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- n. A Communist
- n. A supporter of a sports team who wears red as part of their kit.
- proper n. A nickname given to someone who has or had red hair.
- adj. Communist
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Alternatively, we can use O (Red) as a measure of the total evidence by taking our evidence for Red to be the ratio of red to black draws, rather than the total number of red draws, and our evidence for ~Red to be the ratio of black balls to red balls, rather than the total number of black draws.
You'd never forget that -- big, long cigar, great big man, bald, little red hair arou -- but that was Red
On the evening of November 16th I watched two thousand Red Guards swing down the Zagorodny Prospekt behind a military band playing the Marseillaiseand how appropriate it soundedwith blood-red flags over the dark ranks of workmen, to welcome home again their brothers who had defended Red Petrograd.
The black head and the red head from which the hat had dropped came together, there was the thud of two strong bodies meeting with an impact that brought a little coughing grunt from each, and Red
Red Jacket (c. 17581830) Born about 1752, died in 1830; his Nation, the Senecas, his home, near Geneva; his real name, Sogoyewapha, the name Red Jacket coming from an embroidered scarlet jacket presented to him by a British officer during the Revolution; saw service on the American side in the War of 1812.
Many did so very unwillingly, for red was understood to be the badge of Red
"It's great to see MLS sides sign such talent but at the end of the day they are not wearing TFC red, so I will boo them every chance I get," Boris Aguilar, president of the Red
Blue red - y'all were right, OPI's I've Got the Blues for Red is an excellent color.
Not only had red deer in the New and other forests been got preserved and shot; and treacheries  of Simon de Montfort, wars of Red and White Roses, battles of Crecy, battles of Bosworth, and many other battles, been got transacted and adjusted; but England wholly, not without sore toil and aching bones to the millions of sires and the millions of sons of eighteen generations, had been got drained and tilled, covered with yellow harvests, beautiful and rich in possessions.
Never mind the fact that the term "Red Sea" never appears in the original languages of the Bible.
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