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magenta

 [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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"Properties from both associations are 'leased' to Bamboo on a five-year basis, after which they return to each housing association as they are still 'owned' by Magenta Living and Torus respectively.
Comments: Irgasperse, Jet Magenta B is a high chroma, blue shade magenta dye for water-based ink jet inks.
The underground platforms are similar in scale and proportion to Magenta. Supported on two hollow abutments 6m wide, the main central arch spans 21 m.
The 38.2-km Magenta Line connects Botanical Garden in Noida to Janakpuri West in west Delhi.
At one point in the comics, Magenta dated Wally West (played by Keiynan Lonsdale in the series).
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ILLUMINATING: Richard Kavanagh, from Carlisle, who decided to turn the bridge magenta PICTURE: JOHN MILLARD www.icNewcastle.co.uk/buyaphoto ref: 01226562
Magenta have a significant fanbase with more than 40,000 hits on their myspace page but downloads need to come from the UK and their audience is worldwide.
The ink tack for the cyan and magenta Bis-A epoxy acrylate inks averaged 34.9 gram-meters, and 46.2 gram-meters for the cyan and magenta inks made with extended, modified Bis-A epoxy acrylate.
A stewards' inquiry was called immediately and the officials found Egan guilty of intentional interference and disqualified Magenta Rising.
Simultaneously beautiful and comic, these part objects--the magenta lips, a round breast, a detumescent penis--were accompanied by a female voice-over sweetly speaking quasi-nonsensical phrases ("You are but a flower / You are different from me / I'll be like you"), summoning the fragments, and their viewers, to the polymorphous pleasures of psychic life before identification.