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Red (King Crimson album)

Red is the seventh studio album by progressive rock group King Crimson, released in 1974. It was their last studio recording of the 1970s and the last before the lead member Robert Fripp temporarily disbanded the group.

Though their lowest-charting album at the time, spending only one week in the UK charts, Red has received critical acclaim.

Red (disambiguation)

Red is a color of passion

Red or RED may also refer to:

Red (nightclub)

Red was a nightclub located in Washington D.C.. It shut its doors on October 23, 2005, after nine years of operation. The club was owned by Farid Ali, and featured a set roster of weekly resident DJs as well as a number of guest DJs from around the U.S. and abroad.

Red (2002 film)

Red is a 2002 Tamil language action film directed by Singampuli and produced by S. S. Chakravarthy. The film stars Ajith Kumar and Priya Gill, while Manivannan, Salim Ghouse and Raghuvaran play pivotal roles. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by Deva. The film received mixed reviews and became a commercial failure. The film has been dubbed in Hindi as Ghulam - the revolt.

Red (Tex Avery)

Red is an American animated character, created by Tex Avery, who appears in several MGM short films and Tom and Jerry movies. She is a fictional nightclub singer and dancer who is usually making all men in the room crazy, especially a Wolf character who - in vain- tries to seduce and chase her. Red debuted in Red Hot Riding Hood (1943), where she was originally a deviation of Little Red Riding Hood.

Despite only appearing in seven animated shorts from the Golden age of American animation era and being nothing but a foil for other male characters to have funny exaggarated reactions about she proved memorable enough to be revived in many Hanna-Barbera TV cartoon series from the 1990s on.

Red (audio drama)

Red is a Big Finish Productions audio drama based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who.

Red (John Stevens album)

Red is the debut album recorded by American Idol 3 contestant John Stevens. The album peaked at number five on the Billboard Jazz Albums chart, and the song, "Come Fly with Me", reached number 27 on the Hot Singles Sales chart.

Red (Leslie Cheung album)

Red is a Cantopop album by Leslie Cheung first released in 1996. This album was Cheung's second post-"retirement" album and incorporated smooth jazz, R&B, trip hop, etc.,producing a different music style from Cheung's earlier albums.

The lyrics of all the songs were penned by lyricist, Albert Leung. Red is the only such album published by Cheung. Cheung cooperated with C.Y. Kong for the first time in this album.

Red (Nanase Aikawa album)

Red is Nanase Aikawa's first album. It includes her first four singles. The album reached #1 on Oricon charts and sold over two million copies, as certified by the RIAJ.

Red (band)

Red (also stylized R3D or RED) is an American rock band from Nashville, Tennessee, formed in 2002. The band's lineup consists of singer Michael Barnes, guitarist Anthony Armstrong, and bassist Randy Armstrong. They are known for playing Christian rock music which incorporates other sounds such as alternative rock, alternative metal, hard rock, heavy metal and post-grunge. Jasen Rauch and Andrew Hendrix were the rhythm guitarist and drummer, respectively, at the time of the band's formation. Hendrix was replaced by Hayden Lamb in 2006, who was then replaced by Joe Rickard, who left in 2014. Though Rauch left the band in 2009, he contributed to songwriting until the band's fifth album, Of Beauty and Rage.

To date, Red has released five studio albums: End of Silence (2006), Innocence & Instinct (2009), Until We Have Faces (2011), Release the Panic (2013), and Of Beauty and Rage (2015). The first two albums earned the group Grammy Award Nominations for Best Rock Gospel Album while Until We Have Faces had a No. 2 debut on Billboard 200.

Red (T'Pau album)

Red is the fourth studio album by British pop/rock group T'Pau. It was released in 1998, and was the first album since The Promise from 1991.

The group originally gained success in the late 1980s and split in the early 1990s. In 1997 original lead singer Carol Decker reformed the band with a completely new line-up and released a brand new version of their original hit "Heart and Soul". The new line-up started playing gigs and recorded this album in 1998. The album was released on Decker's own Gnatfish label, and would be released in America during late 1999 with a bonus CD featuring three extra tracks (including the 1997 version of "Heart and Soul"). In 2007, the album was officially released for download. It would be Decker's last album/single release until the 2007 solo single " Just Dream".

Red (Symbion Project album)

Red is the debut full-length album by Symbion Project, a.k.a. Kasson Crooker. Released in 1997, Red contains a collection of songs conceived as early as 1992. The mostly instrumental album includes a mixture of downtempo, techno, and ambient songs, and many tracks feature Middle Eastern overtones. "Only Girls Like to Gossip" became the foundation for the future Splashdown song "Waterbead".

Red (an orchestra)

Red an orchestra was an American chamber orchestra based in Cleveland, Ohio.

Established in 2001, its Artistic Director and conductor was Jonathan Sheffer. The orchestra's repertoire spanned the work of Renaissance composers including Heinrich Schütz to contemporary classical composers including Frank Zappa, John Corigliano, and Sheffer himself. Red also engaged in innovative multimedia collaborations with film, puppetry, visual art, narration, and other art forms.

Red an orchestra received reviews in The Plain Dealer and the Akron Beacon Journal.

The orchestra suspended operations in March 2008 due to financial difficulties.

Red (2008 film)

Red is a 2008 thriller based on a novel by Jack Ketchum and directed by Trygve Allister Diesen and Lucky McKee. It concerns one man's revenge after his beloved dog dies in an attempted robbery. The screenplay was written by Stephen Susco based on the novel. It premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2008.

Red (Black Uhuru album)

Red is an 1981 album by the Jamaican reggae band Black Uhuru. The line-up of the band changed many times during its 16 years and this is the second release for the lineup of Michael Rose, Sandra "Puma" Jones and Derek "Duckie" Simpson. Sly & Robbie were again in the production seat after having previously working with the band on the 1980 album Sinsemilla.

Red (text editor)

RED was a screen editor written in STOIC for use with VT100s in the early 1980s. It was designed to be efficient in an interactive environment. RED's syntax was similar to TECO's. It had many features such as cut/paste and user-written macros.

Red (novel)

Red: The Heroic Rescue is a novel by Christian author Ted Dekker. It is the second book in the Circle Series, and is a part of the Books of History Chronicles.

Red (Guillemots album)

Red is the second album from British indie rock band Guillemots. It was released on 24 March 2008 in the United Kingdom and reached number 9 in the UK Album Charts. The album release was preceded by the single "Get Over It" on 17 March.

