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indigo blue

[′in·də·gō ′blü]
(organic chemistry)
C16H10O2N2 A component of the dye indigo, crystallizing as dark-blue rhomboids that break down at 30°C, that are soluble in hot aniline and hot chloroform, and that are also made synthetically; used as a reagent and a dye. Also known as indigo.
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According to the Guidance for Industry Botanical Drug Products, the CMC report isolated indirubin and indigo blue only.
Flat runners with form include Indigo Blue (155), a Night Shift three-year-old who was third in the Listed Prix Djebel for Jean-Paul Gallorini in April; Birbone (214), a three-year-old Sendawar colt from Jean-Marie Beguigne's yard, who was fourth in the Listed Prix Matchem last month; Whisperor (226), an improving son of Linamix with two wins and a Listed fourth place to his credit, from the Aga Khan's draft; and Simbad (209), a four-year-old winning half-brother to Domedriver, from the Niarchos family.
Cream Of The Crop's Tom Keogh said: "Blue potatoes have a dark purple skin and the flesh is deep indigo blue which retains its colour after cooking.
As we started our travels in our beat-up station wagon, filled to the brim with camping gear, food, clothes and piles of my knitting projects, I feared that we would somehow be found out: that as we journeyed across the South, into states tinted much redder than the indigo blue with which I fear I am permanently stained, that folks would force us to turn around at the borders, denying us passage.
Painted in the muddy, offbeat colors that characterize Danz's most recent work, it contrasts the pale glow of a row of houses with a dense indigo blue to turn the picture's incidentals--trees, sky, road--into
The shades of indigo blue emphasize the visual pun, using color to describe a genre of music, an auditory form that appropriated visual language.
The home's interior boasts new wood-frame windows, new walnut floors stained indigo blue, two new bathrooms complete with a steam shower and Jacuzzi tub, while the already beautiful yard received a new landscape, driveway, and sheet-metal and redwood fence.
The rugs were described as using rich, natural vegetable-dyed colors, including pomegranate red, indigo blue, saffron yellow, earth-tone browns and exotic flowers.
Made of fiberglass-reinforced nylon resin, the handle is indigo blue and textured with a grip-sticking waffle pattern.
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I had them pay special attention to cast shadows on the board they were using, imploring them to use indigo blue rather than black and to keep those shadows transparent so that the viewer wouldn't confuse the shadow with the creamy opacity of the wrappers.