crayon

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crayon

a soft color-marking material used in identification especially in sheep.

crayon-marking
marking of ewes by rams wearing crayons on their chests and held there by a harness. By changing the color of the crayon it is possible to date the reproductive events of the flock. See also tupping crayon.
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The jury saw CCTV of part of the incident and the film featured a man dressed as a large red crayon.
LITTLE children's messages scrawled in red crayon hung from the branch of one sycamore tree.
Stalin personally commissioned his cartoons for the Moscow newspapers Pravda and Izvestia - and also altered them in red crayon if they did not meet his approval.
On a corner of the playground at Redwood Intermediate School, 12-year-old Kaylin Macias signed her name with a bright red crayon on the school's first pledge mural and joined hundreds of her classmates campaigning against drugs.
The manuscript is written in brown and black ink, sometimes over pencil and red crayon.
TODDLER Stephanie Forrester's mother will never forget the day she drew round her right hand with a red crayon.
One minute, he's reading a heartbreaking poem about children in places torn by violence -- "The children of Juarez have run out of red crayons.
The censor's office then got to work on his copy with their red crayons and often scaled-down versions of his original story were all that appeared in the paper.
Hence I say: DonEt forget the red crayons * will you
Experience Four: One Big Circle, One Small Circle, Materials: 10-inch white construction paper circle with a 2-inch red circle glued in the center; red crayons and/or red markers.