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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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Seeing Red hardly mentions Palestinian-ness; the narrator is a generic Arab-Chilean.
Conversation Starters Series; Seeing Red Cars Series; Creating a Mindset for Change eLearning course for leaders and individuals.
This is the main event of the Seeing Red Wine Festival and features more than 250 wines for tasting.
Wente's columns rely on every imaginable alleged Native shortcoming," say the authors of Seeing Red, "from sexual depravity to financial corruption, thievery to alcoholism, poor parenting to childish behavior, receiving special rights to reverse racism against whites, inherent violence to being stuck in dying cultures without being smart enough to realize it.
CASTAIC -- Lime green, fluorescent yellow, turquoise and bright orange -- they're not the contents of a Crayola box but the new colors of a strip mall in Castaic that have residents seeing red.
The Seeing Red Day coincided with a further two days of negotiations for the PHC multi-employer collective agreement (see story above).
Shortfalls are highest in London and the South, reflecting the bigger home loans people in these regions have, with homeowners likely to have to find an extra pounds 7,871 and pounds 7,292 respectively, according to endowment specialist Seeing Red.
At the time, Ashley was seeing red over frustrations with injuries.
Rhea's "Black, White And Seeing Red All Over," that challenges the myth of the Angry Black Woman syndrome and its alleged anti-male dogma.