vermilion

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ver·mil·ion

(ver-mil'yŏn), [C.I. 77766]
A red pigment made from cinnabar or red mercuric sulfide.
Synonym(s): vermillion
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Discussing three of the representatives Hannon's son and assistant Richard told attheraces: "Vermillian was very impressive both times and she's probably as good a filly as we have and probably as good as any of the colts.
But perhaps the one to beat is the Richard Hannon-trained dual-winner Vermillian, which created a very favourable impression when scoring at Salisbury last time.
Usher Abell, 87, of Vermillian, South Dakota, died February 6, 2003.
This classy two-year-old, trained by Barry Hills, was an eye-catching second to the useful Vermillian on her debut at Newmarket last month.
Survivors include his mother; a daughter, Charity Smith of Springfield; a brother, Corey Smith of Springfield; five sisters, Joan Crabtree of Appleton, Wis., Lisa Cellarius of Philomath, Linda Metcalf of Riddle, Marci Blackwell of Randle, Wash., and Barbara Vermillian of Excelsior Springs, Mo.; and three grandchildren.