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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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It glows out a little in their early youth, before the leaves open, in the redness and rosy-yellowness of their blossoms, but in summer it is carefully hidden under a demure, silver-lined greenness.
The eyes that met mine were sad, but not reproachful; that she had been crying bitterly, I could tell by the redness of her eyelids, but her manner was unchanged from its old gruffness.
As for himself (and you are to bear in mind that he was cumbered with a great-coat) he had first turned crimson, but as time went on the redness began to be mingled with patches of white; his breath cried and whistled as it came; and his voice, when he whispered his observations in my ear during our halts, sounded like nothing human.
Then, glancing from the redness in the sky to the mark upon his wrist as if he would compare the two, he seemed about to question her with earnestness, when a new object caught his wandering attention, and made him quite forgetful of his purpose.
A more than ordinary redness in the region of the young gentleman's nose, and a kind of fixed wink in his right eye, denoted that he was in a slight degree intoxicated; these symptoms were confirmed by the intense relish with which he took his oysters, for which nothing but a strong appreciation of their cooling properties, in cases of internal fever, could have sufficiently accounted.
No, sir,' replied Bob, With no remains of the clown about him, save and except the extreme redness of his cheeks.
a private company focused on skin health, announced the publication of case studies focusing on the positive effects of topical copper chlorophyllin complex in subjects with facial redness and erythematotelangiectatic rosacea.
REDNESS THE beauty industry and lay population often refer to a flushed complexion as rosacea, but for REDNESS THE beauty industry and lay population often refer to a flushed complexion as rosacea, but for many people, rosacea is a real skin disorderwhich can have a big impact.
The grading scales grade bulbar redness, limbal redness, lid redness, lid roughness, corneal staining and meibomian gland dysfunction.
It targets the hemoglobin in the vessels and stimulates collagen in the skin to help reduce redness and soften scars.
And PS5 for every 30ml bottle of Darphin's intral redness relief soothing serum sold during October will go to charity, PS53, www.