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  • But the job can be daunting, unless that's a CEO, (or a mom skilled at color-coded chalkboards).

    Your friend is ill, what can you do?

  • Dobomir Dimitrov, a Landmark Hotel employee who is openly gay, described the 34-year-old Saudi royal as effeminate and said the two men, who were sharing a room, had "color-coded" their clothing.

    Saudi Prince Allegedly Killed Servant After Gay Sex Attack At London Hotel

  • The laptop is equipped with a specially programmed GPS system that displays what looks like a Venn diagram: overlapping, color-coded circles — purple for schools, yellow for day-care centers, and green for parks — marking areas where sex offenders cannot live.

    Sex-Offender City

  • Instead of the usual array of knobs, dials and passive screens, MyFord Touch is dominated by a giant 8-inch touch screen, with large function icons in the center and color-coded corners that you touch to switch the screen among four main functions: multisource audio entertainment, navigation, phone and climate control.

    Ford Drives Digital Dashboards to Next Level

  • Now, Ford is taking another big step, introducing a second generation of Sync that aims to redesign the entire user interface of the dashboard with color-coded touch screens, better voice recognition and five-way control pads on the steering wheel.

    Ford Drives Digital Dashboards to Next Level

  • Residents in several states are fretting about where they'll get rebuilding money as government inspectors evaluate homes, with some leaving behind color-coded stickers to say whether dwellings can be salvaged at all.

    Misery lingers in flooded South

  • Each category is color-coded — green for normal, yellow for mild distress, orange for moderate distress and red for severe distress.

    College mental health screenings going high-tech

  • To help deal with the demand, more campus counseling centers are using computerized questionnaires, some that generate color-coded charts, to help them flag a serious problem more quickly than traditional paper-and-pencil evaluations.

    College mental health screenings going high-tech

  • An initial effort to do that will happen in January, when the company plans to roll out color-coded packaging to help shoppers discern among a new light or "blonde" roast, medium roast or dark roast.

    Hansberry Looks to Punch Up Sales Outside Cafes

  • Mr. Esnault sorts his recipes according to main ingredient fish, meat, vegetable, placing each recipe document into a color-coded folder on his computer desktop.

    Chefs Solve a Modern Kitchen Crisis: Recipe Clutter

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