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The orangey reddish fruit that appear after the flower has died is one of the best sources of ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) in the world.
The wine in your glass is likely to be an orangey-pink skin-contact white from Slovenia instead of a Napa Sauvignon Blanc, and the bread on the table is dark and profoundly sour.
The orangey eyeshadow kit went so bonkers that its parents at TF decided to give it a little sister.
That pattern established the home's style and palette of powder blues, moody greens and orangey reds with pops of pink.
Its hues inspired the pale green walls and orangey sofa.
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