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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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"I have stayed in this job because I am fascinated by the diverse and mysterious shades of red, which come alive through the various textiles and traditional patterns," he said.
Maple, vine and mahonia leaves offer shades of red, while sedum flowerheads provide subtle russet tones which will stay on the plant well into winter.
Cosmos These elegant annuals with feathery leaves and daisy-like blooms in shades of red, pink and white often flower longer and later than other bedding plants.
Gerbera: Available in four or five shades of red - from orangey red through to deep burgundy.
The Budapest colorway, left, features shades of red, mustard and sage, and takes its cue from the variety of spices found in the market squares of Hungary.
The bell-shaped flowers are available in various shades of red, mauve or pink, but I actually think the leaves are more interesting, particularly those which change colour, such as B.
Published in an oversize, slightly vertical format (9x13"), this volume presents full-page color plates of excellent quality of the silkscreened images of textile and book artist Bancou's favorite love poems, which she wrote in gold on backgrounds in all shades of red and violet.
Dry organic pigments include phthalo blues and greens, naphthols, carbazole violet, red lake C and other shades of red, yellow, and orange.
These tourists flock to the region as soon as leaves begin to change color from a summery green to spectacular shades of red, orange, yellow, and purple.
'Easter Egg II' has the best heat tolerance and comes in shades of red, purple, and white.
The new $10 will be colored with shades of red, yellow and orange to help people distinguish it from the $20 and $50.
Just a floor below, corridors, ceilings and walls (some erupting like a Claus Oldenburg sculpture) leading to the conference rooms are drenched in six shades of red, speaking to the body's requirements for passion, evacuation, or both.