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    Red-white-red is a color combination of the Canadian flag. A maple leaf is a Canadian symbol since as early as 1700. When the Canada Day rolls around, the best way to celebrate the summer holiday and surprise your kids and guests by making healthy and delicious treats, baking cakes or cookies, and using the red-white color combination and maple leaf shapes for food decoration. White is for peace and red is for bravery, so celebrate the Canada Day with fabulous, brave and soothing desserts in red and white. Enjoying the day with good food, delicious treats, best friends, parades, and great fireworks at the end of the night is an exciting way to celebrate the summer holiday. Creative desserts in red and white and edible decorations that shaped…

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    Henri Matisse’s “Harmony in Red (The Red Room)” is surely red. This painting utilizes a vibrant palette of color with Red being his primary color of choice. This is a painting of a women standing in a red room on the right side of the table, a profile view of her, appearing to assembling a fruit arrangement on the table. She appears to be a maid during the Victorian era by the way she is dressed with the high neck blouse a protective apron and the scalloping of the blouse at the wrists as well…

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    Symbolism In Red Sorghum

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    “Red Sorghum (1987)” directed by Yimou Zhang, the movie centers on Jiuer who is forced to marry an ill and old man, her marriage is forcedly arranged by her father. As during the ancient Chinese culture, most women did not have the freedom to choose their own marriage, and women 's marriage seemed to be a tool for a family to exchange money. So marriage was a tragedy to women. In the movie, Jiuer’s husband is dead because of the infectious disease, so she takes control over her husband’s…

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    A Perfect Red Summary

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    A Perfect Red discusses the search for the “elusive” red dye and the impacts of the color red with a Eurocentric perspective. The book begins by providing a historical overview of the color red. Several cultures have displayed strong religious, psychological and political affiliations with the color through out history. Red was considered sacred to many ancient cultures, and appeared in funerals and religious ceremonies. Some societies associated red with magical powers and its ability to cure…

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    Red Roses Psychology

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    There is a fascinating use of the red color and red roses throughout this film. Red color might refer to many things including; love, caring, passion, revenge, life force, and many other. Red roses in the American culture are a symbol of love, caring, compassion, life and death. Roses also symbolize beauty; perhaps that is why they selected the title to be American Beauty. At the second opening scene of the film, we see Burnham’s house with the neighbor’s homes. The bright, artificial colors of…

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    Red In American Beauty

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    someone in a bright red vehicle, one can’t help to turn their heads. There something about the color red that grabs the general public attention. “Although red is not technically the most visible color, it has the property of appearing to be nearer than it is and therefore it grabs people’s attention (Psychological)”. In the movie American Beauty, directed by Sam Menden, Menden uses red as a symbolism for power, danger, and determination to represent Carlyon. By doing Mendes is adding depth and…

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    The tale of "The Red Convertible" analyzes a relationship between two Native American brothers. The story recounts about the cause and effect one incident has on their once close relationship. Lyman Lamartine is the story's narrator, and one of the main characters. He can be described as the concerned, yet caring little brother. His relationship with his older brother Henry, is one of great affinity and camaraderie. Henry is Lyman's older half brother, who is distinguished as the carefree,…

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    Marissa Woo Ms. Barwise ENG 111 12 October 2016 The Red Effect You scroll through the emoji list on your phone for the salsa dancing lady in a red dress. Why are you using this emoji? Do you like red dresses? Does the dancing lady symbolize how you see yourself? Does she represent how you’re feeling? Perhaps she represents how you wish to see yourself, or how you hope others perceive you. In her poem “What Do Women Want,” Kim Addonizio uses a red dress to symbolically communicate her desire…

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    We provided participants with one of three surveys, each of which contained identical anagrams, but were written in different colors. Individuals were given surveys with either red, black, or green instructions. Because of its attribution to negative connotations, instructions in red are hypothesized to hinder the performer’s ability to solve the anagram. This means participants will correctly unscramble fewer words within the time limit when presented with a red inked survey. We also predicted…

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    Color Red Research Paper

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    Research shows that the color red can also produce physical effects such as elevated blood pressure, increased respiratory rates, improved metabolism, increased enthusiasm, higher levels of energy, and increased confidence. The color red is an extremely visible color that is able to focus attention quickly and get people to make quick decisions. This is one of the reasons why fire trucks and fire engines are generally painted red. Too much red causes loss of temper, anxiety, rage while too…

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