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  • In lieu of flowers, each table had centerpiece made of bright-orange construction mesh.

    Digging Up Art Downtown

  • Five girls clad in bright-orange wetsuits, with stark white backpacks, working on their projects in brilliant blue-green water, [...] a splash of color I'll remember [...].

    Sylvia Earle: Marine Biologist and Aquanaut

  • Clad in a bright-orange Petrobras jumpsuit and hard hat, Lula played down concerns about the state's expanding role in the company and told a gathering of business leaders last week at the Sao Paulo stock exchange that the resulting windfall should help propel Brazil closer to its goal of developed-world status.

    WORLD ENERGY DIGEST

  • Joshua – Well, I don't know anything about fashion, but according to my boyfriend, Fergie's bright-orange Gaultier dress is "amazing."

    Grammy awards 2012 – live coverage

  • Daniel Ariens , CEO of family-owned Ariens, says he realized he was missing opportunities to sell more over the past six months because he didn't have enough of his company's bright-orange snow blowers and lawn mowers built and ready to ship to retailers, who continue to demand delivery on short notice.

    For Lean Factories, No Buffer

  • The bright-orange sea-buckthorn berry may sound like something from Willy Wonka's chocolate factory.

    Brown Cheese And Birch: Nordic Foods' Appeal Grows

  • The tree will stay dwarf and perfume your home with a heavenly fragrance when in bloom, then get loaded with bright-orange fruit that's stunning against its dark-green foliage.

    Avital Binshtock: Quirky, Perhaps, But Easy to Grow (and Fun to Eat)

  • The austere galleries, chock-a-block with Sol LeWitt studies, Richard Serra sculptures and Warhol shadow paintings, soon became filled with colorful prints (the most colorful courtesy of designer Stefano Pilati's bright-orange pants), seersucker, and well-behaved arty children.

    Dance and Art at Dia:Beacon

  • The Taco Truck, a bright-orange vehicle that's been cruising the streets of Hoboken and Jersey City since October, has found a permanent parking spot.

    From Street to Store

  • By Monday evening, workers in boats were stringing bright-orange boom across the Pass Christian harbor entrance.

    Oil slick brings boom to the boom business

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