Red (mascot)

In 2003, Arkansas State University decided to make a new mascot, named Red, created by ASU’s director of athletic marketing, Andrea Scott.

“The spirit character began as a project to design a character that looks friendly, is unique, and is not an animal,” Andrea said. “I was looking for something out of the ordinary that’s presence could elevate spirit at ball games.”

“Red absolutely will not replace Arkansas State’s official mascot, the Indian Family,” said Dr. Dean Lee, ASU director of athletics.

“Red was named because that was how he was perceived by the marketing analysis and research groups, which were children and youth,” said Dr. Dean Lee, ASU’s athletic director.

Red (WildStorm)

Red is a three-issue comic book mini-series published in 2003 and 2004 by WildStorm imprint Homage Comics both owned by DC Comics. It was created by writer Warren Ellis and artist Cully Hamner.

Red (Datarock album)

'Red ' is the second album by Norwegian Dance-punk duo Datarock, released on 8. June 2009.

Red (cipher machine)

In the history of cryptography, 91-shiki ohbun-injiki ("System 91 Printing Machine") or Angōki Taipu-A (暗号機 タイプA) ("Type A Cipher Machine"), codenamed Red by the United States, was a diplomatic cryptographic machine used by the Japanese Foreign Office before and during World War II. A relatively simple device, it was quickly broken by western cryptographers. The Red cipher was succeeded by the " Purple" machine ("97-shiki ōbun inji-ki") which used some of the same principles. Parallel usage of the two systems assisted in the breaking of the Purple system.

The Red cipher should not be confused with the Red naval code, which was used by the Imperial Japanese Navy between the wars. The latter was a codebook system, not a cipher.

Red (Elbow song)

"Red" is the first single by English alternative rock band Elbow and the first single from their first album, Asleep in the Back. It was released on 23 April 2001 in two formats: 7" vinyl and two CDs. The 7" vinyl version had the LP colored red for the single and had a slightly longer version of "Vum Garda". "Red" had been previously released on The Noisebox EP, which contained an earlier version of the song. "Vum Garda" was also released on the 12" Vinyl pressing of Asleep in the Back. The CDs were released with two different sets of art work that were similar to the one on the 7" vinyl.

In an interview, Guy Garvey claims the song was inspired by a friend with a severe drug addiction: "This was about a concern for a friend who was doing too much speed, to the point where I worried how it was going to turn out for her. She’s fine as it turns out."

Red (Daniel Merriweather song)

"Red", written by Scott McFarnon, was the second single released by Daniel Merriweather from his second album Love & War. The single was released on 18 May 2009. It was produced by Mark Ronson, like the rest of the songs on his album. It was released on the Columbia record label.

Red (play)

Red is a play by American writer John Logan about artist Mark Rothko first produced by the Donmar Warehouse, London in December 2009. The original production was directed by Michael Grandage and performed by Alfred Molina as Rothko and Eddie Redmayne as his fictional assistant Ken.

The production, with its two leads, transferred to Broadway at the John Golden Theater for a limited engagement which began on March 11, 2010 and closed on June 27. It was the 2010 Tony Award winner for Best Play. Additionally, Redmayne won a 2010 Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play.

Red (2010 film)

Red is a 2010 American action comedy film inspired by the limited comic book series of the same name created by Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner and published by the DC Comics imprint Homage. The film stars Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich, Mary-Louise Parker, Helen Mirren and Karl Urban, with German film director Robert Schwentke directing a screenplay by Jon Hoeber and Erich Hoeber. In the film version, the title is derived from the designation of former CIA Agent Frank Moses (Bruce Willis), meaning "Retired, Extremely Dangerous".

The film was released on October 15, 2010. The film grossed $199 million worldwide. In 2011, the film received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Musical or Comedy Film. A sequel, Red 2, was released on July 19, 2013. Another sequel, Red 3, is in development.

Red (manga)

is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Sanae Rokuya. It is licensed in North America by Digital Manga Publishing, which released the manga on 27 May 2008.

Red (The Gazette song)

"Red" is a maxi-single by the Japanese rock band, The Gazette. It was released on September 22, 2010 in two editions; the "Optical Impression" edition, "Auditory Impression" edition. The first includes the songs "Red" and "Vermin"- it also includes a DVD containing the music video and making for the song "Red". The second comes with a bonus track, "An Unbearable Fact".

Red (The Communards album)

Red is the second album from the British pop duo The Communards. The Stephen Hague-produced album was released in 1987 on London Records in the UK and MCA in the US. It reached number 4 in the UK and 93 in the US and was certified platinum in the UK. Red features the hits " Never Can Say Goodbye", "Tomorrow", "There's More To Love Than Boy Meets Girl" and "For a Friend".

Red (Dia Frampton album)

Red is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Dia Frampton, released on December 6, 2011 by Universal Republic Records.

Red (EP)

Red is the second EP by the band Weekend. The EP was released on September 20, 2011, from Slumberland Records.

Red (Hyuna Song)

"Red" is song by South Korean singer Hyuna, and is taken from her third EP, A Talk. The song was released, 27 July 2014.

Red (rapper)

Red was born on July 10, 1991 in Daegu, South Korea). She is a South Korean model, and rapper of the Korean music group Pungdeng-E.

Red (nickname)

Red is the nickname of:

People:

