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HARVEST Autumn 2008
Autumn fruit  <ul><li>Autumn (also known as fall in North American English) is one of the four temperate seasons. Autumn m...
<ul><li>Around this time, deciduous trees shed their leaves. The leaves of the trees change their color to a reddish hue p...
<ul><li>The word 'autumn' is derived from the French word &quot;automne&quot;, and became popular in usage for the season ...
Tangerine
Almond
Lemon
Orange
Chesnut
Acorn
Grapes
Hazelnuts
Figs
Apples
Pears
Walnuts
Pomegranate
Quince
Pineapples
Dates
Caqui
Kiwi
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  1. 1. HARVEST Autumn 2008
  2. 2. Autumn fruit <ul><li>Autumn (also known as fall in North American English) is one of the four temperate seasons. Autumn marks the transition from summer into winter. In the northern hemisphere, the start of autumn is generally considered to be around September and in the southern hemisphere, its beginning is considered to be around March. There exists however a number of different definitions of autumn some of which are based on the months of the year while others are based on the equinox and solstice. </li></ul>
  3. 3. <ul><li>Around this time, deciduous trees shed their leaves. The leaves of the trees change their color to a reddish hue prior to falling. Such colored leaves have come to be colloquially called &quot;fallfoliage&quot;. In the temperate zones, autumn is the season during which most crops are harvested, and deciduous trees lose their leaves. It is also the season during which days get shorter and cooler, the nights get longer, and precipitation gradually increases (in some parts of the world). </li></ul>
  4. 4. <ul><li>The word 'autumn' is derived from the French word &quot;automne&quot;, and became popular in usage for the season since the 16th century. The North American name for the season, 'fall', probably derived as a contraction of the phrase &quot;fall of the leaves&quot;, and since became used interchangeably. </li></ul>
  5. 5. Tangerine
  6. 6. Almond
  7. 7. Lemon
  8. 8. Orange
  9. 9. Chesnut
  10. 10. Acorn
  11. 11. Grapes
  12. 12. Hazelnuts
  13. 13. Figs
  14. 14. Apples
  15. 15. Pears
  16. 16. Walnuts
  17. 17. Pomegranate
  18. 18. Quince
  19. 19. Pineapples
  20. 20. Dates
  21. 21. Caqui
  22. 22. Kiwi
  23. 23. The end
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