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The green chartreuse is vegetal and sweet while the violette is floral and rich.
Engine Room’s La Flama Blanca combines Lunazul reposado tequila, Del Maguey Vida mezcal, green chartreuse, tomatillos pureed with cilantro, lime juice and sugar.
Black walls and thick charcoal carpet were brightened by tessellating series of slim white stripes, while the door and closet popped in bright chartreuse.
Outlook: Camp Branch Marina reports: White bass good on jigs or minnows on the flats and near bridge pillars or riprap, also off the pay docks; crappies good on jigs (chartreuse is best) or minnows off the pay docks; all other species slow.
In longline trolling, jigs from 1/32 to 1/8 ounce dressed with soft plastic swimmer tails about 1.5 to 2.5 inches long in white, yellow or chartreuse--Mr.
The rooms are conservative and elegant, and unusually spacious, if a little tired; the chartreuse and dark green carpets show some signs of wear, and one quickly notices the lack of convenient outlets by the bed.
Gemini: chartreuse, orange, lime green, viridian green, and canary yellow Moody and curious to your core, Gordon explains Geminis are attracted toward unique mental energy and vibrancy.
Outlook: Guide Vic Oertle reports: Wipers fair on topwater baits, Double-W Shad Flutter spoons and Bubbas (white and chartreuse are best) in shallow water, over humps and off windy points.
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Origin and Etymology of chartreuse
First Known Use: 1884See Words from the same year
Definition of Chartreuse
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