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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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One May evening in 1850, a young British indigo plantation manager called Thomas Machell sat at his desk in his isolated bungalow in the hot plains of Lower Bengal and wrote in his Journal: "Mr Crips told us stories of his experiences as a planter twenty years ago and none reflect honour on our countrymen....
The introduction of HP Indigo ElectroInk Silver enables for the first time the printing of high-quality silver ink on digital print applications.
Indigo Childcare has a host of benefits for its workers, from discounted childcare to a PS250 reward upon completion of your probationary period but perhaps most importantly, the chance to contribute to influencing the future of the children and young people they work with.
Post the shift, the SpiceJet flights -- SG 8000 to SG 8999 and IndiGo flights -- 6E 5000 to 6E 5999 - would operate out of T3.
Hotel Indigo properties offer a gateway to discover some of the world's most inspiring neighbourhoods and locations.
"Demand for sustainable packaging solutions is driving converters to digital printing, allowing converters and brands to help significantly lower the environmental impact of printing," said Alon Bar-Shany, general manager, HP Indigo. "HP Indigo printing eliminates the need for plates or cylinders and offers the freedom to print smaller quantities while helping reduce waste during production and unused inventory."
IndiGo passengers can visit the 'City Terminal' located opposite to Abu Dhabi mall to complete check-in procedures.
Indigo's microbial products have been shown to increase the drought resistance, nutrient use efficiency, and yield of crops.
This is the first codeshare agreement for IndiGo as part of its international expansion strategy.
TellusLabs' partnership with Indigo was established through Indigo Research Partners, a programme designed to evaluate agricultural technologies to support growers with real-time, farm-specific insights.
IndiGo has a fleet of 189 Airbus A320 and 12 ATR aircraft.
At ILS, the HP Indigo GEM will operate inline with the HP Indigo 6900 Digital Press, creating the first fully digital, one-pass combination press for embellishing with combinations of foil, screen, tactile, varnish, cast and cure, and other special effects, using a single point of control and one print-ready file.
IndiGo, which is India's largest passenger airline in terms of market share, will start operating to two more destinations in India -- Thiruvananthapuram and Ahmedabad from Doha in early October.
GURUGRAM: InterGlobe Aviation announced that Aditya Ghosh, the President and whole-time Director of IndiGo has stepped down from his post.