from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of western Romania in the western Transylvanian Alps west-northwest of Bucharest. It has an important iron and steel industry. Population: 86,300.
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For us, it was an oranage and walnuts still in their shells.
The trees are starting to change color here - you walk along the road and see a flash of vivid red, or gold or oranage.
Hairs: (CBC) Lola's big date: (oranage you glad) & Veronica lake (pink eye)
Dylan sang in the shimmering oranage and yellow hues as the minor chords slammed together and the looming shadows kept up their frantic, ghostly dance.
Even though most games have been nail biters, the boys in aqua and oranage need be commended for their heart and determination.
Here’s a building with stone trim an a great yellow/oranage brick facade.