gray-white


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Adj.1.gray-white - of white tinged with grey
achromatic, neutral - having no hue; "neutral colors like black or white"
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But what arrested Fisher's eye was that in this bulk of gray-white stone behind there was a single door with great, rusty bolts outside; the bolts, however, were not shot across so as to secure it.
Harder to find was the elephant-tree (Bursera microphylla), whose gray-white bark and odd-shaped branches give it an elephant-like appearance.
Available in gray-white and beige surface colors, Nevamar Conductive Flooring Laminates are especially ideal for computer rooms, cleanroom environments, and hospital operating room flooring.
According to the histopathologist, the outer surface of the mass was covered with ulcerated mucosa, and the cut surface had lobulated, gray-white appearance.
4,5,8,18-22) When it occurs in the head and neck area, it usually manifests as a painful, gray-white, encapsulated mass of variable size.
On examination, his left tonsil was found to be enlarged and indurated, and its upper pole was covered with a gray-white coating.
The masses are usually firm and gray-white, and dystrophic calcification is common.
The change specifies the new antennas to be at least 4 feet shorter than the building's existing antennas and gray-white in color "in order to minimize the visual impact against the sky.
Palladium--a soft, gray-white metal that resembles platinum--is a component in dental alloys, jewelry, and electrical contacts.