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Adj.1.yellowish-grey - of grey tinged with yellow
achromatic, neutral - having no hue; "neutral colors like black or white"
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Head covered with yellow pruinosity, except upper two-thirds of facial ridge yellowish-grey pruinose; ocellar seta short but well differentiated from ocellar triangle setulae; scutellar dorsum moderate grey to light brownish-grey pruinosity when viewed from certain angles; calypters yellow with faint yellow pruinosity; abdomen in posterodorsal view reddish-brown except most of syntergite 1+2 and middle of tergites 3 and 4 dark brown.
The limestone is yellowish-grey in colour, medium-thin bedded with interbedded shale partings, compact and fossiliferous at its type locality.
These lesions have been described in the literature to be well circumscribed and yellowish-grey in color, with normal lung parenchyma surrounding the lesion when biopsied.
The deposits of the Arukula Regional Stage are represented by brownish- and yellowish-grey, fine- to coarse-grained, cross-bedded sandstones with clay balls, lenses and interlayers.
When fresh, they have an orange colour; but when dried and stored, they assume a yellowish-grey hue.
Symptoms include a cough accompanied by yellowish-grey or green mucus (sputum).
The fruits of the coffee tree are treated to remove the pulp, and the yellowish-grey beans are hulled, graded and bagged.
Or 16, 0.10 1-2 mm), argillaceous dolomite 16 0.20-0.95 Light yellowish-grey, micro- Or 17, 0.90 laminated, argillaceous dolomite with brownish stripes 17 0.95-1.20 Greyish-beige, microlaminated Or 18, 1.00 dolomite with brownish stripes 18 1.20-1.50 Yellowish, with grey spots, Or 19, 1.30 seminodular, biomicritic limestone (wackestone) 19 1.50-1.90+ Light grey, bioturbated Or 20, 1.60 limestone (wackestone) with dark grey burrows Table 2.