Day-Glo


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Day-Glo

a. a brand of fluorescent colouring materials, as of paint
b. (as modifier): Day-Glo colours
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But the film is never less than cool and exhilarating and who knew pink balaclavas and Day-Glo bikinis would be the chosen attire for gun-toting hit girls?
Roads will be gray, home is black, the day-glo orange are alternative road.
Mr Tyson said the Irish government are planning compulsory, full sleeve day-glo jackets for all riders and pillion passengers.
Irn-Bru, the virulently day-glo drink that's put hairs on the chests of countless lads and lassies north of the border, was under the microscope last week as EU boffins pondered whether to take away the E-numbers that are such a staple of British life.
Ao Ireland plans compulsory, full sleeve day-glo jackets for riders and pillions, France is debating compulsory reflective/day-glo clothing.
His signature is color, as in Day-glo dogs and hunter-safety-hued cats.
In the case of Kesey, who died 10 years ago this November, maybe those hats are Day-Glo yellow.
50) Verdict: Hot orange, this day-glo colour is bright, bright, bright.
Day-Glo brothers: The true story of Bob and Joe Switzer's bright ideas and brand-new colors.
Replying to Bob Nelson's letter in the August issue regarding day-glo shot: Around 1966, reps from 3M proposed to use the roads at Fort Ord to test their reflective products.
co-drummer goddess Lizzi Bougatsos' art pieces: feminist, controlled chaos that is abstract, urgent and, among its decoupage of lady double drumming and stalagmite noise loops, is a total analogue to a cosmic day-glo penis krazy glued onto a yield sign.
If you like your comedy day-glo with crass, puerile humour and cultural stereotypes, you'll enjoy this mess.