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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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Since 1992, Harjo and other activists have been engaged in a court battle with the NFL football team over the "Redskins" name.
In addition to new Jalapeno Cheddar Redskin, offer your customers such distinctive varieties as Tuscan Style and Bistro Style.
The Bears' T formation was instrumental in crushing the Washington Redskins 73-0 in the 1940 NFL championship game.
Sabol didn't disappoint as the Redskins took the championship, 5-1.
Lamb's Supreme Redskin Mashed Potatoes are made from scratch, using only the finest redskin potatoes, combined with the most select ingredients and just the right touch of seasonings--all whipped to the ideal consistency and packaged at the peak of flavor, ready to heat right in the bag.
His soul was a battleground between his Paleface and Redskin impulses, the Paleface determinedly conventional and bourgeois and "good," the Redskin filled with wild longings (which Podhoretz discusses with surprising candor in Ex-Friends) for sex and fame.
Although regionals are over, the Lady Redskins have one more game to play.
SOV moved the ball down the field inside the Redskins 30 on 9 plays with two passing interference calls on Nokomis and a touchdown called back on an illegal procedure call.
The Redskins are considered to be a longshot to reach the postseason.
[USPRwire, Thu Jul 19 2018] The Washington Redskins are making it really difficult to guess what awaits them in 2018.
Ahead of a Form 314 filing with the FCC expected before the Memorial Day holiday, Red Zebra Broadcasting — the company created by Redskins owner Daniel Snyder as part of an effort to control the team's radio broadcast coverage — has sold its last station: WTEM-AM 980 in Washington, D.C.
29, 1862, reads, "The removal of the entire race of redskins has become an imperative necessity, and we trust that it will be pressed upon the Government until the work is accomplished.