cherry-red


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

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The cherry-red Gibson SG special guitar fetched $65,000, while an acoustic guitar which Pete used to write hit 'Behind Blue Eyes' sold for $27,500.
same as cherry-red lips, but has the lips in the Senate
As you traverse the globe this year, be it on one of the small boutique airlines that became trendy in 2006 (Eos, MiMa, Privatair), in the forthcoming Airbus A380 (those mammoth super-long-haul planes finally go airborne this year after months of delays), on the new high-speed Qnghai-Tibet train, in a convertible cherry-red Mustang hogging Route 66, or via floating gay utopia (LGBT transatlantic and transpacific cruises are planned in 2007!), remember: There's really no limit to where we as out travelers go next.
n Life is not a bowl of cherries, but there is sometimes pleasure to be had in cherry-red shoes.
It's really a beautiful, cherry-red color, and it's down to the middle of her back.
com will be entered into a draw to win Phil's five-piece cherry-red Premier XPK drumkit that featured on their hit Paranoid Android.
The first of Dr Marten's cherry-red, eight-eyelet boots rolled off the production line in Wollaston, Northamptonshire, in April 1960 and they have been a fashion leader ever since, surviving political changes, cultural upheaval, social revolution and fashion rebellions.
(wine-rose), Out of this World (cinnamon), Russian to a Party (deep sparkling burgundy), Mauve-a-rita, Por Favor (mauve), Grape Wall of China (amethyst), Int'l Date Line (dark brown), 20 Candles on My Cake (cherry-red) and Matadore Red (crimson).
Sales of the flower, a hybrid tea variety with large, fragrant, cherry-red flowers, will help raise money for Amnesty International.
Seven women sporting cherry-red leotards and black tights, and three men in black tops and Prussian blue pants, patterned the stage with linear grids and serial procedures that might have been spat out of a computer.
True neon signs, containing pure neon gas, glow cherry-red.
The intentional contrast in thickness and materials is heightened by the pipes' cherry-red paint.
Here too, color--the brilliant cherry-red of the Thunderbird set off against the pale gray of its background--heightens the drama, and sets up another arena of pictorial pleasure.
Edward "Ned" Fritz, 77 years old and dressed like a tropical tourist in a cherry-red shirt embroidered with a yellow parrot, stands at the head of the chapel with his back to Creation.
Echoing historical conventions of portrait painting, each figure in these photographs is identified with or by a thing of some sort: a powerful-looking man with long, dark sideburns holds an M-16 across his massive chest; a woman with straight, straw-colored hair and cherry-red lips parted just enough to reveal a flash of white teeth holds a bowl of red apples; another barrel-chested man stands in a pose nearly identical to that of the Augustus of Primaporta, but holds a Macintosh Powerbook in place of a staff.