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(General Physics) physics a body that emits radiation in constant proportion to the corresponding black-body radiation
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To cut a long column short, we met in McDonald's, and I was first shown an apple-green Olympia that came in its sturdy travel case, which reminded me of my own in a boring off-white and gray body that I used in Madrid in the mid-1980s.
Clad in a metallic gray body with a subtle frosted finish, a quick look at the B9440 reminds you of an executive in a full gray suit.
Kuro, which means black in Japanese, comes to life on the IMx,which was first revealed at the Tokyo Motor Show in October 2017,with new look black trim and wheels, an updated grille and a new dark gray body color.
It sports a Space Gray body, a matching band and a bright red digital crown.
Seconds later, the burly gray body appeared barely five yards away.
He didn't know, but he kept smiling, smiling as his gray body receded from view.
Of course, at larger sizes tripletail can no longer mimic leaves and typically take on a gray body color with some dark markings.
This fixture was almost identical in appearance to the Kliegl fixture with the gray body and silver lamp housing.
This dinosaur sported a generally gray body, a reddish-brown, Mohawk-like crest and facial speckles, and white feathers on its wings and legs, with bold black-spangled tips.
It was a tightly hewn thing with a gunmetal gray body, black vinyl top and tan interior.
The lid's light blue color contrasts with the white and gray body, and the instrument panel gracefully curves out from the body, making for a sturdy yet aerodynamic appearance.