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This dish name reportedly comes from its sinfully chocolatey flavor and the slight reddish hue of the cocoa powder used to make it.
However, the biggest surprise will see the colour red used much more evidently by Nike, with Footy Headlines claiming that a reddish shade will be present on the club's socks at the very least.
Jupiter’s roiling, reddish splotch is a tempest of truly Shakespearean proportions.
Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Avalanche,' Feather Reed Grass: A dense, narrow clump with variegated foliage topped with feathery, reddish-brown stalks in spring that turn golden in the fall.
This is juxtaposed with the image on the right of the reddish-brown color as the collision cooled in the days after.
His gray-blue shirt is buttoned up, reddish hair slicked to the side and beard perfectly trimmed.
The eggs hatch into tiny caterpillars that have a yellow or reddish body with a black head.
White walls are paired with gleaming reddish-tone wood floors throughout.
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