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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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As the conditions worsened, on the very last drift Redden's rod again lunged over and after another epic battle Redden landed a personal best ling of 21lb 15oz, by far the best fish taken in the competition.
Redden had a wide variety of interests, including gardening, crafts and reading.
Redden appeared in 1,129 NHL contests during his career.
Rubenstein plans to share the psalm book with the American public by loaning it to a number of libraries around the country and placing it on long-time loan to one of them, Redden said.
5 million dollars in the past, which are far less rare than this," Redden said.
Laura Redden went on to disprove such oralist ideologies about the limitations of sign language education through her life's work as a writer.
It's one of the greatest romantic movie props of all time," Redden said.
with Redden remaining at the firm after Moses and Allison left to begin new firms.
That may be because most couples never make it for as long as the Reddens have.
In 2010 the shrewd Redden had pulled the curtain down on the dog's year at the back-end of November, leaving him off until the beginning of March, and was about to follow a similar pattern when he took a last look at the Calendar and changed his mind.
Obviously, it would be wonderful if this does go to a public institution and is available to the public forever," said Redden.
Carl Redden, a Market Trader from Birmingham, was holidaying with his fiancE[umlaut]e, Suzanne Wilson last summer when he was caught with five forged e1/450 notes.