carroty


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carroty

of a reddish or yellowish-orange colour
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Yellow/light areas of the figure correspond to highly correlated ATS, red correspond to negatively correlated ATS and carroty areas correspond to uncorrelated ATS
He was thick bodied and had a big wad of carroty hair on top of his head, like a wig.
Yakov Fetser, who managed the asylum, a man whose carroty eyebrows appeared to be in flames, loaned us out to the families of the Duyanov community for a nominal fee.
The hair of his face, on the contrary, carroty and flaming, resembled a growth of copper wire clipped close to the line of the lip" ("Typhoon," Dent ed.
The sight of Fred's shrivelled, carroty nose lying forlornly on the sodden grass signalled the return of Ascot, Haydock, Uttoxeter and Wincanton, and also the appearance in the Racing Post of some of the most misleading bulletins since Chamberlain came back from Munich and advised us to lump on peace at 7-2, with no mention of a saver on world war at 4-6.
Because of this, she is kidnapped at age five by Carroty Kate and trained as a skinner, a person who lures wealthy children into dark corners, then steals clothes right off their backs.
She was snatched by a crook, Carroty Kate, when just five years old, and used to lure wealthy children away from their nannies to be skinned of their clothes and jewellery.
As German "Doodlebug" bombs convulsed wartime London, Caryll Houselander looked through her thick eyeglasses into the bathroom mirror and saw her carroty red pageboy framing a face that was not pretty.
The group also run activity camps in Halls Green and Carroty Wood, Kent, Climping Camp, Sussex, and Frontier Centre in Northamptonshire.
You can be as green as cabbage; as alike as two peas; full of beans; have carroty hair and cauliflower ears, be as cool as a cucumber...
Parsnip: Slightly carroty character, sweet, woody and herbaceous.