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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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Be the dark volume left unread, The tale untold, the curse unsaid!" 65 So up and down before her loom She paces on, and to and fro, Till sunset fills the dusty room, And makes the water redly glow As if the Merrimack's calm flood Were changed into a stream of blood.
Also, the voices in the air, the chorus of the witches' chants, and the motif of the burning rocks appear both in Goethe's play and in Hawthorne's story: "Doch schau: in ihrer ganzen Hohe entzundet sich die Felsenwand" ("But look: in all its height the wall of rock is set aflame") (Goethe 170, author's translation); "[T]he fire on the rock shot redly forth, and formed a glowing arch above its base, where now appeared a figure" (Hawthorne 86).
T/A rounds are mid teens, short period owners talking USD 14,500 on a 55kdwt vessel dely Gib with Atlantic redly. The Pacific market remains quiet but seeing more cargoes in 2nd half Sep.
One might suggest that it is at least a bit odd to talk about "the ball's being red" identifying an objective feature of the world insofar as all that really can be said is that light bounces of the ball in such a way that a certain perceiver might perceive it redly. On the other hand, it would likewise seem rather odd to suggest that when someone claims, "the ball is red" that they are merely picking out a belief state.
Memories would be heightened as young wenches skipped over a clothes line strung between two lamp posts; as jack stones tumbled in the air; as fire cans swung redly; as polly was launched on the mopstick; as sheep were urged to come over; and as cries of 'ackey one two three' called out hither and thither.
"The most important thing," Blank continues, "is community leadership--leadership that recognizes that children need a more comprehensive approach to education, that if we redly are going to educate all of our children to a higher standard, you have to pay attention to their academic, social and emotional needs."
And redly burns their hometown, yet eyes dimmed by trouble See hope in the sky above, where smoke from burning rubble Tossed by the wind, makes an outline clear: A figure on horseback - Godiva still is near.