beigy

beigy

(ˈbeɪʒɪ)
adj, beigier or beigiest
resembling the colour beige
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(5.) Aslani H, Nourbakhsh ST, Zafarani Z, Ahmadi-Bani M, Ananloo ME, Beigy M, et al.
Beigy, "Automatic abstraction in reinforcement learning using ant system algorithm," in Proceedings of the Lifelong Machine Learning, Papers from the 2013 AAAI Spring Symposium, vol.
Beigy et al., "The association of circulating levels of complement-C1q TNF-related protein 5 (CTRP5) with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and type 2 diabetes: a case-control study," Diabetology & Metabolic Syndrome, vol.
[23] Milad Mozafari, Mohammad Ebrahim Shiri and Hamid Beigy, "A cooperative learning method based on cellular learning automata and its application in optimization problems," Journal of Computational Science, vol.11, pp.279-288, November, 2015.
Subjective vitality is a determinant of mental positive energy (Fini, Kavousian, Beigy, & Emami, 2010), and it is necessary to bestir oneself willingly (Deci, 2001; Ryan & Frederick, 1997).
"Little lace dresses in fetching colors like beigy pink and rust red showed once again that Saab knows how to make things look just right," Sherman said.
Zahra Tabrizian, (1) Gholamreza Ghodrati Amiri, (2) and Morteza Hossein Ali Beigy (1)
Beigy, "A genetic programming-based learning algorithms for pruning cost-sensitive classifiers," International Journal of Computational Intelligence and Applications, vol.
The colors reflected the theme with indigo, lilac, slate, ash, blue and light beigy tones.
Interesting to watch though; I always thought gravel came in gravel colour, browny beigy stuff.