However, in our case we were successful in removing the hyperkeratotic-lichenoid reaction to red ink
using a simple and cheap skin grafting knife.
For better or worse, Red Ink
reflects the establishment consensus.
5 billion a year earlier and the sixth consecutive quarter of red ink
The Red Ink
Annotator of The Book of Margery Kempe and His Lay Audience.
The loss would still represent a vast improvement over the $9 million in red ink
reported in 2007.
Canadian forestry producers continue to bleed red ink
as both Domtar and Abitibi-Consolidated reported deep fourth-quarter losses on Feb.
If they wish to be cautious, however, they should write "HURRICANE KATRINA" in red ink
on their tax forms.
Typical of the conservative mindset, your editorial about teachers choosing not to use red ink
to correct student's papers (Insider, Nov/Dec 2005) misses the point entirely.
The IRS announced that taxpayers affected by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita can request relief simply by writing "Hurricane Rita" or "Hurricane Katrina" in red ink
at the top of all documents they file with it (www.
The panels are often framed identically, and a bureaucratic palette of black and red ink
on white, buff, or green paper maintains throughout.
The researchers took advantage of long-standing observations that it takes longer to identify colors that clash with word meanings, such as red ink
that spells the word blue.
With Washington drowning in a sea of red ink
, the timing is right to restore line-item authority.
Although red has been the preferred shade for corrections since the 1700s, when clerks and accountants dipped quills into red ink
to fix ledgers, the trend in correction color may be changing: Purple may be the new red.
Now many in the budget office say that without changes to Pelt, the program would create $300 million more in red ink
In some cases, the economic pressures of another month of red ink
may cause originally good-intentioned recyclers to do something they know amounts to misrepresentation (at the very least).