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magenta

 [mah-jen´tah]
fuchsin or other salt of rosaniline.

magenta

/ma·gen·ta/ (mah-jen´tah) fuchsin or other salt of rosaniline.

magenta

(mə-jĕn′tə)
n.
1. See fuchsin.
2. A purplish red, one of the subtractive primary colors.

magenta

1. Hue produced by the additive mixture of red and blue. 2. Hue evoked by any combination of wavelengths which act as the complement of a wavelength of 515 nm. See complementary colour.
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Any such items that remain in communal areas will be removed and disposed of by Magenta Living.
However, there are areas and things where magenta has no place and being used as a car colour is one of those.
Chase Emson, partner of Magenta who joins the board of thecompany, said: "This business presents a fantastic opportunity for us to work alongside an exciting and entrepreneurial management team in the next stage of growth for this niche multi-channel retailer.
Budding writer Magenta McPhee has her hands full with her writing, relationships and living with a father suffering depression.
This quilted throw is reversible so you can go all black or all magenta - or you can fold it down so you just get a splash of colour against the monochrome.
MAGENTA dominated the Classic Rock Society Awards this month but songwriter-in-chief Rob Reed says the band's further progress is hampered by the unfashionable status of their music.
By performing visual inspection, (Table 1) a very low resistance of magenta samples printed with solvent ink in the treatment with hydrochloric acid, sulphuric acid and detergent has been determined.
Diamant chose the addition of light cyan and light magenta to meet the company's needs.
This plant comes in pinks, such as coccinea brenthurst in salmon and ivory, the soft magenta variety wislizenii and lilac or mauve christine yeo.
that are white, lavender, magenta, and even deep burgundy.
Villevoye confronted his position as (potentially) neocolonial outsider by taking frontal photographs of Papuans holding sheets of paper in magenta, cyan blue, and yellow--the primary colors used in printing.
Mother, doctor, and lover of life Gianna Beretta Molla was born in Magenta (Milan), Italy, on October 4, 1922, the 10th of 13 children.