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au·rin

(aw'rin),
A triphenylmethane derivative used as an indicator (changes from yellow to red at pH 6.8-8.2) and as a dye intermediate; also used to help differentiate tubercle bacilli from other acid-fast microorganisms.
Synonym(s): corallin, p-rosolic acid
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Mark Lynch, Steven Aurin and Mikey Ronan netted for Sports Bar and scorers for Trafalgar were Ben Sherlock (2) and Paul Lloyd.
John Lynch (2) and Steven Aurin anchored Sports Bar to an impressive 3-2 win at New Ferry.
Whilst remaining responsible for errors and misinterpretations, I should like to thank all concerned for their co-operation at Barking and Dagenham - particularly Mr Roger Luxton (Principal Inspector) and Mr Graham Last (Senior Inspector, Primary); on the Continent, I wish particularly to thank Professor Aurin (Freiburg i.
THERE'S a big weekend ahead for Huddersfield Singers and for an all-girl choir from Hungary, the Aurin youth choir.
Sports Bar looked like progressing against AC Brookley when leading 4-3 in extra time thanks to doubles from Steve Aurin and Jay Law.
Doubles from Steve Aurin and Jay Law had put Sports Bar in control until the 120th minute when Steven Abbot's third of the match took the game to the dreaded penalty shoot-out.
com; Sato Contacts: Company Contact: Nikki Aurin, Marcom Manager, Sato, (704) 644-1650 x 1207, nikka@satoamerica.
INTERNATIONAL ACCLAIM: The Aurin Girls Choir, from Hungary, due to sing in Huddersfield and Holmfirth
Sports Bar upset the odds in Division One to beat AC Brookley 3-2 with efforts from Steve Aurin (2) and Jay Law.