  • Red Adair (1915–2004), American oil field firefighter
  • Red Allen (1906–1967), American jazz trumpeter
  • Red Auerbach (1917–2006), American basketball coach and executive
  • Red Barber (1908–1992), American sportscaster
  • Red Bryant (born 1984), American football player
  • Red Corzine (1909–2003), American football player
  • Red Davis (1915–2002), American baseball player and manager
  • Red Davis (American football) (1907–1988), American football player
  • Louis "Red" Deutsch (1890–1983), Ukrainian-American boxer, tavern owner, victim of the Tube Bar prank calls
  • Charles "Red" Donley (born 1923), American sports and news anchor
  • James "Red" Duke (1928–2015), American trauma surgeon
  • Red Faber (1888–1976), American baseball player
  • Red Foley (1910–1968), American country music singer and musician
  • Red Garland (1923–1984), American jazz pianist
  • Don Goldstein, American basketball player
  • Red Grange (1903–1991), American football player
  • Red Grooms (born 1937), American artist
  • Red Holzman (1920–1998), American basketball player and coach
  • Red Howard (1900–1973), American football player
  • Red Jones (disambiguation), several people
  • Johnny Kerr (1932–2009), American basketball player, coach, and broadcaster
  • Red Klotz (born 1921), American basketball player and team owner
  • Ken Livingstone (born 1945), English politician
  • Ernie Lopez (1945–2009), American professional boxer
  • Red Mitchell (1927–1992), American jazz double-bassist, composer, lyricist, and poet
  • Red Mitchell (ice hockey) (1912–1984), Canadian ice hockey player
  • Red Murrell (basketball) (born 1933), American basketball player
  • Red Nichols (1905–1965), American jazz cornettist
  • Red Norvo (1908–1999), American jazz vibraphonist
  • Red O'Connor, American football player
  • Red Pollard (1909–1981), Canadian horse racing jockey
  • Red Prysock (1926–1993), American rhythm and blues saxophonist
  • Lawson P. Ramage (1909–1990), US Navy vice-admiral and Medal of Honor recipient
  • Red Rodney (1927–1994), American jazz trumpet player
  • Red Rolfe (1908–1969), American baseball player, manager, and executive
  • Red Ruffing (1905–1986), American baseball pitcher
  • Red Rush (1927–2009), American sportscaster
  • Henry Russell Sanders (1905–1958), American college football coach
  • Red Schoendienst (born 1923), American baseball player and manager
  • Red Simpson (born 1934), American country singer-songwriter best known for his trucker-themed songs
  • Red Skelton (1913–1997), American comedian and artist
  • Red Smith (disambiguation), several people
  • Red Sovine (1918–1980), American country music singer
  • Red Symons (born 1949), Australian television entertainer and former musician with the Skyhooks
  • Leonard F. Wing (1893–1945), American politician and US Army major general
  • Al Wingo (1898–1964), American baseball player

Fictional characters:

  • Bertha (South Park), a girl often referred to as Red
  • Red Forman, on That '70s Show
  • Hellboy, a fictional superhero who is often called Red by the people he works with
  • Little Red Riding Hood, a fairy tale character
  • Red Raymond, on the TV series Hellcats
  • Red Redding, the narrator in Steven King's novella Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption and movie The Shawshank Redemption, played by Morgan Freeman in the movie
  • Raymond "Red" Reddington, portrayed by James Spader on the TV series The Blacklist
  • Galina "Red" Reznikov, an inmate in the TV series Orange Is the New Black, portrayed by Kate Mulgrew

Red (Dutch band)

RED! was a Dutch pop group formed in the television program Popstars in its debut 2008 edition. The members were the three winning finalists of the program, namely Brandi Russell, Steffie Zoontjes and Deon Leon. They had come first, second and third respectively and were all declared winners.

Brandi Russel was born in Kentucky on 31 May 1982 but lived in Florida. She was an American born singer, actress and dancer and very active in musical theater. For several years, Russell lived in the Netherlands where she worked as a teacher in singing, drama, music and tap dancing. Zoontjes and Leon were on the other hand Dutch nationals and both born in 1990.

The debut single of RED! called "Step Into The Light". It was recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London and the group was signed to Warner Music. SBS 6, the Dutch television channel which aired Popstars had an agreement with Warner for promotional support of the group, including commercials for the debut broadcast. On the basis of downloads directly after the final broadcast of Popstars, the song hit straight to the top of the Single Top 100 on 27 December 2008 on its first week of release. It stayed for a total of ten weeks on the chart.

There was a follow-up singles "Guilty" and "Conga", the latter a cover of Miami Sound Machine. RED! officially disbanded in January 2010, reportedly for lack of further success.

Red (comics)

Red, in comics, may refer to:

  • Red (manga), a 2006 manga by Sanae Rokuya
  • Red (WildStorm), a 2003/2004 three-issue comic book mini-series
  • Red (1998), a manga by Kenichi Muraeda
  • Red (2007), an award-winning manga by Naoki Yamamoto
  • Red, a nickname given to Hellboy
  • Red, a number of characters/concepts in DC Comics publications:
    • Red, a DC Comics supervillain and member of the Rainbow Raiders
    • Red, one of a trio of soldiers who were later reinvented in Kingdom Come, both times as the team Red, White and Blue
    • The Red, part of the Parliament Enclave in Swamp Things stories, the most famous member being The Green
  • Red, three Marvel Comics characters:
    • Red, a Golden Age gangster and enemy of the original Human Torch, who appeared in Marvel Comics #1
    • Red, a member of S.H.I.E.L.D., who is the most advanced Life Model Decoy
    • Red, a member of the Marauders in the Age of Apocalypse, who is an alternate version of the Green Goblin

Red (Treble Charger song)

"Red" is a song from the debut album by Treble Charger, nc17, released 4 July 1994. The song received heavy play on university and college radio and on Much Music. "Red" was re-recorded as a single for the album Maybe It's Me, released in 1997 by Sonic Unyon and distributed by BMG Music Canada.

The single debuted at No. 25 on the List of RPM number-one alternative rock singles of 1997 chart 1 December 1997. The single was on the chart for six weeks, reaching its highest rank of No. 20 for the week of 15 December 1997.

"Red" placed at number eight on the greatest Canadian songs of all time in a 1996 poll by music magazine Chart.

Red (programming language)

Red is a computer programming language. Red was made to overcome the limitations of the programming language Rebol. Red is both an imperative and functional programming language introduced in 2011 by Nenad Rakocevic. Its syntax and general usage directly overlaps with that of the interpreted Rebol language (which was introduced in 1997). The implementation choices of Red were geared specifically to create what Rakocevic calls a "full stack programming language". Red can be used for extremely high-level programming ( DSLs and GUIs) as well as low-level programming ( operating systems and device drivers).

Key to the approach is that the language has two parts: Red/System and Red. The former (Red/System) is similar to C, but packaged into a Rebol lexical structure (e.g. one would write instead of ). Red itself is a homoiconic language capable of meta-programming, with semantics similar to Rebol's. Red's runtime library is written in Red/System, and uses a hybrid approach: it compiles what it can deduce statically and falls back onto an embedded interpreter otherwise (according to the roadmap, a just-in-time compiler will be employed for cases in between, but this has not been implemented so far).

Red seeks to remain independent of any other toolchain, and thus does its own code generation. It is therefore possible to cross-compile Red programs from any platform it supports to any other, via a command-line switch. Both Red and Red/System are distributed as open-source software under the modified BSD license. The runtime library is distributed under the more permissive Boost Software License.

