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Red Cross

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishRed CrossˌRed ˈCross noun   the Red Cross
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Red CrossThe fifth day of every month he got his Red Cross cheek.Relatives living abroad could check the site-even using computers in local Red Cross centres.Emerado's crews also had a shelter ready for flood victims and helped the local Red Cross fulfill its mission.Then, after I sign, you bring me a blanket and a package of Red Cross cigarettes.Then we would put them all in a box and the Red Cross would mail them.You can even get a hot meal free from the Red Cross, down at the inlet.Like these two, many of the participants in the Red Cross exchanges actually were intelligence or party officials.The main hospital was rehabilitated by the International Committee of the Red Cross.
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