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Indian red

[′in·dē·ən ′red]
(materials)
Iron-oxide-base, maroon pigment; used to polish gold, silver, and other metals. Also known as iron saffron.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Insulin reverses haemodynamic changes and pulmonary oedema in children stung by the Indian red scorpion Mesobuthus tamulus concanesis, Pocock.
Caption: NOT TRAVELING--"Mural on Indian Red Ground," by American artist Jackson Pollock, will not leave Iran to be seen abroad.
Management of the cardiovascular manifestations of poisoning by the Indian red scorpion (Mesobuthustamulus).
Management of cardiovascular manifestations of poisoning by the Indian red scorpion (Mesobuthus tamulus).
Yeolekar, "Insulin administration reverses the metabolic and electrocardiographic changes in acute myocarditis induced by Indian red scorpion (Buthus tamulus) venom in experimental dogs," Indian Heart Journal, vol.
The Indian Red Cross Society also had disaster response teams ready while the air force, fresh from helping evacuate thousands from floods in the Himalayas in June, was also on standby.
A big hit on the International as well as the Indian red carpet, Amrapali jewellery works with both Indian and western wear.
The list included Indian red sugar which contain impurities, insects and has bad smell.
Crayola Crayons used to have a colour called Indian Red. Not anymore.
Friday Processed Beats presents Clouds, JD Twitch, HaHaHa and more The Arches, Glasgow Clouds, JD Twitch, HaHaHa, Death By Repetition, Roman Nose, Any Colour Black, Indian Red Lopez and Ginger Beard Men form the full line-up for a night fused with electronic music.
The first vehicle to roll off the line was an Indian red Boxster S with a black soft top.
For example, there is a Colour Study (undated) on blotting paper consisting of a large, roughly applied block of Indian red with four test dabs in different pigments below; it has the feeling of one of Rothko's shimmering blocks of colour.

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