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Synonyms for ruby

a transparent piece of ruby that has been cut and polished and is valued as a precious gem

a transparent deep red variety of corundum

a deep and vivid red color

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of a color at the end of the color spectrum (next to orange)

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Arax, a staff writer at the Times for 20 years, echoed that last point: "So many newspapers today, my own included, are desperately trying to figure out what readers want.
(48) With her leading role in this dinner table "play," Arax works to undermine the label "starving Armenians" as her abundant meals demonstrate that she and her family are anything but "starving": "In the kitchen, [Arax] was really saying[,] We are alive and well, things have order, the world has grace and style" (51).
Arax and Wartzman tell their story with irresistible energy and style; who would have thought a book on cotton farming could be a page-turner?
(54.) David Igler, Industrial Cowboys: Miller & Lux and the Transformation of the Far West, 1850-1920 (Berkeley, Calif., 2001); Mark Arax and Rick Wartzman, The King of California: J.G.
(34.) "Au fleuve de son nom, hors d'espoir s'esr jette:/Tournd en l'herhe Arax...."
Wallace 1926 Miss Marian Borros 1926 Miss Anna Bray 1926 Miss Arax M.
There have also been discussions about the usefulness of implementing such policies in other cities (see Arax, 1994; Turner & Reichman, 1995).
Azerbaijan along the River Arax and in the area of North-South transport corridor connecting Iran and Armenia.
Bulk spices and seasonings, and also dried fruits, nuts and candy are displayed on stands throughout the packed market, which is located parallel to Arax Street, Burj Hammoud's shopping hub.
Those include the construction of two hydroelectric plants on the Arax river marking the Armenian-Iranian border and a pipeline that will ship Iranian fuel to Armenia.
-- LA Observed: LA Times staff writer Mark Arax demands an apology from the paper's managing editor over the pulling of a recent story about the Armenian genocide.
For copies of the reports call Anya Arax at CLASP, (202) 906-8031 or Karen Schulman at the defense fund, (202) 628-8787.
Armenia's Energy Minister Karen Galustian said a 140-km pipeline is to be built soon from Tabriz to the Arax River, which forms the border between the two countries.
To quote the Times's Mark Arax, whose reporting on Corcoran is one of the great journalistic achievements of the decade, "By forcing such explosive combinations...corrections officials believed that the gangs would brutalize each other into submission, according to internal memos and interviews with SHU staffers.