vermillion

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Synonyms for vermillion

of a vivid red to reddish-orange color

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Chinese red yeast rice (Monascus purpureus) for primary hyperlipidemia: a metaanalysis of randomized controlled trials.
The Chinese Red Cross Foundation (CRCF) is a national public fundraising organization registered through the Ministry of Civil Affairs as an independent corporation, under the administration of the Chinese Red Cross Society.
Overall results indicated that MAP treatments improved the retention of moisture, color and texture and reduced the ripening process in organic Chinese red raspberry fruit during postharvest storage.
Foreign ministry spokesman Hong Lei said in a statement that the first batch of Chinese Red Cross relief workers will depart for the Philippines on Wednesday, and an additional emergency medical assistance team will be dispatched "within the next few days".
Initially, China pledged $100,000 in aid to the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan roared across central islands a week ago, and a further $100,000 through the Chinese Red Cross -- figures dwarfed by multi-million dollar donations from countries and corporations around the world.
The Chinese Red Cross said it was sending 200 tents, 1,000 sets of household items, and 2,000 jackets to the area and sending teams from both Lanzhou and Beijing to help with relief work and assess further needs.
The Red Cross Society of China and the Chinese Red Cross Foundation announced a donation bank account and opened a variety of contributions to the path.
The Chinese Red Cross said it had deployed relief teams with supplies of food, water, medicine and rescue equipment to the disaster areas.
It wasn't until after he graduated, this time living in Japan, that he taught himself his first Chinese red song from a CD he bought on holiday.
Look for the upper class ivory colour, the emergency Chinese red phone and jade green, which was made for some government departments (worth about PS600 or more).
What is the technical term for the leaves of ANSWERS: 1 Katharine Hepburn; 2 The shoulder blade; 3 Fronds; 4 Sir Francis Beaufort; 5 The Chinese Red Army; 6 Snooker; 7 Cuzco; 8 Dame Myra Hess; 9 The Ionian Sea; 10 Evelyn Greenslade.
For these crisp, garlicky ribs, Alexander Ong, chef of Betelnut restaurant in San Francisco, uses Chinese red vinegar and mushroom soy sauce.
Here, it's Asian fusion to the max, with the geometric forms, warm wood tones of maple and oak and exquisite craftsmanship of the cabinets providing the perfect foil for accents of bright Chinese red and black lacquer.
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