red stripe


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red stripe

[′red ¦strīp]
(plant pathology)
A fungus decay of timber caused by Polyporus vaporarius and characterized by reddish streaks.
A bacterial disease of sugarcane caused by Xanthomonas rubrilineans and characterized by red streaks in the young leaves, followed by invasion of the vascular system.
References in classic literature ?
"The handkerchief is a large one, blue with red stripes and the cap is an old Basque cap, like the one you are wearing now."
"How do you know that the handkerchief is blue with red stripes?"
"Because, if it had not been blue with red stripes, it would not have been found at all."
"Lost.--Whereas Mordecai Smith, boatman, and his son, Jim, left Smith's Wharf at or about three o'clock last Tuesday morning in the steam launch Aurora, black with two red stripes, funnel black with a white band, the sum of five pounds will be paid to any one who can give information to Mrs.
It was brown in colour, with faint red stripes, and grew a thick coat.
Red stripe tie-sleeve dress, PS8, Pretty Little Thing.
Oliver Gavin's car is a dark gray color with a red stripe in the center and an interior trimmed in red leather.
Stitch red stripe B to left side of joined patches and press.
Moreover, players have posted pictures this week alongside their wives and girlfriends with the red stripe on their cheek, with the wives and girlfriends wearing red lipstick.
"Red Stripe personifies the bands identity and sound, obviously the Jamaican heritage of the music but also the good time, party vibe," bassist Paul Thompson told The Korea Times.
3 best bits 1 Paloma Faith presented Rag 'n' Bone Man with his Best Breakthrough Act - sponsored by Red Stripe - in a, er, red stripy jumpsuit.