Limonana (Arabic: ليمون نعناع; Hebrew: לימונענע) is a type of lemonade made from freshly-squeezed lemon juice and mint leaves that is popular in Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, and Syria.
== Etymology ==
Limonana is a portmanteau of the Arabic and Hebrew words limon (Arabic: ليمون, Hebrew: לימון, meaning lemon) and nana (Arabic: نعناع, Hebrew: נענע, meaning mint), referring to its two main ingredients, freshly-squeezed lemon juice and mint leaves.
== History ==
Limonana may have originated in Syria or Turkey. In Israel, the name came from an advertising campaign conducted in the...
@durron597 with fire. A modified version is likely on the WP somewhere; something to the tune of "How do I convince my colleagues of industry preferred better techniques" or some such. Wouldn't work on WP as it is I doubt so.. It's a witch! A witch! Burn it! Burn it!
@durron597 still too open ended and totally changes the spirit of the question
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@gnat That's my understanding, too. I'll follow-up with SE on Tuesday. It's a long holiday weekend here in the US. Still keep accumulating tags that are ready for blacklisting (either all questions gone or all questions closed) in the one post and I'll see what their approach for handling it is.
@durron597 well I for one am going to continue cleaning it up. Blacklisting only makes it a bit easier, eg one can edit a question to tag it out but there will be no way to tag it back in. And yes, I plan to review it further to look for questions to vote delete, that's for sure
@ThomasOwens I see, that looks like a good plan. Current list will likely be incomplete, but that doesn't worry me. If this round goes smooth, we can run yet another blacklist request in a month or two