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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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One of the remarkable features of the process that has seen the first red-letter day lead to the second, is the lack of an internal spat within the Labour party over its contents.
This is a red-letter day for these vulnerable patients who can now take advantage of the focused attention of a Registered Nurse Coordinator, a designated care coordinator and a team of professionals to advocate for and synchronize their total health care needs," says Rodney Hornbake, M.
Victory aboard 9-4 favourite Keon in the second division of that race rounded off a red-letter day for Doyle.
A CONVINCING team victory and the top three individual placings made it a red-letter day for Scotland in the inaugural match of the Celtic Cup, fished at Magiscroft.
Mary James, an official of the Exhall group, said: "This will certainly be a red-letter day for Exhall and we look forward to a happy occasion with Trish.
This is a red-letter day for the Strasburg family,'' said Strasburg, who came to Palmdale in 1948 at age 4 and started collecting Antelope Valley artifacts in the late 1970s.
Woodhouse said, "These announcements signal a major strategic milestone for the Company, truly a red-letter day in our history.
Emotional Article, for giving Kicking King's trainer Tom Taaffe a red-letter day with a double under a confident ride from Shane McGovern, who rides the King George winner in much of his work at home
Meanwhile, a Corinthians Club outing on Loch Etive turned into a true red-letter day for Glasgow angler Stevie Shah when he boated a 17lb 20z hake.