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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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A decade ago this shame of the Red Army was highlighted by British historian Antony Beevor in his book Berlin: The Downfall 1945.
Members of the red army and their chairman, Daniel Deng, (pictured in wheel chair) during the cleaning exercise in Jonglei state capital Bor on 10 August 2014 (ST)
There is a compelling need for a systematic study of the topic outlined in the title, especially as so much more has been learned about Stalin and the Red Army since the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Rally cry Mark Reynolds has called on the Red Army to pack out Pittodrie for the visit of Thistle on Monday
Many people in Bulgaria have demanded that the Red Army monument be demolished now that former Communist Bulgaria is a member of both NATO and the European Union.
According to the report, the magazine also quoted the German report on Dzhugashvili's interrogation in which he was said to have been highly critical of the Red Army, describing its leaders as unwise and its actions 'stupid and idiotic'.
While the Red Army was dealing with weak leadership, poorly trained and motivated soldiers, horrible planning and logistics, and mass political interference, Reese shows us how this leads to their overall military effectiveness in still finding victory.
The Devils are bringing the Red Army with them - a horde of noisy Welsh hockey fans who are known around the league for their vocal support.
As a result, with the invasion of the Soviet Union an astounding number of woman expressed their desire to serve in the Red Army, seeing combat as their duty and right.
23 was originally on display in one of the city's squares to commemorate the liberation of Czechoslovakia by the Red Army after the Second World War.
If you ask Stalin and the Red Army to help you defeat the Nazis, you will still have to face the Red Army one day - not as your ally - but as your enemy.
Formed in 1970, the group amalgamated the armed wings of the Red Army Faction (RAF) and the Revolutionary Left Faction (RLF), two shards of the Japanese left.