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Fair point, though certainly Callahan would’ve been madder in defeat than victory.
Photo: Ronald Martinez/Getty Images The only thing madder than a down-to-the-wire upset by the tournament’s internationally beloved team was another thrilling upset in the next game.
Names like toluidine toner, byaku gunjo, madder lake, maple soot, and dragon’s blood (speaking of Hogwarts) are as beautiful as the pigments that bear them.
The vibrant purple of the woman’s robe, for example, was created with madder lake, a natural pigment that was widely used to dye textiles.
Over the centuries, popular plants used for dyes included indigo, madder and saffron.
And the national attention focused on him in the wake of killing Booth drove him madder still.
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