pale-skinned

pale-skinned

adj
having pale skin
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Again, there was the insect house, where she lifted the blinds of the little cages, and marveled at the purple circles marked upon the rich tussore wings of some lately emerged and semi-conscious butterfly, or at caterpillars immobile like the knobbed twigs of a pale-skinned tree, or at slim green snakes stabbing the glass wall again and again with their flickering cleft tongues.
The cup noodle company, which sponsors the US Open women's champion, found itself in hot water with its cartoon advert also featuring fellow tennis star Kei Nishikori, as the pale-skinned character bore scant resemblance to the 21-year-old Osaka.
The cup noodle firm, which sponsors the US Open women's champion, found itself in hot water with its cartoon advert also featuring fellow tennis star Kei Nishikori, as the pale-skinned character bore scant resemblance to the 21-year-old Osaka.
Consequently, the luminous yet pale-skinned heroine, who suffers from XP, is consigned to her house by day behind special blinds.
According to local legend, the pale-skinned son of a mountain god had ventured across the seas to look for a powerful woman to marry.
The pale-skinned lad is dubbed Abu Abdullah al-Britani in the clip, where five children appear to shoot dead a line of men in jumpsuits.
CATWALK models will kill to keep their place at the top in this provocative and pale-skinned horror show.
Pale-skinned girls should try nail shades with a blue or pink undertone.
So as with African albinos today, tanning wouldn't have deterred fatal skin cancers in pale-skinned hominids, he argues.
But the blonde, pale-skinned and blue-eyed girl stood out.
This description angered Hispanic groups who felt that the red haired, pale-skinned Princess Sofia didn't look very Latina.
For example, when Boobela appears in the jungle the people either run to hide in their huts or throw themselves to the ground in front of her (this is not because she is a giant, as one of the children explains, it is because she is pale-skinned).