MAUVE


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MAUVEMulti-Aerial Unmanned Vehicle Experiment (MIT research project)
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Yesterday's mauve ensemble came to the layers' rescue
Pink, beige, pale blue, purple, chocolate, cream, mauve, red, black, peacock blue, mint and lime green.
The genesis of this quirky story was the author observing road rage incidents while stuck in traffic and pondering the calming influence of a mauve traffic light upon enraged drivers.
Bobbi Brown Cosmetics has just introduced its new Mauve Collection -- a must-have for women who want definition and polish without looking overdone.
Colorlab's Winter Wonderland collection features cool, crisp, pearlescent tones that illuminate white, mauve and rose inspired by winter's gentle, delicate beauty.
Some of Morrill's less common favorites, available in limited quantities during the sale, include Erica verticillata, an evergreen shrub from South Africa with feathery green leaves and mauve flowers in summer; and Lepechinia hastata, a dramatic 6- by 6-foot perennial from Mexico, with long, arrow-shaped leaves and mauve summer flowers.
The single-topic genre is obviously doomed to offer less-than-comprehensive takes on history and the world, a shortcoming that Cod and Mauve and How Soccer Explains the Worm acknowledge with occasional winks at the reader.
Most striking are the rectangular mass of the main theatre, clad in reptilian green copper scales, and the mauve hull containing the two cinemas that nudges out into the street.
That 22-story complex--two mauve and aqua towers joined by an atrium--features 208 condos on the uppermost floors.
Household products and services retailer BrightHouse has selected Mauve Europe Ltd, a division of SPS Group, for the delivery of a new web site.
The color palette for the unique new floor includes Crushed Red, Deep Plum, Mauve Potpourri, Blue Vapor, Berry Blue, Cactus Green, Green Lake, Washed Stone, Desert Sand, Silver Bullet, Slated Gray and Sand Dune.
Mauve, the not-quite purple color, caused a sensation in the fashion industry.