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red

Of or relating to a firm or the operations of a firm that are deemed unprofitable. The term derives from the color of ink used to show losses on financial statements. Compare black.
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robustus by coloration of the whole body (light blue with broad orange-red scale margins vs.
Regardless of their color, all lobster shells turn orange-red when cooked except for the rare albinos.
Leaves open orange-red, turn red-green for summer, and become orange in autumn.
Spikes of crocosmia will add architectural interest to the late summer border, their upright, spiky leaves with elegant sprays of orange-red flowers brightening the scene.
These plants are known as amaryllis and produce gigantic trumpets of orange-red, pink and white.
Popular varieties include P coccinea Lalandei, with its profusion of orange-red berries, or the yellow-berry variety, P atalantioides Aurea.
Black and white, with pink legs, orange-red bills and piping calls, they are a colourful sight on every shore.
A flat, orange-red translucent swatch, evocative of the color of the Nazi flag, has been painted on the picture's surface, while bloodlike drops of this material are splattered elsewhere over the photograph.
In the latest development, chemists have shown that microscopic particles of silicon suspended in a liquid also luminesce, giving off an orange-red light.
Mealybug destroyers (aka crypts): These bugs look like black ladybugs with orange-red heads and are about 1/8 inch in size.
Bandera': White and green leaves; orange-red flower.
coccinea 'Lalandei', which produces a profusion of orange-red berries, or for a yellow-berry variety, go for P.