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  • ` ` There's a little bit of destiny in this team, '' said owner Ted Leonsis, who took part in the ` ` red-out '' by wearing a Capitals home jersey.

    USATODAY.com

  • A red-out for fifteen hours around New Georgia town.

    First Mars Description

  • A red-out for fifteen hours around New Georgia town.

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  • He eyes the inverted scene with a certain unease: with his brain approaching the frontiers of red-out, there comes to him the peculiar notion that it's Lyle Bland who has hold of his ankle here.

    Gravity's Rainbow

  • You could envision a red-out, this-is-where-it-ends crusade where the arena is full and the atmosphere simply pulls the underdog team through.

    The Seattle Times

  • Fredette and Emery left the game with 5:44 remaining, then came back in at the 4:15 mark, drawing boos from Utah fans dressed for a "red-out."

    CNN.com

  • Fredette and Emery left the game with 5:44 remaining, then came back in at the 4:15 mark, drawing boos from Utah fans dressed for a "red-out."

    The Seattle Times

  • When the Arizona Wildcats stage their "red-out" for Saturday's football game, they might want to consult with Jamelle Horne.

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  • Arizona fans are being encouraged to wear all-red for a scheduled "red-out"; the Wildcats will do the same.

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  • Still, Williams also encouraged fans to wear red to create a "red-out" look.

    ajc.com - News

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