Red Ink


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Red Ink

Informal; a loss or deficit. A company or organization may continue to operate in red ink for a time, but it is not sustainable. See also: In the red, In the black.
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A 38-year-old female patient complained of itching, followed by the appearance of raised scaly erythematous and hyperkeratotic-lichenoid lesions over the site of red ink on her lower leg.
1998) found adequate staining of mycorrhizal ryegrass roots with black ink from Carrefour, Pelikan, Shaeffer or Cross Company and red ink from Park Company.
Moreover, if you read Red Ink, you will be better informed than 98 percent of the population.
But Chris McGovern, chairman of the Campaign for Real Education, slammed the findings saying that in his experience of 35 years in teaching, children actually prefer teachers to use red ink because they can read comments more easily.
Adding to Shinsei's red ink was its nonbank affiliate, for which the Financial Services Agency called for an increase in loan loss reserves in light of tougher regulations on interest rates such lending entities can charge, the sources said.
GM logged its fourth straight year of red ink, bringing its cumulative loss in the four years to about $82 billion.
The Big Red N annotations are trickier to identify because they appear in a red ink that is not particularly distinguishable from that of the Red-Ink Annotator and in a form that the Red-Ink Annotator occasionally mimics and supplements.
I may not be able to meet you at the airport, but before you land, do remember to put some red ink on your index finger.
Typical uses for Red ink 8130 and Blue ink LC8150 might include hazard symbols or identification of chilled foods in supply chains.
com is forecasting a return to red ink in the first quarter of 2008, with a loss ranging from $2.
The robbers tossed the cellophane-wrapped cash packets after hidden dye packs exploded inside the loot, spewing red ink on the cash and on the robbers inside the stolen Chevrolet Camaro getaway car.
would set deficit targets and require budget committees to reduce entitlement spending if there was too much red ink.