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go beet red

To redden in the face (blush), typically due to embarrassment. She went beet red when her crush came up and talked to her. I went beet red when the teacher made me speak in front of the whole class.
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Can anyone tell me why the sky goes red in the evening?
(http://www.conferoinc.com), a national customer experience measurement firm, has announced that the firm will be a corporate sponsor for the 4th annual Triangle Goes Red for Women Luncheon, scheduled for Friday, May 6 from 10 a.m.
"Triangle Goes Red for Women celebrates the energy, passion and power we have as women to band together and not only raise awareness of heart disease, but also to wipe out heart disease and stroke," said Buxton.
A shopping centre with heart -- Deira City Centre Goes Red for Heart Health Dubai, UAE, June 1, 2010: Deira City Centre in cooperation with Dubai Health Authority and the World Heart Federation is putting its weight behind heart health with the Go Red for Women campaign -- an awareness drive designed to educate women on the threat of cardiovascular disease.
If the gravestone fails the pressure test, the light goes red and the stone is laid flat.
If I enter a warm room, my skin goes red and tingles.
Leadership team members will help raise awareness of heart disease as the number one killer of women, encourage preventative measures that lower the risk of heart disease, and support the annual Triangle Goes Red for Women luncheon.
(www.conferoinc.com), a national customer experience measurement firm, has announced that the firm will be a corporate table sponsor for the 3rd annual Triangle Goes Red for Women luncheon, scheduled for Friday, May 7 from 11 a.m.
"Their mission has been to raise awareness of heart disease as the leading cause of death for women, and to educate women so that heart disease is no longer thought of as an 'older man's disease.' We are pleased to support such a worthy cause by sponsoring the 3rd annual Triangle Goes Red for Women luncheon, and look forward to a great event."
Yesterday an aide said: "When it's cold the scar goes red and looks worse than it is."