grayish brown


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Noun1.grayish brown - a color or pigment varying around a light grey-brown color; "she wore dun"
light brown - a brown that is light but unsaturated
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Complementing its stunning design, the New Strada is available in seven exterior colors: White Diamond, Graphite Gray Metallic, Sterling Silver Metallic, Jet Black Mica, Red Solid Clear, Grayish Brown Metallic and Impulse Blue Metallic.
It is available in seven exterior colours, White Diamond, Graphite Gray Metallic, Sterling Silver Metallic, Jet Black Mica, Red Solid Clear, Grayish Brown Metallic and Impulse Blue Metallic.
Soil series of Charsadda being of alluvial nature, grayish brown, coarse to medium sub-angular blocky, slightly calcareous and silt loam texture.
The floor pattern is Filipiniana, depicting pink-skinned dancers in costumes of cornflower blue and yellow, grayish brown thatched huts, ochre haystacks and dark green palm trees.
The lesser prairie-chicken is a medium-sized, grayish brown grouse that lives in eco-regions spanning Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas.
This bird has lengthy androbust grayish brown legs that are equipped with brush for their protection from predators (El-Shahawy, 2010).
Typically, erythema dyschromicum perstans presents as ashy gray to grayish brown oval macules/patches symmetrically distributed over the body [4-7].
Starting from the top, epidermis appears white but if it is thickened then grayish brown or yellow.
Description.--Body greenish or grayish brown; cylindrical, slender and elongate, unarmed.
The deep lines and grayish brown color of its surface reveal its timeless age, like the wrinkles on an old man's brow.
The reservoirs are dominated by grayish brown sandstone intercalated with clay strips, and they have strong heterogeneity (Figure 1).
Outer surface was grayish brown with protruding nodules measuring from 1 to 2.4 cm in diameter (Fig.