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        Q: What is an Ullage Report?
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Q: Does a cashew have a shell?
A: Yes , but not a hard shell like a peanut or pistachio . Cashew nuts are an accessory fruit of the cashew tree ( characterised as a drupe ) . They grow on the underside of a very tendering fruit called a cashew apple . Although the cashew nuts have n't got the a hard shell , these people are covered under a thin double 'shell ' which containing a skin irritant called anacardic acid and urushiol . Urushiol shall be identical chemical the discovered to in poisoning oak , ivy , sumac , and Japanese black laqer tree . 

Q: Do cashew nuts grow in shells?
A: Cashew trees prosper in extreme heating in the tropics and is readily found close to the equator . The tree was no more than three0 feet tall ( like an apple or cherry tree ) and often these people are error for bushes because the limbs spread readily , strike the ground , and reroot themselves . The trunk is gnarled and tortuous , giving the tree an unkempt appearance .