Red (Taylor Swift album)

Red is the fourth studio album by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. It was released on October 22, 2012, by Big Machine Records, as the follow-up to her third studio album, Speak Now. The album title was inspired by the "semi-toxic relationships" that Swift experienced during the process of conceiving this album, which Swift described the emotions she felt as "red emotions" due to their intense and tumultuous nature. Red touches on Swift's signature themes of love and heartbreak, however, from a more mature perspective while exploring other themes such as fame and the pressure of being in the limelight. The album features collaborations with producers and guest artists such as Gary Lightbody of Snow Patrol and Ed Sheeran and is noted for Swift's experimentation with new musical genres. Swift completed The Red Tour in support of the album on June 12, 2014, which became the highest-grossing tour of all time by a country artist, grossing over $150 million.

Red was well received by critics and earned Swift Grammy Award nominations for Best Country Album and Album of the Year. It debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 chart, giving Swift her third consecutive chart topper in the US. Its first week sales of 1.21 million was the third biggest debut in history for a female artist and became the fastest-selling album in over a decade. It made music history for claiming the biggest first week sales of all time by a country act, the record previously held by Garth Brooks. Red is just the 18th album in United States history to sell one million copies in a single week. It was also a huge global success, becoming Swift's first chart-topper in the UK, and also topped the album charts in Australia, Canada, Ireland and New Zealand while charted in the top ten in every other major market including China.

Worldwide, Red has sold 6 million copies as of August 2014. It was Swift's third consecutive top-seller and the second best-seller overall across all genres despite being out only for two months. This makes the fourth time Swift has an album ranked in the year's top three sellers. Red has been certified quadruple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), making it Swift's fourth consecutive album to reach this plateau.

Red (Taylor Swift song)

"Red" is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift for her fourth studio album of the same name (2012). It was released on October 2, 2012, in the US by Big Machine Records as the second promotional single from Red in 2012 and serves as the album's fifth single on June 21, 2013. It was part of the tracks released during the four weeks preceding the release of the album. Musically, "Red" is a country song, and its lyrics uses colors and metaphors to describe an intense and tumultuous relationship.

The track received polarizing reviews from music critics, who praised its lyrics, but were ambivalent towards its composition. The song debuted at number six on the US Billboard 100 and at number one on the Hot Digital Songs chart. It also debuted at number two on the Hot Country Songs chart, behind Swift's previous single " We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together".

Red (film series)

Red is an American action-comedy film series inspired by the limited comic book series of the same name created by Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner, and published by the DC Comics imprint Homage. The film stars Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich, Mary-Louise Parker, Helen Mirren, and Karl Urban with German film director Robert Schwentke directing a screenplay by Jon Hoeber and Erich Hoeber.

In the film version, the title is derived from the designation of the status of agent Frank Moses (Willis), meaning "Retired, Extremely Dangerous". The first film, Red, was released on October 15, 2010. A sequel, Red 2, was released on July 19, 2013.

