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“It's not gravel like in bordeaux, and it's not sloped for better sun exposure like in Alto Adige.”
“Tickets, $185 $135 if you enter the code "bordeaux", $250 for V.I.P.”
“Taking a guided cycling tour through Bordeaux's wine region is a fantastic way to get a true feeling for the area and visit some of the most prestigious wine chateaus like Petrus, Grand Barrial, Figeac and Canon.www. bordeaux-tourisme.com”
“Picture taking highlights include: The Grosse Cloche, Saint Andre Cathedral, Mirror of Water and the Parliament building.www. bordeaux-tourisme.com”
“While GSI was here, on a whim, I took us to See Eyewear, where we spotted the most divine frames — bordeaux and turquoise.”
“Mauregard Bordeaux, France 2010 (£5.99, Marks & Spencer)For many people, Christmas dinner still means claret (aka red bordeaux), but it's rare to find a decent example under a tenner.”
“You have burnt wood, chocolate, cinnamon (depending on your graham cracker) …. bordeaux”
“Michael and Gretchen have chosen the same color palette (the bordeaux shade that the judges have repeatedly said they hate), and Gretchen seems to take this as a personal slight.”
“Russia national team shirts will be worn with bordeaux red shorts and gold socks is completed with the words "RFU" and the adidas logo.”
“The colour home Russia jersey switches from red to a bordeaux color with gold details.”
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These chromonyms are defined as colors in at least one dictionary (mostly MW3). (Actually there's one fake, for reasons I'll explain someday.) They are all one-word nouns such as "kelly", which can...
There are certainly some words missing but I am trying to avoid listing the obvious. If a simpler word is found here, then it is used in an atypical fashion.
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