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green indigo

A nickname for lokao, a green vegetable dye that originated in China. We're dyeing some cloth with green indigo today.
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Originally extracted from plants, indigo is one of the oldest dyes, with evidence of its use in textile colouring going back some 6,000 years.
With a strong foundation in microbial technology, Indigo has built something much broader.
After having reached Champaran Gandhiji informed the District Collector in writing that he will not leave Champaran until the issues related to indigo farming are not looked into.
Thomas Machell owes his indigo career to a letter from Sir James Hogg while I owe mine to a revered dyer and fabric hand-printer, the late Susan Bosence.
In addition, the HP Indigo WS6X00 Digital Press series is the bestselling mainstream solution in the industry.
Thanks to Denisol Indigo 30 being manufactured in Archroma's "zero liquid discharge" facility in Jamshoro, consumption of water and energy is reduced significantly, and manufacturing wastes are converted into sludge.
Reportedly, within a month of operation, the two HP Indigo 7800 Digital Presses generated over two million impressions each.
On Friday, IndiGo officials informed Central Industrial Security Force ( CISF) officials that a foreigner deported from Singapore due to fake documents have managed to flee from IndiGo officials' custody.
As well as signing the Hotel Indigo Barcelona-Plaza Catalunya and Hotel Indigo Birmingham Waterloo Street, this year we've also signed our first Hotel Indigo in Wales, the Hotel Indigo Cardiff; our third in Scotland, Hotel Indigo Edinburgh-Princes Street; our fourth in Germany, Hotel Indigo Dusseldorf Victoriaplatz; and our first Hotel Indigo property in Israel, a 92-room hotel, which will open in Tel Aviv next year.
Benson wrote for the Indigo Revitalisation Project thus: a€?
Manufacturers dip the yarn, which comes from cotton plants, into a vat of indigo dye.
and in the case of indigo I enjoyed knowing that the plant has been so valuable over the years that people literally died for it.
Indigo Software, a leader in real-time communications software development based on Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), and Convedia Corporation, a leading provider of multi-protocol media servers, announced recently they have entered into a partnership that will deliver to service providers and enterprises the ability to make use of presence information in multimedia collaborative applications.
There's something about the "we're just like you" attitude of Amy Ray and Emily Saliers that makes the idea of putting the Indigo Girls on a pedestal seem a little silly.