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A yellow pigment that is chiefly responsible for the yellowish color of normal urine.


(Biochemistry) the yellowish pigment that colours urine
[C19: from uro-1 + -chrome]


(ˈyʊər əˌkroʊm)

a yellow pigment that gives the color to urine.
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Actor Bernardo Bernardo, two-time Gawad Urian winner, was the consummate thespian, until the very end.
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The foremost local critics group, the Manunuri ng Pelikulang Pilipino always holds a news conference to announce its nominees for the yearly Gawad Urian, and they may do so in April or early-May.
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Maryo Delos Reyes is best known for his childhood-themed film Magnifico, which won him Best Feature Film at the Berlin International Film Festival in 2004, Best Director at the 2004 FAMAS Awards, and Best Film of the Decade at the Gawad Urian Awards in 2011.
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