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English

red

I.adjective
COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES
a red cell (=the most common type of blood cell)
▪ The red cells carry the oxygen.
a red/brown/dark etc stain
▪ There was a brown stain on the bedroom ceiling.
a red/green/blue etc colour
▪ Our door was painted a bright green colour.
a red/white scar
▪ She still had the faint white scar on her ankle.
a white/black/red etc patch
▪ The bird has a large black patch on each side of its neck.
be (put/placed) on red alert
▪ All the hospitals are on red alert.
brick red
colour sth red/blue etc
▪ Sunset came and coloured the sky a brilliant red.
cut the red tape
▪ The new rules should help cut the red tape for farmers.
dye your hair (blonde/red etc) (=change its colour, especially using chemicals)
▪ Craig has dyed his hair black.
fiery red
▪ leaves that turn fiery red in autumn
flush red/crimson/scarlet
▪ Robyn felt her cheeks flush scarlet.
paint sth (in) blue/red/green etc
▪ We painted the door blue.
▪ Paint the walls in a contrasting colour.
▪ The living room was painted in pastel shades of pink and blue.
pillar-box red
red alert
▪ All the hospitals are on red alert.
red blood cell
red button
red card
Red Crescent
Red Cross
red eye
▪ I took the red eye to LA.
red flag
red giant
red herring
red hot (=used to describe an object or surface that is very hot)
▪ The handle was red hot.
red meat (=a dark-coloured meat such as beef)
▪ For health reasons, you should eat less red meat.
red meat
red pepper
▪ stuffed red peppers
red tape
▪ a procedure surrounded by bureaucracy and red tape
red
▪ The whole family had red hair.
red (=because you are cold or drunk, or have a cold)
▪ His nose was red from the cold.
red/bloodshot (=red because you are upset, tired, ill etc)
▪ My mother's eyes were red from crying.
red/white/rosé wine
▪ The waiter brought some red wine.
sb's face is dark/red/purple with rage
▪ His face went purple with rage.
sb’s face goes/turns red (=becomes red)
▪ His face went red with embarrassment.
the leaves turn red/brown etc (=become red, brown etc)
▪ The maple leaves had turned a fiery red.
turn (sth) red/blue/white etc
▪ Rose’s hair was already turning grey.
▪ In October the leaves turn orange and yellow.
▪ The sun had turned the sky a glowing pink.
wear black/white/red etc
▪ Usually I wear black, grey, or brown.
white/red/blue etc
▪ I decided to use white paint throughout the house.
COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
■ NOUN
blood
▪ The red blood cell is finally a small bag containing haemoglobin molecules for transporting oxygen.
▪ I slid off the seat, keeping my eyes down, expecting to see a smear of red blood on the chair.
▪ When red blood cells are put into water, they swell and burst due to osmosis.
▪ Urine analysis, a red blood cell count, and blood pressure were also routinely recorded.
▪ The question is what will happen to the red blood cell nucleus if it is placed in cancer cell cytoplasm?
▪ Myoglobin, a protein similar to haemoglobin in red blood cells, acts as a store for oxygen within the muscle fibres.
▪ As the red blood cell has little cytoplasm, the effect is that both nuclei become surrounded by HeLa cytoplasm.
▪ Vitamin B12 helps to produce red blood cells which carry oxygen, and therefore prevents anaemia and tiredness.
brick
▪ The two-storey, nineteenth-century Gothic, red brick building is currently buried in undergrowth.
▪ They spread out in front of the red brick buildings, whose ramparts produce a castle-like appearance.
▪ The whole interior is in red brick, partly whitewashed.
▪ He and Maurine built a one-bedroom red brick bungalow in the yard where Hayes had kept mules as a boy.
▪ In front of the church is a four-sided courtyard, porticoed in red brick on three sides and with the façade on the fourth.
▪ These extensions were all done in red brick to fit in with the original structure.
▪ Louis presents itself as a red brick city, stolid and low, with echoes of its heavy manufacturing past.
carpet
▪ They went into a room with a red carpet and screens with oriental decorations.
▪ The Prime Minister stood on a red carpet which led across the runway to the plane.
▪ The Turnbulls struggled to cope, whilst those in need from another country are given the red carpet treatment.
▪ It was clinical white with a spotless red carpet, and full on Sundays.
▪ With email, you take the red carpet route straight through to the top.
▪ Brass rods, tethering the red carpet to the flights of the staircase, were importances she never saw neglected.
▪ When she did, Raine would have the red carpet rolled out in her honour.
▪ Success was not achieved without considerable risk to an old street lamp and the Downing Street red carpet.
cell
▪ Associations have been shown between low packed cell volume or red cell volume, or both, and the respiratory distress syndrome.
▪ Glycosylated hemoglobin refers to the specific red cell hemoglobin A types to which a glucose molecule becomes irreversibly attached.
▪ We have shown that red cell volume predicts outcome in preterm infants.
▪ Of those patients presenting with gross ascites with normal pitted red cell counts, three were reformed rather than current drinkers.
▪ Of the 14 women studied, nine had high pitted red cell counts and the majority of the group had ascites.
▪ Blood was detected in the urine on biochemical screening, but microscopy showed very few red cells.
▪ The proposed mechanism of improvement of placental transfusion of volume and red cells is attractive.
▪ The idea goes some way to explaining why some individuals with red cell mutations are immune to Plasmodium infection.
colour
▪ Following this they release blood into their eyes which turns them a dull red colour.
▪ The sensitivity can be improved and interference from other ions diminished by extracting the red colour with a solvent.
▪ And that is why the virginia creeper plant turns a lovely red colour in the autumn.
▪ A lovely rich rust red colour, it retails at around £4.75 a kilo.
▪ A good tasting apple with a good red colour.
deer
▪ The farms below become dots as you climb and heather, alpine plants and red deer now mark you progress.
▪ Thus, bull elephant seals and red deer stags are big, armed, and dangerous.
▪ Glen Muick is very lovely with roaming red deer, beautiful waterfalls, and a peaceful loch.
▪ Most of our red deer are feral, having been introduced to or having escaped from deer parks.
▪ The tracks show a gentle canter, no wild chase after red deer.
▪ The roaring and parallel walks of the red deer may be safe trials of strength.
▪ I have seen foxes playing in the brambles, and once a red deer walked past on the opposite bank.
face
▪ Rosa twisted, her red face glowered up at Cati.
▪ He paused, his red face turned toward the blank television set.
▪ The Reds were spared any more red faces.
▪ Jimmy left as quickly as possible, afraid that Ellingwood would notice his burning red face.
▪ Mrs Medlock was a large woman, with a very red face and bright black eyes.
▪ He was short, with a red face and a redder nose.
▪ A very red face in the fever.
▪ His flowing red face was close to hers; she could smell the wine on his breath.
flag
▪ The structure of the day was to follow red flags as they were unravelled, leading the crowd to preselected locations.
▪ Volcanologists now recognize these oscillations as a red flag that a volcano is entering a dangerous phase.
▪ All we needed was a red flag to warn the locals that we might be about to frighten the horses.
▪ But these approaches might also raise red flags, said Rep.
▪ Don't enter the firing ranges when the red flags are flying - usually from prominent places such as hilltops.
▪ He saw the red flag come down for the final time over Red Square in Moscow.
▪ Now they had six red flags.
▪ A red flag meant a girl.
hair
▪ Her short red hair was crudely shaped in a wedge and her pallid cheeks and small chin were peppered with unsightly acne.
▪ One of them, a boy with red hair, had a bad case of adolescent skin eruptions.
▪ Lord Greene M.R. gave the example of a teacher being dismissed because of red hair.
▪ If you have red hair some employers might associate that with a fiery temper before they even meet you.
▪ With pierced nose, wild red hair and an enormous collection of tattoos, Joolz is a revelation.
▪ It was a bikini, flower-printed and attractive against her dark red hair.
▪ According to a national survey of 50 salons, requests for red hair outnumber those for blond for the first time.
herring
▪ Female speaker I think it's a red herring.
▪ According to Mattel, antitrust issues were a red herring.
▪ His racial theory was almost certainly a red herring, 5 but the notion of selective mate choice was not.
▪ The holocaust is an immense and vile red herring.
▪ Meg's determination not to see her; her red herring about the mysterious proposal of marriage.
letter
▪ Only high spot from what should have been a red letter day was the terrific £300 raised for the local Hartlepool hospice.
▪ The name was spray-painted in thin, straggly red letters on the outside of one of the concrete pill-boxes.
▪ And it could mean a red letter day for your postie!
▪ Signs on gates, often painted in big red letters, warn visitors to keep out.
light
▪ The Governor's sanctum was a leviathan suffused with the same dreary red light.
▪ On the opposite corner a dusty station wagon idled noisily at the red light.
▪ Brick red lights, red hair, red eyes.
▪ Surely a flashing red light would be far more visible in a tunnel than a static light?
▪ And not just because the black-and-white car he drives sports a red light and siren.
▪ Violet light was cooler and red light warmer than the others.
▪ Rows of engines clogged the streets, red lights pulsing like strobes in a disco.
meat
▪ The survey said that for the first time, there was a shift in reasons given for cutting back on red meat.
