Red and the Green

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Greening the Red, White, and Blue The Bomb, Big Business, and Consumer Resistance in Postwar America

Distinguishing Red and Green Biotechnology: Cultivation Effects of the Elite Press

Reds and the Green: Ireland, Russia and the Communist Internationals, 1919–43

The "five-sites" rule and the evolution of red and green color vision in mammals.

Nitrate uptake and extracellular alkalinization by the green alga Hydrodictyon reticulatum in blue and red light

Red, Yellow, and Green: Measuring the Quality of 401(k) Portfolio Choices

The influence of the region between residues 220 and 344 and beyond in Phrixotrix railroad worm luciferases green and red bioluminescence

Contribution and Properties of the Green- and Red-Line Coronal Loops in the K-Corona

Greening the Red, White, and Blue: The Bomb, Big Business, and Consumer Resistance in Postwar America. By Thomas Jundt.

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Photosynthesis-Dependent and -Independent Responses of Stomata to Blue, Red and Green Monochromatic Light: Differences Between the Normally Oriented and Inverted Leaves of Sunflower

Spectroscopic Studies of the Solar Corona II. Properties of Green and Red Emission Lines in Open and Closed Coronal Structures

Green vegetables, red meat and colon cancer: chlorophyll prevents the cytotoxic and hyperproliferative effects of haem in rat colon

Red and Problematic Green Phylogenetic Signals among Thousands of Nuclear Genes from the Photosynthetic and Apicomplexa-Related Chromera velia

Light- and cold-stress effects on the greening process in epicotyls and young stems of red oak (Quercus rubra) seedlings

Spectroscopic Studies of the Solar Corona I. Spatial Variations in Line Parameters of Green and Red Coronal Lines

The molecular basis of dichromatic color vision in males with multiple red and green visual pigment genes

The green valley is a red herring: Galaxy Zoo reveals two evolutionary pathways towards quenching of star formation in early- and late-type galaxies★


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(1965), a novel by Iris Murdoch. Set in Dublin during the 1916 Easter Rising, it contrasts the British officer Andrew Chase-White and his Anglo-Irish family with the Republicans Pat and Cathal Dumay.


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Iris Murdoch (1919—1999) novelist and philosopher

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