Pink 'Un

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Pink 'Un

An informal name for the Financial Times, a major daily newspaper. The term refers to the salmon color of the paper on which it is printed.
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References in classic literature ?
"Anne likes the pink ones best, and Gilbert likes the white.
"I like red pinks better than pink ones; but then, it'll fade, anyhow, before night, so what's the difference!"
Put the two pink ones in this room, and the red one in the drawing-room."
At first I inclined to my brown one with the feather; but as soon as I put it on I thought this pink one with the floppy brim would be more becoming.
A flower would be pink one second, white the next, then blue or yellow; and it was the same way when they came to the plants, which had broad leaves and grew close to the ground.
Ah, friend- my pink one is delicious; her name is Dunyasha...."
She had a grey silk sunshade over her head--how could he ever have imagined her with a pink one? As he approached he was struck by her listless attitude: she sat there as if she had nothing else to do.
Fan told me not to go near her, 'cause my wed dwess makes her pink one look ugly; and Tom won't; and I want to dwedfully."
Cricket balls are all supposed to weigh five-and-a-half ounces, but each of the pink ones Moeen has tried seems to have been on a diet.
A bunch of dolphins were playing together, but she only managed to capture one of the pink ones on film.
It stands tall on sturdy 60cm stems and is a fine choice for a gothic garden as it makes a striking accent for pastel varieties, especially pink ones, such as Esther and the robust lily-flowered variety China pink.