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    RED COLOUR There are many colours in our world. Think of how bland and unexciting it would be without colour. Colours light up our surroundings‚ and inspire us to be creative. Also‚ we can learn many things from the natural colours we see and what they symbolize. Red always represents action‚ vigour‚ passion‚ and anger‚ which are all very active feelings. Where do we see red? How about…stop signs? They catch drivers’ eyes‚ as they require an immediate response to stop. To ‘raise a red flag’ means

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  • red lipstick

    dramatic‚ sexy‚ mysterious‚ sophistication or immortal? The color red can be interpreted in many ways. You see a lot of women with these vivid red lips; What message do you think they are sending? Red lipstick as we know is just a fashion trend and is commonly seen among women today. Red lipstick was not commonly worn by the everyday women years ago‚ but has transition the meanings. Red lipstick has a history from centuries ago to today; Is red lips a good or bad image for women? It is bold‚ dramatic

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  • The Red Apple

    The Red Apple The blossom‚ by their delightful smell and store of nectar‚ attract myriads of bees‚ and as a result of the fertilization effected by these visitors in their search of the buried nectar. The fruit develops and becomes in autumn the beautiful little crab apple‚ which when ripe is red in color‚ oval or pear shape‚ tasty and feeling is sweet‚ crisp and juicy. I like apple. On Saturday evening‚ I went to the cafeteria for dinner but there was nothing that I interested in to eat‚ but

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  • The Red Shoes

    Religious Symbolism in “The Red Shoes” In the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale “The Red Shoes‚” the color red appears on multiple occasions‚ each time symbolizing something different. The shifts in the meaning of the color can be related to the action in the story‚ and how Karen is feeling or being affected by her surroundings. Karen’s “red and sore ankles” in the opening of the story are the result of wearing wooden shoes in the winter. This redness

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  • red day

    disability from cardiovascular disease. A red letter day (sometimes hyphenated asred-letter day or called scarlet day in academia) is any day of special significance.The term originates from Medieval churchcalendars. Illuminated manuscripts often marked initial capitals and highlighted words in red ink‚ known as rubrics. The First Council of Nicaea in 325 decreed the saints’ days‚ feasts and other holy days‚ which came to be printed on church calendars in red. The term came into wider usage with the

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  • The Red Convertible

    “The Red Convertible” The Red Convertible is narrated by Lyman Lamartine. He tells a story from his recent past about his older half-brother‚ Henry. As Lyman tells the story‚ the year is 1974. The story about the relationship between the two main characters who are brothers living on a reservation in North Dakota. In this story lyman is a hard worker and always carry a good luck‚ at a very young he became the owner of a restaurant but unfortunatley disaster happens and it is blown over in a tornado

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  • The Color Red

    color (TR) is Red. (MP 1) The reason I chose red is because red is my favorite color. Why I like red has always been a mystery‚ until age 13. At the age of 13 I realized that I had an anger issue. I was very quick tempered. The simplest problem would trigger me into being angry. Wearing red lets some people know when I’m angry‚ whether it’s shoes‚ a shirt or even red socks. If you see me in red I’m angry. How else does red represents me? It also represents my life when I’m wearing red I’m living life

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  • Red Dye History

    loved their reds. Throughout this time‚ various native american groups throughout Mesoamerica and South America used as dyestuff. It wasn’t until the 16th Century‚ that the Spanish conquest pushed the kermes dye into the hands of the Europeans. In fact‚ “When Spanish explorers discovered [the dye] and Conquistadors invaded Central and South America in the late 15th and 16th centuries‚ they found well developed civilizations with rich natural resources‚ including an unusually fine red dye” (Werner

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  • The Red Hunting Cap

    The Red Hunting Cap Massimo Giannone There are many motifs throughout the Catcher in the Rye but one really interests me‚ and that is Holden’s red hunting cap. The red hunting cap is a motif that symbolizes Holden’s alter ego‚ the side of Holden that wants to confidently stand out. Its red colour is vibrant and eye-catching‚ its brim is pointier and different than a regular baseball cap that most kids wear‚ and by turning it backwards‚ it resembles a back catcher in baseball. All these characteristics

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  • Symbolism in the Red Convertible

    Symbolism of the Color Red in the Red Convertible The Red Convertible by Louise Erdrich is more than an emotional story about the lives of two brothers who grew up together on an Indian reservation. She uses a writing style that allows the reader to understand the text‚ while providing the opportunity to read into the story. Erdrich uses metaphors‚ symbols‚ imagery to describe and define the brothers Henry and Lyman’s relationship. The two brothers purchased the red convertible together.

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