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Sanguine is a red earth pigment used in the manufacture of artists chalks or pastels, first used by Renaissance artists.
Sanguine (ultimately from Latin sanguineus "bloody, of blood"), may also refer to:
- Sanguine, one of the four humors in pre-modern medicine
- Sanguine, a personality type, one of the Four Temperaments
- Sanguine (band), a four piece alt-metal band
- Sanguine (heraldry), a tincture in heraldry
- Sanguine (transmitter), an ELF antenna of the US Navy
- HMS Sanguine (P266), an S class submarine
- Sanguine Productions, a company
- The Sanguine Fan, a ballet performance
- Project Sanguine, a project to research a system for communicating with submarines using extremely long radio waves
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