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Figure 1 shows an example of pellets with discolored specks.
Coffee, cigarettes, and even certain medications can cause patients to experience stained and discolored teeth.
Water may be discolored during the flushing and for several hours after flushing each day.
Q: Late last summer the leaves on one of my dogwoods wilted and became discolored.
The Chicago Conservation Center, one of the nation's premiere art preservation laboratories, is restoring the murals, which are covered with decades of grime and discolored varnish.
They were low in energy, and their shells were discolored.
In 1999, he noticed that troubled-looking young lobsters, with discolored shells and lethargic attitudes, usually lived alone.
The injury was classified as a sprain, which means damage to the ligaments, and Farmar said the ankle was discolored.
The resample also came back in a similar discolored fashion.
The result is unsightly: crusty, discolored and malformed toenails.
Oil overfill, discolored oil, or a cracked dipstick tube deadlines the vehicle.
People with the Clouston syndrome have characteristic thin, dry hair, and thick nails that are often discolored (Figure Two).
A large varicose vessel was observed leading to the mass, and the entire left side of the vocal fold was discolored yellow and red.
Before he gave his dancers their first moves, he walked the musty, discolored rooms like an urban archeologist visualizing life from a bygone era.