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Synonyms for cinnamon-colored

having the color of cinnamon

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Back through the cinnamon-colored doors, back to the check-in room and back onto the bus.
One of these famous cinnamon-colored giants, the "General Sherman," was already a few hundred years old when Jesus walked the earth.
We're standing in a deserted picnic grove among the cinnamon-colored trunks of incense cedars.
Reminiscent of brush cherry, it has dense, dark green leaves 1/2 to 1 inch long and cinnamon-colored bark.
Cinnamon-colored clinamen obscures that ocean and I oar out We never spat our objections
One solution is to limit the number of people who can visit fragile areas, such as Delicate Arch, the breathtaking formation of cinnamon-colored sandstone at Arches National Park: One day, park officials say, you may have to make reservations just to get into a park.
Given the evident seasonality of the gray pelage, it seems to us that the gray color phase of the spotted ground squirrel often referred to in the literature results from individual cases of seasonal dichromatism, with some (but not all) cinnamon-colored animals molting into a gray winter pelage.
The main subjects are a pair of adult Whoopers with two cinnamon-colored offspring.
It has cream and green leaves along cinnamon-colored stems, and cuttings from it are highly prized as background or filler in flower arrangements.
This cinnamon-colored treat is "soft and chewy, with an intense pear flavor," says ARS food technologist Tara H.
Francis statue, and the weathered wagon wheel behind it, look more in keeping with those softly molded, cinnamon-colored adobe walls?
No Mohave ground squirrels had been found at the Palmdale school sites, but officials said buying the replacement land was cheaper than hiring a consultant, waiting until spring - when the cinnamon-colored rodents would be active above ground - and setting out noninjuring traps to see if any lived there.
nigra) starts out with gray white or cinnamon-colored bark that peels and flakes, darkening with age; B.
Anglers should expect insect hatches to vary dramatically from month to month, and even from day to day--with big, size 10 Green and Brown Drake mayflies in late June to tiny, size 20 cinnamon-colored flying ants in August.
Another advantage of this species is the rich cinnamon-colored bark carried by some of its varieties, all of which are named after American Indian tribes.