Indian red


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Indian red

[′in·dē·ən ′red]
(materials)
Iron-oxide-base, maroon pigment; used to polish gold, silver, and other metals. Also known as iron saffron.
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Young volunteers of the Indian Red Cross Society will be given direction towards self-sufficiency and sustainability.
Indian red scorpion (Buthus tamulus) venom-induced augmentation of cardiac reflexes is mediated through the involvement of peripheral 5-HT3 and central 5-HT1A receptor subtypes.
For example, there is a Colour Study (undated) on blotting paper consisting of a large, roughly applied block of Indian red with four test dabs in different pigments below; it has the feeling of one of Rothko's shimmering blocks of colour.
Question: How much will it cost to medically insure my Indian red neck parrot?
Nilofar said that Indian Red Cross can play a leading role in providing assistance and other health facilities to the Pakistanis languishing in Indian jails.
Its most prized piece, "Mural on Indian Red Ground," a violent spatter of color painted by Jackson Pollack in 1950, fills half a wall.
We ordered thousands of these Indian red roses this morning," said a Filipino florist in Jeddah who only wanted to be named Armando.
Further colours available on this special model are Black, Indian Red, Speed Yellow and Carrara White, as well as Arctic Silver Metallic available at extra cost.
They used an Indian red livery (bordering on brown) until the 1930s when the more familiar red colour was introduced.
Wawona proudly features special freestone peach varieties like the White Babcock and the Indian Red for customers interested in developing products with unique colors and taste.
In India, humanitarian groups such as the Indian Red Cross have turned a blind eye to around 7,000 people, mostly Dalits or ''untouchables,'' evicted to West Bengal since February 2003, the report said.

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