▪ At the time, Sims also said it planned to dispose of its fresh red meat business.
▪ No one touched red meat anymore.
▪ Lumps of steak pie; livid red meat, clammy puff pastry.
▪ Jerky is dried, not cooked, meat and can be easily made at home with any of the red meat game.
▪ We should cut down on red meat, always choose lean cuts and eat more white meats, such as chicken and turkey.
▪ Red wine is only appropriate with red meat.
pepper
▪ The fruit of the tree tomato looks like a cross between a red pepper and an elongated tomato.
▪ But the Poet interferes with the preparation of the meat and drops a can of red pepper into the broth.
▪ Add the mushrooms, crushed peppercorns, green and red peppers, tomatoes and basil.
▪ He must buy a head of iceberg lettuce, a red pepper, a red onion, and some parsley.
▪ Chop the red pepper and mushrooms and arrange on the aubergines.
▪ Soaking in a red pepper puree, the dish exceeds expectation.
▪ Garnish with strips of red pepper and feta cheese.
▪ The taste buds can handle only periodic assaults and the sweet red pepper bread afforded intermediate breaks and recovery time.
rose
▪ Among the plastic rats, fluffy animals and copies of the Sun decorating the desks was at least one Labour red rose.
▪ Mr Melderis appears with a dozen red roses the following day.
▪ Once the red roses have been pressed, you can consider what type of design you want to create.
▪ I share his remarks about the red rose belonging to Lancashire.
▪ He imagined himself walking up to her and presenting her with a single red rose.
▪ A Hogarth curve of red spray carnations and red roses was shown with a collection of assorted bottles and acacia seed pods.
▪ In the centre of that was the final touch - one deep red rose.
▪ I place my three long-stemmed, red roses beside the begonias.
squirrel
▪ Since grey squirrels are bigger than red squirrels, many of the male reds have stopped reproducing.
▪ A red squirrel was another early riser.
▪ I often see foxes, roe deer and red squirrels in the conifer plantation there.
▪ There is wildlife here in abundance; deer, wild cats, red squirrels, golden eagles, ospreys and reindeer.
▪ Last year I had seen, just like yesterday, a red squirrel behaving very curiously.
▪ The study claims that red squirrels have survived alongside grey squirrels for decades in forests in Norfolk and Staffordshire.
▪ Could it have been planted by a red squirrel?
tape
▪ Former rally driver Jean Denton is battling to reduce red tape and bureaucratic burdens on small firms and start-ups.
▪ Richard Pombo, R-Calif., who sponsored the guest worker amendment, said the current program involves too much red tape.
▪ It talks about only another layer of government and more red tape and state control, not less.
▪ All the bureaucratic disclosures and red tape in the country can not offset either.
▪ But red tape is an inevitable result of reform.
▪ One vexing problem is the inconsistency of the red tape that ensnares businessmen when they try to do practically anything.
▪ They are terrified by Labour party proposals to create a great new machine spitting out red tape all over the countryside.
▪ Therefore, their secret agenda is how best to strangle the utilities with as much bureaucracy and red tape as possible.
wine
▪ His blood mingled with the red wine of the Mass.
▪ This full-bodied, supple red wine offers lovely blackberry and black raspberry fruit and hints of chocolate and herbs.
▪ Drinking red wine from giant tumblers.
▪ Jasper and I went to the limousine, and Jasper asked the better-looking bartender for two glasses of red wine.
▪ She brought out a bottle of red wine from the cupboard.
▪ Researchers there were intrigued by findings that red wine, in test-tube experiments, was found to be an antioxidant.
▪ Still red wines in Champagne are rare, however, and hardly ever exciting.
▪ The evidence also suggests that red wine, in particular, is good for the heart.
PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
bleed red ink
gold-rimmed/red-rimmed etc
paint the town (red)
▪ Tonight we're going to paint the town red. b. Tonight we're going to colour the city scarlet. 38a.
red as a beet
roll out the red carpet
▪ Practically lies down and purrs ... Well it's nice to roll out the red carpet, isn't it?
run a (red) light
▪ An old man who worked in a poultry store was stopped for running a light.
▪ For every motorist who runs a red light, there are five pedestrians who do it.
▪ It was going to sea with only its running lights on.
▪ Jones still faces a misdemeanor charge of reckless driving and an infraction for running a red light.
▪ Men are more likely to run a red light, forget to signal, or drink and drive.
▪ The running lights flashed off and a thick silence filled up the day.
▪ The bigger issue is, will San Franciscans still be allowed to run red lights across Market Street?
▪ When you run a red light, a few coins save a fine.
see red
▪ I immediately saw red and wanted to prove him wrong.
▪ He could see red uniforms further up the river bank, evidence that the Lancers had found a place to cross.
▪ He looks down and sees red fur.
▪ Jody sees Red as a great player who is settling for being a merely good player.
▪ Linda first saw Red at a middle school volleyball game.
▪ No day went by that did not see Red Hill patrolling the river.
▪ Quiet and observant walkers may see red deer along this particular stretch.
▪ When Swindon and Leicester meet, they often see red.
take the red eye
the Red Crescent
the Red Cross
up the workers!/up the reds! etc
EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
▪ a red dress
▪ He drove straight through a red light.
▪ Her cheeks were red with excitement.
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ A little touch of brightness in the room had been Patrick's red pyjamas, where had those pyjamas come from?
▪ Colbert had curly red hair and an aptitude for getting into scrapes.
▪ He saw the red flag come down for the final time over Red Square in Moscow.
▪ In the morning, when she calls her parents, her eyes are red and moist: from sleeplessness, he assumes.
▪ She was about eleven, with long red hair in two plaits.
▪ The red velvet background of the reliquary is studded with precious gems and valuable ornaments donated by her grateful clients.
II.noun
COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
■ ADJECTIVE
bright
▪ There is an enormous range of colours available, from bright reds and yellows, through buffs and browns, to purplish-black.
dark
▪ Old velvet curtains of dark red draped the window.
▪ The blood spurted up over the berries and dyed them a dark red.
deep
▪ Even the interior decorations of the houses seem to feature that same deep red.
▪ The room itself owed much to Ixibatabian fashion, being decorated in deep reds, terra cotta, and ochre yellow.
▪ She was clutching her coat tightly around her waist; her face and neck were flushed a deep red.
fiery
▪ Leafless by early November, the pencil-thin twigs are a uniform fiery red, rising as high as seven feet.
rich
▪ Both provide sensational autumn leaf colour in rich reds and purples.
▪ In their newly decorated dining room, alive with rich, warm reds, the grand repast consisted of three meager chops.
▪ Inland, the rich red of the plough fields glowed in the sunshine.
▪ Her face looked pale and extinguished, as if dimmed by the rich red of her dress.
▪ From rich reds and burnished golds to rainbow hues, the selections are plentiful and the palette pretty.
■ VERB
paint
▪ The Steam Tank body itself was painted in the vivid reds, blues and yellows that are typical of the Engineers Guild.
▪ The churches are painted an earthy red, with red domes and cupolas, and thick red velvet curtains decorate the insides.
▪ Window frames painted a vermilion red and decorated with colored glass were polished over and over.
PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
better Red than dead
bleed red ink
paint the town (red)
▪ Tonight we're going to paint the town red. b. Tonight we're going to colour the city scarlet. 38a.
red as a beet
red-headed/curly-headed etc
roll out the red carpet
▪ Practically lies down and purrs ... Well it's nice to roll out the red carpet, isn't it?
run a (red) light
▪ An old man who worked in a poultry store was stopped for running a light.
▪ For every motorist who runs a red light, there are five pedestrians who do it.
▪ It was going to sea with only its running lights on.
▪ Jones still faces a misdemeanor charge of reckless driving and an infraction for running a red light.
▪ Men are more likely to run a red light, forget to signal, or drink and drive.
▪ The running lights flashed off and a thick silence filled up the day.
▪ The bigger issue is, will San Franciscans still be allowed to run red lights across Market Street?
▪ When you run a red light, a few coins save a fine.
see red
▪ I immediately saw red and wanted to prove him wrong.
▪ He could see red uniforms further up the river bank, evidence that the Lancers had found a place to cross.
▪ He looks down and sees red fur.
▪ Jody sees Red as a great player who is settling for being a merely good player.
▪ Linda first saw Red at a middle school volleyball game.
▪ No day went by that did not see Red Hill patrolling the river.
▪ Quiet and observant walkers may see red deer along this particular stretch.
▪ When Swindon and Leicester meet, they often see red.
take the red eye
the Red Crescent
the Red Cross
up the workers!/up the reds! etc
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ Even the interior decorations of the houses seem to feature that same deep red.
▪ His hair, dyed tomato red for a new movie, sticks up every which way.
▪ Where are your promises of bright yellow and indigo, where are your streaks of red?
▪ Young reds will be purplish at the rim - as they age this becomes red, mahogany and eventually brown.
Wiktionary

