cerise


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cerise

a. a moderate to dark red colour
b. (as adjective): a cerise scarf
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And following their efforts, Cerise, 56, helped raise more than PS500 for the charity yesterday.
Under the Cerise brand, Fairway Unlimited manufactures women western wear including but not limited to Tops, Tunics & Dresses.
The La Boulangerie Delice aux Cerise is a soft chocolate sponge topped with cherries, enrobed with a rich chocolate mousse and finished with a chocolate flavoured glaze.
Cerise said it is LSU's intentions for the board to hold its first meeting some time in August.
For a vibrant contrast, mix lime green with either yellow or cerise.
Cerise Nutraceuticals, Traverse City, MI, has received a $100,000 grant from the Julian-Stille Value Added Agricultural Fund under the Michigan Department of Agriculture.
He falls in love with Cerise (which gets a little steamy) and in the end, Ravirn and Cerise work together (after Atropos kidnaps Cerise to get Ravirn to surrender) along with the other sentient computer program sidekicks that the Fates have trashed over the years as they upgraded to newer machines.
The soft, biomorphic cylinder of Truncated (pink) has been formed out of a skin of bright pink dots--actually squarish tins filled with shades varying from cerise to pale rose.
A floor length devore velvet hipster cocktail dress in Cerise epitomises the themes of Ghost's autumn winter collection of 2005.
Along Marsal Tito Street (the main north-south thoroughfare in the east side of the town), large Habsburg commercial buildings like the Secessionist Landsbank by Josip Vancas and municipal ones like the girls' high school are stone shells overgrown with sumac bushes, pink, rose and cerise hollyhocks, snapdragons and orange jasmine.