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gray ish

  • s  of an achromatic color of any lightness intermediate between the extremes of white and black

  • There would be all this poor, grayish soil, and then, right next to it, a tract of black that was several meters deep," says Johannes Lehmann, a soil scientist who worked in Manaus .
  • Java junkie Krista Marks is used to the looks of dismay she gets from guests when she offers them a cup of coffee and then pulls out a stash of grayish-green unroasted coffee beans.
  • With its grayish skew, could cycling become the new golf? A number of things suggest it already is.
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  • Jim Lovell in FOXNews
    The Moon is essentially gray, no color; looks like plaster of Paris or sort of a grayish beach sand,Lovell reported back to Mission Control.
  • Jake Tapper in ABC News
    Tapper, filing for ABC NEWS DIGITAL MEDIA, said that "Putin was apparently appreciative, saying before their meeting that he was looking forward to moving past 'periods of, shall we say, grayish mood between our two countries and of stagnation.' 'We...
  • Linn Ullmann in New York Times
    In the winter,Ullmann writes, "he let his hair grow free, giving him an aspect of towering grayish white, which in combination with his handsomely lined, aging face suggested the beginnings of a rauk, one of those 400-million-year-old...

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