red

Etymology 1

  1. 1 Having red as its color. 2 Of hair, having an orange-brown colour; ginger. 3 (label en often capitalized) leftwing, socialist, or communist. 4 (context US modern English) Supportive of or dominated by the political party represented by the color red, especially the U.S. Republican Party. 5 (context US modern English) Of, pertaining to, or run by (a member of) the political party represented by the color red, especially the U.S. Republican Party. 6 (context British English) Supportive of the Labour Party. 7 (context Germany politics English) Related to the http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social%20Democratic%20Party%20of%20Germany. 8 (context astronomy English) Of the lower-frequency region of the (typically visible) part of the electromagnetic spectrum which is relevant in the specific observation. 9 (context particle physics English) Having a color charge of red. n. 1 (context countable and uncountable English) Any of a range of colours having the longest wavelengths, 670 nm, of the visible spectrum; a primary additive colour for transmitted light: the colour obtained by subtracting green and blue from white light using magenta and yellow filters; the colour of blood, ripe strawberries, etc. 2 (context countable English) A revolutionary socialist or (most commonly) a Communist; (qualifier: usually capitalized) a Bolshevik, a supporter of the Bolsheviks in the Russian Civil War. 3 (context countable snooker English) One of the 15 red balls used in snooker, distinguished from the colours. 4 (context countable and uncountable English) #Adjective wine. Etymology 2

    v

  2. (context archaic English) (en-past of: rede) Etymology 3

    vb. (context colloquial English) (alternative spelling of redd English) Etymology 4

    vb. (context transitive Pennsylvania English) (alternative spelling of redd English)

The Collaborative International Dictionary

red

Wine \Wine\, n. [OE. win, AS. win, fr. L. vinum (cf. Icel. v[=i]n; all from the Latin); akin to Gr. o'i^nos, ?, and E. withy. Cf. Vine, Vineyard, Vinous, Withy.]

  1. The expressed juice of grapes, esp. when fermented; a beverage or liquor prepared from grapes by squeezing out their juice, and (usually) allowing it to ferment. ``Red wine of Gascoigne.''
    --Piers Plowman.

    Wine is a mocker, strong drink is raging, and whosoever is deceived thereby is not wise.
    --Prov. xx. 1.

    Bacchus, that first from out the purple grape Crushed the sweet poison of misused wine.
    --Milton.

    Note: Wine is essentially a dilute solution of ethyl alcohol, containing also certain small quantities of ethers and ethereal salts which give character and bouquet. According to their color, strength, taste, etc., wines are called red, white, spirituous, dry, light, still, etc.

  2. A liquor or beverage prepared from the juice of any fruit or plant by a process similar to that for grape wine; as, currant wine; gooseberry wine; palm wine.

  3. The effect of drinking wine in excess; intoxication.

    Noah awoke from his wine.
    --Gen. ix. 2

  4. Birch wine, Cape wine, etc. See under Birch, Cape, etc. Spirit of wine. See under Spirit. To have drunk wine of ape or To have drunk wine ape, to be so drunk as to be foolish. [Obs.] --Chaucer. Wine acid. (Chem.) See Tartaric acid, under Tartaric. Wine apple (Bot.), a large red apple, with firm flesh and a rich, vinous flavor. Wine fly (Zo["o]l.), small two-winged fly of the genus Piophila, whose larva lives in wine, cider, and other fermented liquors. Wine grower, one who cultivates a vineyard and makes wine. Wine measure, the measure by which wines and other spirits are sold, smaller than beer measure. Wine merchant, a merchant who deals in wines. Wine of opium (Pharm.), a solution of opium in aromatized sherry wine, having the same strength as ordinary laudanum; -- also Sydenham's laudanum. Wine press, a machine or apparatus in which grapes are pressed to extract their juice. Wine skin, a bottle or bag of skin, used, in various countries, for carrying wine. Wine stone, a kind of crust deposited in wine casks. See 1st Tartar, 1. Wine vault.

    1. A vault where wine is stored.

    2. A place where wine is served at the bar, or at tables; a dramshop.
      --Dickens.

      Wine vinegar, vinegar made from wine.

      Wine whey, whey made from milk coagulated by the use of wine.

