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harlequin

/har·le·quin/ (hahr´lah-kwin)
1. having a pattern of diamond shapes, particularly in bright colors.

harlequin

1. a coat color pattern that consists of irregular patches, usually gray, blue or black, on a white background. Common in Great Danes.
2. a breed of fancy rabbit with harlequin coat pattern in several colors.
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Vintages by Harlequin wines were developed in close collaboration with Vintage Wine Estates, a small group of vintner families who share a love of wines from the North Coast of California and who have assembled a collection of fine wineries and wine brands from the region.
They had all put money into a resort development at Buccament Bay in SVG, which they were sold through the UK sales arm of Harlequin Management Services (South East) Ltd, trading as Harlequin Property.
We are delighted to offer Amanda her first publishing contract-she possesses a fresh and exciting voice that is well suited to the Harlequin Presents series.
Scribd will also be making the full Harlequin catalogue available for individual purchase in its retail store.
GIS has integrated the Harlequin Host Renderer into its software drivers to provide a fast PDF RIP, capable of handling variable data even when the file is not constructed in PDF/VT.
The business advertised its links to high-profile brands including Liverpool FC, which has an agreement with Harlequin to provide soccer schools.
London, Feb 7 ( ANI ): Seven out of eight ladybird types in the UK have decreased since the harlequin was introduced in 2004, a new study has found.
The harlequin species only arrived in the UK from Asia five years ago but is spreading more than 60 miles a year.
Developed to improve the isolation and identification of a variety of micro-organisms, Lab M's Harlequin chromogenic media can help eliminate or reduce the need for subculture and confirmatory biochemical tests.
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Kimani Press is the new home of the Arabesque, Sepia and New Spirit imprints at Harlequin Enterprises, the leading publisher of romance novels in the world.
Harlequin, a publisher of romance novels, has announced that it has launched four new digital initiatives: the Harlequin Mini eBooks programme, the Harlequin Mini Round Robin eBook, the eBook Boutique and a new website at http://www.