clour

clour

(kluːr)
n
a bump on the head
vb (tr)
to thump or dent
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Different colours' baskets would be kept in hospitals for collection of various kinds of waste including infectious, pathological, sharps, pharmaceutical, genotoxic, chemical and radioactive, adding the red clour basket would be used for quick disposal of infectious waste while other colours would be used for general, medical and surgical wastes.
As the penetration of Internet (number of Internet uesr/total population) increases, the clour becomes a darker shade of red.
" There is a need to spread awareness as the chemical composition in the crackers make the air very toxic because of the heavy etals used in the crackers to add clour to the fire, thus significantly increasing the air pollution," Roy Chowdhury added.
The car will be available in Silver Metallic, Taffeta White, Sparkling Brown Metallic, Carmelian Red Pearl, and Taffeta White clour options.
"Stour or dour or clour": An overview of Scots usage in Stevenson's works and correspondence.
Marina Dossena's 'Stour or Dour or Clour. An Overview of Scots Usage in Stevenson's Work and Correspondence' embarks on the rediscovery of Stevenson's relationship to Scots, both in his art and in his private life.
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Shipyard worker Jonny Pink is on clour nine with his new job as a flight steward.
(International sales: Fireworks Pictures, Beverly Hills.) Produced by David Hillary, Chris Hanley, Tim Peternel, Josh Newman, Adam Goldberg, Executive producers, Jay Firestone, Daniel Diamond, Damon Martin, Chad Troutwine, Boro Vukadinovic, Co-producer, Laura Warner, Co-executive producer, Colin Spoelman, Yoav Fisher, Charlie Clour, Serena Brosio, Doug Wroan, Michael Williams.
n Two ties in a plain clour, with a slight shine, make sure that they are darker than the shirts.