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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 Ford Transit travelling south along Reddish Road towards Stockport collided with him.
Tim Reddish goes on to explain part of the motivation behind the book: the backdrop of the numerical decline of established churches.
It will be an odd one because we are so close to winning the title," Reddish said.
Reddish clays interbedded with sandstone and occasional limestone and gypsum patches were considered to mark the rock unit as Kuldana Formation.
The reddish color tells us the type of Kuiper Belt object 2014 MU69 is," Amanda Zangari, a New Horizons post-doctoral researcher from Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, Colorado, said in a (https://www.
HARLEQUINS have signed second-row forward Mark Reddish from New Zealand Super Rugby side Highlanders.
They found that while fresh cranberry juice contained good levels of anthocyanins, vitamin C, phenolic compounds, and had a reddish color, after undergoing a heat treatment, the level of anthocyanins in the heat-treated samples decreased somewhat from the levels found in fresh juice.
The resulting red concoction matched the spectral properties of Jupiter's reddish markings.
AS chief executive of the national youth volunteering organisation ProjectScotland, Paul Reddish plays a vital role in helping young people.
The account, which was not under government purview, was usually funded with sales from vending machines in employee-only parts of government property, according to a summer memo from Athens-Clarke County Manager Alan Reddish.
Phoebe, one of Saturn's outer moons and an object thought to originate in the far-off Kuiper Belt, seems to be shedding reddish dust that eventually rouges the surface of nearby moons, such as Hyperion and Iapetus.
TAKING on the role of tourist, US president Barack Obama walked through the winding, narrow pathways of Jordan's fabled ancient city of Petra, gazed up at soaring cliffs of reddish rock and described the landscape with a single word: "Amazing.