INDIGO


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INDIGOIntegrating Distributed Data Infrastructures for Global Exploitation (scientific computing platform)
INDIGOIndiana Networking for Documents and Information of Government Organizations
INDIGOInternational Distribution Group GmbH
INDIGOIndian Ocean Geochemistry (project)
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After tobacco, indigo came next in value; then capsicum, old clothes, and gunpowder.
The green gaiety of the waving laurels, the rich purple indigo of the night, the moon like a monstrous crystal, make an almost irresponsible romantic picture; and among the top branches of the garden trees a strange figure is climbing, who looks not so much romantic as impossible.
Tackleton knew that, although reduced in purse, it had some pretensions to gentility; and if certain circumstances, not wholly unconnected, she would go so far as to say, with the Indigo Trade, but to which she would not more particularly refer, had happened differently, it might perhaps have been in possession of wealth.
The fact of Tackleton having walked out; and furthermore, of two or three people having been talking together at a distance, for two minutes, leaving her to her own resources; was quite enough to have put her on her dignity, and the bewailment of that mysterious convulsion in the Indigo trade, for four-and-twenty hours.
Morrel is utterly ruined; he has lost five ships in two years, has suffered by the bankruptcy of three large houses, and his only hope now is in that very Pharaon which poor Dantes commanded, and which is expected from the Indies with a cargo of cochineal and indigo.
He pointed out to me that there were certain black lines which formed crossbars upon the series of brilliant colours extending from the red at one end through gradations of orange, yellow, green, blue, and indigo to the violet at the other.
Charles looked round, and though completely attired in indigo blue, vanished into the shed, and was seen no more.
The white light strikes against it, and, with one exception, all its component colors--violet, indigo, green, yellow, orange, and red--are absorbed.
To satisfy the world's seemingly insatiable demand for blue denim, more than 45,000 tonnes of indigo dye are produced every year, with much of the waste making its way into rivers and streams, conservationists say.
Indigo was primarily engaged in fabricating window frames for Entu plc, prior to that business entering administration.
Indigo, a company dedicated to harnessing nature to help farmers sustainably feed the planet, said in a statement that ICD will hold a board observer seat at Indigo.
The Minister said that the British administration and Jamindar had established Teen Kahitya system under which teen katha land out of one bigha was reserved for indigo (Neel) farming.