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He’s now the ripe old age of 24 and he’s got a lot of experience.

Some critics also warn that investment crowdfunding is ripe for fraud.

His life was destined for just hard work and ripe racism - ripe racism.

Best pieces: The Cherry Ripe" and a truffle dish called "The Death Star."

Oslob is ripe with other natural beauties in addition to the whale sharks.

She harvests them when they are perfectly ripe so the flavor is twice as nice.

Cargill opened its Thailand poultry business in 1990, targeting a region ripe for growth.

At Quinn Farm on Ile-Perrot, the variety of corn used for popcorn is ripe for the picking.

Just how long ago human beings used Fort Rock cave remains a matter ripe for investigation.

But when Jurassic Park arrived eight years later, Carnosaur was still ripe for the picking.

My previous Shiloh Shepherd, Rigel, lived to the ripe age of 18, and never seriously ill.

When the summer peaches are ripe in the store, don't miss the chance for grilled peaches and ice cream.

With voter discontent at a record high, the government seems ripe for change.

Without proper sex education, the region is ripe for an AIDS epidemic.

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