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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She was loosely wrapped in a cashmere dressing-gown of gray-white, embroidered in half-mourning tints, and she wore slippers of the same hue.
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.
108 pcs student table wxd 130 x 65 cm, steel skid table, 2-seater, height-adjustable, plate made of 3-ply fine chipboard e1, melamine resin coated on both sides, gray-white, board thickness 25 mm, 60 pcs student table, as before, but: wxd 150 x 65 cm, 56 pcs student table, as before, but 1-seater, wxd 75 x 65 cm, 450 pcs.
Bulldozers, heavy equipment, sledgehammers, possibly explosives turned those stone walls into this field of gray-white dust.
The most apparent aspect of this caterpillar is the unsightly gray-white silken web spun first over the ends of branches, then expanded as the caterpillars feed inward and downward.
During the surgery, a gray-white colored, lobulated, encapsulated mass (6 x 5 x 3 cm) completely occupying the left atrium was excised (Fig.
5; clue cells 20% or more; positive amine test; thin, nonclumping, gray-white adherent discharge).
In newly fallen snow I see the smears of red and tufts of gray-white hairwhere a hungry fox met an unlucky cottontail.
According to the Fukuoka District Meteorological Observatory, tiny amounts of gray-white volcanic ash fell near the No.