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  • n  a dark purplish-red color

  • But last weekend, when Kevin showed up at the prom in a slinky fuschia dress, he was barred from entry by the principal.
  • The effect is to turn the entire 31-story exterior into a watery pixel field of color, blooms of orange, fuschia and reds near the base giving way to clouds of blue closer to the .
  • No less deserving of such praise, however, is the fuschia-vested, aggrieved wife of a cancer patient who broke through the cordon sanitaire that insulates the Labour leader from .

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