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A mass is followed by this and a kermes party ends the night.
On the summit there is red lavender and Kermes oak.
It made a more vivid red than ordinary Kermes.
But now Ms. Kermes said she is afraid to let her daughter leave the house.
Ms. Kermes, behind the harpsichord, offered a bit of conversational recitative.
In the Turkish language "kermes" is a sale of ladies' handiwork for charity.
Kermes is also mentioned in the Bible.
Kermes is a genus of scale insects in the order Hemiptera.
The house forms the focal point of the local woods which are often used by the local junior school for the Kermes and other activities.
Her scarlet robe was dyed with the dye of the insect called the kermes and she looked like a living flame.
Kermes oaks and pines also grow there.
Kermes oak species grows in dry, sunny slopes.
Textiles dyed with kermes were described as dyed in the grain.
The insects live on the sap of certain trees, especially Kermes oak tree near the Mediterranean region.
Kermes from oak trees was later used by Romans, who imported it from Spain.
For the wealthy, the dye used was Kermes, made from a tiny scale insect which fed on the branches and leaves of the oak tree.
It shone beneath olive trees, Kermes oaks and Aleppo pines.
He held a crooked stick cut along the road from a wild kermes oak, and banged it on the ground as he marched.
Jessica Kermes, a 23-year-old bartender, lives two blocks from the run-down frame house where the victim lives.
Kermes may refer to :
The distinction was in the cost of scarlet, which was dyed with kermes, derived from an insect native to the Mediterranean.
Earlier in English (17th and 18th centuries) certain antimony compounds were called "kermes mineral" for the same reason.
Indeed, she married Fito at the Kermes Fair.
Occasionally, before an especially ferocious passage, Ms. Kermes bit her lower lip and stuck out her chin.
They wore cloth dyed first with the less expensive indigo blue, then overlaid with red made from kermes dye.
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