WordNet

red

  1. adj. having any of numerous bright or strong colors reminiscent of the color of blood or cherries or tomatoes or rubies [syn: reddish, ruddy, blood-red, carmine, cerise, cherry, cherry-red, crimson, ruby, ruby-red, scarlet]

  2. characterized by violence or bloodshed; "writes of crimson deeds and barbaric days"- Andrea Parke; "fann'd by Conquest's crimson wing"- Thomas Gray; "convulsed with red rage"- Hudson Strode [syn: crimson, violent]

  3. (especially of the face) reddened or suffused with or as if with blood from emotion or exertion; "crimson with fury"; "turned red from exertion"; "with puffy reddened eyes"; "red-faced and violent"; "flushed (or crimson) with embarrassment" [syn: crimson, reddened, red-faced, flushed]

  4. red with or characterized by blood; "waving our red weapons o'er our heads"- Shakespeare; "The Red Badge of Courage"; "the red rules of tooth and claw"- P.B.Sears

  5. [also: redding, redded, reddest, redder]

red

  1. n. the quality or state of the chromatic color resembling the hue of blood [syn: redness]

  2. a tributary of the Mississippi River that flows eastward from Texas along the southern boundary of Oklahoma and through Louisiana [syn: Red River]

  3. emotionally charged terms used to refer to extreme radicals or revolutionaries [syn: Bolshevik, Marxist, pinko, bolshie]

  4. the amount by which the cost of a business exceeds its revenue; "the company operated at a loss last year"; "the company operated in the red last year" [syn: loss, red ink] [ant: gain]

  5. [also: redding, redded, reddest, redder]

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

red

"Bolshevik," 1917, from red (adj.1), the color they adopted for themselves. Association in Europe of red with revolutionary politics (on notion of blood and violence) is from at least 1297, but got a boost 1793 with adoption of the red Phrygian cap (French bonnet rouge) as symbol of the French Revolution. First specific political reference in English was 1848 (adj.), in news reports of the Second French Republic (a.k.a. Red Republic). Red China is from 1934. The noun meaning "radical, communist" is from 1851.

red

Old English read "red," from Proto-Germanic *rauthaz (cognates: Old Norse rauðr, Danish rød, Old Saxon rod, Old Frisian rad, Middle Dutch root, Dutch rood, German rot, Gothic rauþs). As a noun from mid-13c.\n

\nThe Germanic words are from PIE root *reudh- "red, ruddy" (cognates: Latin ruber, also dialectal rufus "light red," mostly of hair; Greek erythros; Sanskrit rudhira-; Avestan raoidita-; Old Church Slavonic rudru, Polish rumiany, Russian rumjanyj "flushed, red," of complexions, etc.; Lithuanian raudas; Old Irish ruad, Welsh rhudd, Breton ruz "red"). The only color for which a definite common PIE root word has been found. The initial -e- in the Greek word is because Greek tends to avoid beginning words with -r-.\n

\nAlong with dead, bread (n.), lead (n.1), the vowel shortened in Middle English. The surname Read/Reid retains the original Old English long vowel pronunciation and is the corresponding surname to Brown-, Black, White.\n

\nThe color designation of Native Americans in English from 1580s. The color as characteristic of "British possessions" on a map is attested from 1885. Red-white-and-blue in reference to American patriotism, from the colors of the flag, is from 1840; in a British context, in reference to the Union flag, 1852. The red flag was used as a symbol of defiance in battle on land or sea from c.1600. To see red "get angry" is an American English expression first recorded 1898. Red rover, the children's game, attested from 189

  1. Red light as a sign to stop is from 1849, long before traffic signals. As the sign of a brothel, it is attested from 1899. As a children's game (in reference to the traffic light meaning) it is recorded from 1953.\n

    \nRed-letter day (late 14c.) was originally a saint's day, marked on church calendars in red letters. Red ball signifying "express" in railroad jargon is 1904, originally (1899) a system of moving and tracking freight cars. Red dog, type of U.S. football pass rush, is recorded from 1959. Red meat is from 1808. Red shift in spectography is first recorded 1923. Red carpet "sumptuous welcome" is from 1934, but the custom for dignitaries is described as far back as Aeschylus ("Agamemnon"); it also was the name of a type of English moth.

Gazetteer

Usage examples of "red".

There he himself stood in a dark blue loincloth with a white pinstripe, his chest abloom with curly red hair and tasteful pseudo-tattoos, his fingers heavy with rings, his ankles clanking with bracelets.

It was filled not quite to the brim with a mass of what looked like thick red slime and it bubbled continuously as if aboil on some gigantic stove.

As she leaned against the wall of the house, the rough texture of the red brick gently abraded her bare shoulders.

Tim had always found himself especially attuned to the deserted charms of Candie Gardens in winter, enjoying the bare traceries of the trees and the widened harbour view, the few points of colour against the monochrome background - the red and pink of the camellias near the top gate, the hanging yellow bells of the winter-flowering abutilon with their red clappers, even the iridescence of the mallard drake circling the largest of the ponds with his speckled mate.

The one who walked away from the Red Cross group and met Abies before the shootout.

In a burst of red abysmal ferocity it was over, except for one wretch who fled screaming back the way the priests had come, pursued by a swarm of blood-dabbled shapes of horror which reached out their red-smeared hands for him.

With a redder, more abysmal gleam in his deep dark eyes he told of men and women flayed alive, mutilated and dismembered, of captives howling under tortures so ghastly that even the barbarous Cimmerian grunted.

New Orleans, simply clothed in homespun cotton striped red and blue, abysmally poor and surrounded by swarms of children who all seemed to bear names like Nono and Vev6 and Bibi, cheerfully selling powdered file and alligator hides and going away again without bothering, like the Americans did, to sample the delights of the big city.

Then Don Esteban took from his breast pocket a bundle of thongs tanned the color of acanthus wood, the fringes of which, painted red, were twisted into numerous knots.

At the edge of the field of vision, the Doppler telemeter and accelerometer spat out their little red numbers so rapidly that it was difficult to read the indicated speed.

The reds, as a rule, are affected by acids, and, therefore, it is not possible to use an acid bath with Benzopurpurine, Congo red, with the possible exception of the Titan reds and scarlets, Diamine scarlet, Benzo fast scarlet, Purpuramine, which are faster to acetic acid than the other reds of this class of dye-stuffs.

The trees had the thickest of canopies, stunningly clothed in the reds and golds and russets of their autumn canopies: I spent many an hour while Achates slept in my arms watching their seductive dancing against the sky.

Charley had to read it through red achiote juice and purple tattoo stippling, but the eyes seemed to belong to a man he could do bidness with, as they say in Texas.

The heart and facial features were clearly outlined with bright red achiote and the entire figure was torn with lance marks.

Grannie wants you to go down to Acme Films at ten fifteen when they will screen all the film we have of Red Army people who work for the Karlshorst Security Control Area.