Some articles on orange:
... In Australia, orange ribbons are worn annually on March 21st to support Harmony Day and the message of a harmonious multicultural society ... First organized in 1996, by the next year the 'Orange Ribbon' was embraced by thousands of people across Australia and was worn by members of the all sides of politics at the 1997 ... Orange ribbons were also worn on Fridays in support of the release of Australian citizen David Matthew Hicks during his detention in Guantanamo Bay for 5 years without charge ...
... Railway, Matthews Park Sir Henry Parkes Arts Centre, Sale Street Orange Public School, Kite Street Scouts' Hall, Kite Street St John's Uniting Church, Kite Street Mount Canobolas from the Pinnacle ...
... of 22 January 2011 Lukashenko vowed that Belarus would never have its own version of the Orange Revolution and Georgia's 2003 Rose Revolution ... Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and Putin's supporters named the Orange Revolution an infamous foreknowledge for their countries a 4 February 2012 rally in favor of Putin was named the "anti-Orange ... during his presidency and were transferring the Orange Revolution to Russia ...
... Orange speaker cabinets for guitar have the prefix "PPC" in their model name PPC meaning "Power Projection Cabinet." The bass range of cabinets have the prefix ...
... Orange Music Electronic Company is a British electric guitar and public address amplifier manufacturing company, famous for its distinctive sound and bright ... Orange also manufactures amplifiers for bass guitar, speaker cabinets for instrument amplifiers and combination (combo) amplifiers ...
More definitions of "orange":
- (noun): A river in South Africa that flows generally westward to the Atlantic Ocean.
Synonyms: Orange River
- (noun): Any pigment producing the orange color.
- (adj): Similar to the color of a ripe orange.
- (noun): Any citrus tree bearing oranges.
Synonyms: orange tree
- (noun): Round yellow to orange fruit of any of several citrus trees.
Famous quotes containing the word orange:
“A hook shot kisses the rim and
hangs there, helplessly, but doesnt drop
and for once our gangly starting center
boxes out his man and times his jump
perfectly, gathering the orange leather
from the air like a cherished possession”
—Edward Hirsch (b. 1950)
“Give not this rotten orange to your friend;
Shes but the sign and semblance of her honor.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“Id take the bus downtown with my mother, and the big thing was to sit at the counter and get an orange drink and a tuna sandwich on toast. I thought I was living large!... When I was at the Ritz with the publisher a few months ago, I did think, Oh my God, Im in the Ritz tearoom. ... The person who was so happy to sit at the Woolworths counter is now sitting at the Ritz, listening to the harp, and wondering what tea to order.... [ellipsis in source] Am I awake?”
—Connie Porter (b. 1959)