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Adj.1.yellowish-white - of a white tinged with yellow
achromatic, neutral - having no hue; "neutral colors like black or white"
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It required a certain amount of scientific education to perceive that the grey scale of the Thing was no common oxide, that the yellowish-white metal that gleamed in the crack between the lid and the cylinder had an unfamiliar hue.
Mars and Saturn would be seen as two bright stars, close to the moon with Saturn on the right, shining with a yellowish-white tint and Mars on the left with a yellow-orange color.
Washington, May 14 ( ANI ): Just one night before the moon is in its full phase, Saturn will sneak directly below it, shining bright yellowish-white.
What name is given to the reflected yellowish-white glare over a field of ice?
4] It is characterized by slow-growing yellowish-white nodules, consisting of deposits of calcium and phosphates, within the scrotal skin.
Coxae covered with yellowish-white hairs, hairs on lower edge of coxae longer, mid coxa with 1-2 blackish bristly hairs.
It is recognized by having the hind femora unarmed; antennal segments II and III cylindrical and usually robust; antennal segment IV fusiform and slender; the antenniferous tubercle armed; the mesopleura and metapleura without yellowish-white granules; the female genital plates short to medium sized, never laminate or elongate; and the distal lobe of each paramere short.
Temperature of incineration Colour All teeth in urn High (>700[degrees]c) chalky-white same colour greyish-white [down arrow] bluish-grey bluish-white tan grey-black Low (~200[degrees]c) yellowish-white Different colours High temperature range chalky-white to in same urn bluish-white Low temperature range tan to yellowish-white Low-high temperature range: chalky-white to range yellowish-white of urns with No.
upon which one discerns the focusing spray-like yellowish-white light, the concentric, circular rows of seats, a portion of the screen.
Colours were yellowish-white with a definite orange/red centre or slightly in front of the meteor.
In pyogenic lymph nodes, a few small or large abscesses were found and some of these lymph nodes had yellowish-white foci.
The caterpillar gradually loses its appetite and becomes yellowish-white in colour, which shows that it is ready to spin itself into a cocoon.