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 will also provide BrightHouse with web marketing services and monthly reports on site visits and page impressions.
One of these is Adriene Jenik' s CD-ROM translation, Mauve Desert.
And I do hope your mauve vapors will purge me of him, so I don't have to feel any shame, at my age you know, thyme, at my age, but if you can't,
com, PS89 WALLPAPER, Fabrics and TOWEL T S TOWELS Mauve damask towels, Newt, www.
However, another theory put forward by scientists is that over-fishing by commercial vessels has radically reduced the numbers of many of the mauve stingers' predators such as trigger fish, sunfish and turtles.
Expert tip Continue the theme by decorating your doorstep this spring with a giant terracotta pot filled with Bowles mauve wallflowers inter-planted with blue grape hyacinths and edged with pink-flowered bellis daisies.
Other good varieties include the compact, low-growing E "Wenlock Beauty", whose copper flowers fade to mauve, while "Plantworld Gold" produces gold flowers which age to purple.
Wenlock Beauty', whose copper flowers fade to mauve, while 'Plantworld Gold' produces gold flowers which age to purple.
The V5C/4 tear-off for Notification of Permanent Export on the second page of the dodgy documents is mauve on the front and pink on the reverse.
Her mauve, Grecian-inspired Marchesa gown glowed with a crystal-encrusted neckline that fell in thick strands over her shoulders.
It is invaluable for providing colour from August until the first frosts in shades of white, pink, mauve andblue.