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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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Curtis starred as a fake spiritualist whose partner Susan Strasberg developed a lump on her neck which grew into an evil, stunted 400-year-old Red Indian medicine man.
TALENT: Singing on earlier show TOM-TOM BOY: As a Red Indian with drum at five
Three women dressed as Red Indians who were collecting money in buckets for charity asked for a lift back to the Wirral
Jesus becomes the ringmaster in red tail coat and top hat, Judas a clown and various other characters emerge as majorettes, a strongman, ballerina, cowboy, red indian etc...
Unless, of course, one of the cops is related to Geronimo or other Red Indian with specialist tracking skills.
Then he finally refers to my ancestry as "Red Indian".
New Mexican band Bayou Seco (right) are heading to Stratford to host a rowdy afternoon session where youngsters can meet Sam the dancing man who loves old time banjo tunes, learn Red Indian chants and sing-songs about rhinos, dinosaurs and the rolling plains.
TWO blokes from Airdrie (doesn't have to be Airdrie but you're not allowed to do Irish jokes anymore) go to look for work in the Wild West of America and the local sheriff says he'll pay $50 for every Red Indian scalp they can collect.
Maybe it would help if each jockey for the 12.45 was decked in a cowboy hat, a flappy pair of strides and some spurs, while an athletic Red Indian gentleman acted as a pacemaker ahead of the horses.
1886: Geronimo, Apache chief and leader of the last great American Red Indian rebellion, surrendered in Arizona to General Nelson Miles.
Ian Armit, senior lecturer in archaeology at Queen's University, Belfast, who led an investigation into one of the sites on North Uist, said: "Some people believe these mounds were used in a similar way to Red Indian sweat lodges or saunas.