milky-white


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milky-white

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milk-white

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(Colours) of a cream or whitish colour similar to the colour of milk
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Latest buzz is that milky-white beauty Tamannaah has been roped in to be the leading lady.
Reality Lab, the research hub run by Miyake, developed IN-EI's lightweight, milky-white material from completely recycled PET resin--even the production process was refined to reduce emmissions.
Murray told detectives he relented to Jackson's demand for his "milk" - a nickname the doctor said the singer used for propofol, which is a milky-white liquid.
Join the children and their special friend Milky-White the cow and a host of woodland creatures for an evening's entertainment - and don't forget to turn out in fancy dress for the Fairytale Parade during the interval!
Milk of magnesia, an over-the-counter laxative to relieve occasional constipation, is a milky-white liquid that contains magnesium.
The subsequent dilution causes raki to turn a milky-white colour.
* The same milky-white look and feel of final products made of polypropylene.
It goes on milky-white and dries clear to a satin or semi-gloss finish.
The gigantic milky-white crystals in the cave are made of a mineral called gypsum (JIP-sum).
The sweetener is derived from the milky-white juice of a spiky plant called the blue weber a gave.