gray-white


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Synonyms for gray-white

of white tinged with grey

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In newly fallen snow I see the smears of red and tufts of gray-white hairwhere a hungry fox met an unlucky cottontail.
According to the Fukuoka District Meteorological Observatory, tiny amounts of gray-white volcanic ash fell near the No.
5; clue cells 20% or more; positive amine test; thin, nonclumping, gray-white adherent discharge).
During the surgery, a gray-white colored, lobulated, encapsulated mass (6 x 5 x 3 cm) completely occupying the left atrium was excised (Fig.
In each, a black rectangle seems to float slightly above the center of a gray-white background.
Technical (white or gray) salt with additives before anticaking (induration), crystal bulk product, from white to gray-white purchase.
Initial computed tomography (CT) brain examination demonstrated vague heterogenous mixed hyperdensities in the gray-white junctions of the frontoparietal lobes bilaterally as well as extensive surrounding hypoattenuation in the subcortical white matter.
Subsequent magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) demonstrated restricted diffusion in the region of heterogeneous attenuation on CT at the gray-white junction of the bilateral frontoparietal lobes (Figures 2b and 2d).
The most apparent aspect of this caterpillar is the unsightly gray-white silken web spun first over the ends of branches, then expanded as the caterpillars feed inward and downward.
The cut surface was 50% fatty and 50% gray-white and fibrous.
Holly bark is light gray and smooth; twigs are gray-white.