mauve


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mauve

1. any of various pale to moderate pinkish-purple or bluish-purple colours
2. a reddish-purple aniline dye
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Mauve is based in Unit 9 of the Regency West Mall, Stockton.
The current 100-peso bank notes can still be used for daily transactions for payment of goods and services and will commingle with the new 100-peso bank notes with stronger mauve or violet color until supplies of the first version last, the BSP said.
Entitled "mauve en mouvement", Armani's collection is a play on textures, length and volume all the while remaining natural with various shades of mauve and pink.
Shorts et chaussettes seront assortis Le short et les chaussettes portes avec ce maillot exterieur du Real Madrid 2016-2017 seront de la meme couleur mauve.
They have names like Tonga, Samoa and Barbados and come in limited colour range of mainly purple, rose and mauve.
The collection is completed by the vivid red and purple of Army Nurse, the delicate cream and lilac of Hawkshead, the semi-double white and red Snowcap, the magenta and mauve Tom Thumb and the mauve and purple of Beacon.
Kirsty Roberts, Morpeth, Northumberland MAUVE is a warm colour that loses none of its intensity in full sun or deep shade.
PADDY POWER were relieved by the Queen's decision to wear mauve yesterday, as it foiled a major payout on yellow being Her Majesty's preferred colour on day three of the royal meeting.
One small criticism is that Ludgate Hill is rather dull this year, owing to a lot of the flowers being dark mauve and purple, which are not as showy as the reds and yellows.
Available in red, cream, black, chocolate, pink, blue, mauve and navy.
The genesis of this quirky story was the author observing road rage incidents while stuck in traffic and pondering the calming influence of a mauve traffic light upon enraged drivers.