cerise


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cerise

a. a moderate to dark red colour
b. (as adjective): a cerise scarf
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The show directed by Majgaonkar includes two 40-minute plays by Australian playwright Cerise de Gelder that are being performed outside Australia for the first time.
"You are not fixing things all the time because of big rocks going through there breaking things," Cerise said.
And following their efforts, Cerise, 56, helped raise more than PS500 for the charity yesterday.
Organise conjointement par l'Association cerise Sefrou, la commune urbaine et la province, ce festival devrait attirer entre 500.000 et 600.000 visiteurs et spectateurs.
Mother's Day Elegance [pounds sterling]29.99: Featuring cerise freesias, cream/peach germini, pink large-headed roses white stallion chrysanthemums and lilac September flower with eucalyptus and salal, presented in a cream ceramic pot and trimmed with a Mother's Day ribbon.
While decrying these qualities he is pictured in his cerise robes in front of a magnificent mansion - Bishopthorpe Palace, near York, which for 750 years has been the home of the Archbishops of York.
Her cerise doublebreasted crepe coat costs PS1,500 and is from the current Mulberry Autumn/ Winter collection - but it has already sold out online.
Our set consists of 'Johnson's Blue', cinereum 'Ballerina' (pink), sanguineum 'Striatum' (white/pink), cinereum 'Giuseppe' (purple), sanguineum 'Alba' (white/yellow) and 'Max Frei' (cerise).
hederifolium) THIS pint-sized specimen looks so delicate, with its flowers in shades of white, pink, cerise and magenta appearing in early autumn before the ivy-shaped leaves with heavy marbling.