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dove grey

n
(Colours)
a. a brownish-grey colour
b. (as adjective): a dove-grey jacket.
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Torres-Gomez wore a high-neck dove gray top with dainty flower appliques with a vintage draped malong skirt of metallic pale lavender and gray stripes.
Splashes of vivid lime green pop against the kitchen's neutral color scheme of dove gray and natural wood.
It is designed to fit sizes 30 inch chest up to a generous 44 inch best and the shades are pale pink, blue, white, yellow, natural, scarlet, khaki, olive dove gray, ultramarine (royal blue), briar rose ( a coral pink) and beryl ( a sea green).
In the floor installation River, 2000, a thick layer of dove gray local clay is splintering into an overall craquelure as it slowly hardens.
The Rembrandt group includes a pendant and chandelier with an elegant tapered column that has a textural wave effect and dove gray silk shades.
Seating in the dove gray and forest green dining room is available in booths or at tables.
The steely sky turns dove gray, and in the moonlight (back in February, often so brutal), tree shadows finger the meadow.
Gomez wore a high-neck dove gray top with dainty flower appliques and a vintage draped malong skirt of metallic pale lavender and gray stripes.
Metallic tones of platinum and gold accent a palette of serene pale blue and dove gray. The collection includes a family of accessories, such as brass and silver-plate serving pieces; crystal stemware; and decorative opaline glasses.
What's there, besides the hissing Interstate with its huge snow fences like sutures in the earth, besides the jackrabbits and sketchy antelope grazing the distance, the great preponderance of sky, the paradox of crossing the Divide twice to cross it once, is a lushness of small bright things: hardy, civil grasses; humble yellow and dove gray and blue mosslike plants; splashes of blue, orange, and yellow lichen on red, red rock; little fairy rings of blue pebbles that memorize where a willing flower thrived and died, and prove there isn't enough rain to scramble them back from symmetry.