Knight 26 52
Paladin 20 78
Promoted Characters HP Mana
Master Sorcerer / Elder Druid 13 156
Elite Knight 39 52
Royal Paladin 26 104
All Vocations HP Mana
Sleeping 52 52

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