grey area

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an intermediate area


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Both Grey Area and Paul Wackers have an engaging approach to art and expression, which made them the ideal partners to kick off the brand's commitment to public art.
Most other situations, even though many employers like Sonny assume otherwise, fall into the grey area where Mario's situation resides.
A new concept in high-speed imaging from DRS Hadland covers the grey area between conventional high-speed video cameras and the ultra high-speed systems.
But in between these extremes are a grey area of children's literature that is "spiritual indoctrination (into evil and falsehood) wrapped in pleasing adventure packages.
HELSINKI -- Grey Area, the mobile game developer changing the way people interact with their friends and surroundings, is proud to announce the Shadow Cities App for iPhone and iPod touch is now available on the App Store.
Somewhere in the grey area where pub rock meets new wave, the land inhabited by Dire Straits, Squeeze, Joe Jackson and Nick Lowe (and, perhaps, presided over by the king himself Elvis Costello) lives a man called Graham Parker.
In a grey area that lacks scientific proof, we cannot be too careful".
It seems as if there is no grey area any more over challenges inside the box now - penalties are either given or players are booked for diving, yet there are still tussles that could be settled by awarding a free-kick.
30pm)HISTORIAN Justin Champion sets out to find the extent of the Queen's fortune, including her private investments - described as ``the best kept secret in the country, there are no leaks'' - and the grey area of what is public and what is private.