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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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virgatus (found in the same habitat in Khor Maada Mulaha) by the coloration pattern of the whole body (broad orange-red scale margins vs.
31), acridine orange enters the cells during the early stages of apoptosis and stains the nucleus bright green, but in later stages of apoptosis, due to loss of membrane integrity, both dyes enter the cell and stain the nucleus bright orange-red.
Once cooked, the roe turns bright orange-red, at which point the roe is referred to as coral and used as a garnish.
Some enlightenment is offered by the drawing, which, mounted just inside the room in a triangular orange-red frame, seems to provide a kind of key.
Arden Delidais, co-owner of D 'n A Gardens at Elnora, Alberta, has previously cultured the common orange-red lily and brought them into flower in just over a year.
First isolated by scientists at the Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia in 1972, monellin comes from a very sweet, orange-red berry native to West Africa.
The Eclogite minerals include: abundant pink corundum, one orange corundum, and 7 orange-red eclogite garnets.
This glorious Tiger Lily produces splendid orange-red flowers with deep burgundy/black spots, more heavily spotted towards the centre of each petal.
Good choices for beds and borders include Narcissus 'Fortune'', the classic variety with a broad orange cut, and the fragrant 'Altruist'', with its rounded yellow petals and deep orange-red cup.
Bressingham Blaze', a shorter variety with fiery orange-red flowers with a yellow throat, which looks great in a hot colour theme.
PHYSALIS (CHINESE LANTERN) THESE dainty-looking perennials, also known as winter cherries, are grown mainly for their unusual orange-red, lantern-shaped seedheads which encase the edible fruits and appear in autumn.
The lanterns turn from green to beige and finally a vibrant orange-red in autumn.