English red


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English red

[′iŋ·glish ′red]
(materials)
Pigment consisting mostly of red iron oxide.
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uk) is half the price of the English red but double the delight.
Croix in the Virgin Islands and are a blend of the English Red Poll and African N'Dama breeds.
September 9,1914: Huddersfield women were busy helping the war effort by sending clothes to the English Red Cross, the French Red Cross, the Belgian Red Cross and St John Ambulance.
People thought you could not produce an English red with that sort of alcohol level, but it just shows what can be done if conditions are right.
People thought that you could not produce an English red with that sort of alcohol level, but it just shows what can be done if conditions are right," he said.
Following restructuring and the introduction of the Welsh regions ten years ago, there's no doubt the meeting of these two legendary giants will spark a lot of interest," says the former Wales winger who will be Cwpan S4C, English red commentating live on the game on S4C.
Labour in Wales even discarded its "dragon tail" logo for the English red rose.
British producers were looking to capitalise on their export success by securing millions of pounds worth of trade at last week's Sial exhibition in Pards, where Eblex hosted a stand for 18 English red meat processors.
As a little girl she had read about Edith Cavell, the English Red Cross nurse in Brussels, who had helped Allied soldiers escape to neutral Holland in the war.
A REAL battle of David v Goliath took place at the Blaenau Gwent by-election - where the armies of the English red rose-carrying New Labour party crossed the Welsh border from London, where New Labour spent thousands of English pounds on leaflets.