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Butcher Alberto Casias took off his burgundy apron and caught the baby, Sepulveda said.
The outfits Kate opted for a festive burgundy coat by an independent British dressmaker with a matching velvet fascinator by Jane Corbett.
But the burgundy passports were introduced in 1988, so many Britons have known no other color.
The government Friday said the U.K. would ditch burgundy—the color the bloc recommends its members use—and return to the navy blue the country gave up in 1988.
Britain’s burgundy passports were first issued a generation ago, in 1988.
The driver was in a burgundy car and fled the crash in the 7200 block of W. Carmen Ave.
Future's gold satin jacket is on the flashy end of the spectrum, while Young's oversize burgundy option is a lower-key flex.
The shimmering purple Holdo heel is the ideal match for Holdo’s mauve hair and draped burgundy cape.
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Origin and Etymology of burgundy
First Known Use: 1664See Words from the same year
Definition of Burgundy
Burgundianplay \(ˌ)bər-ˈgən-dē-ən\ adjective or noun
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