pentatonic scale

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a gapped scale with five notes

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Sew blue scale print 3 1/2 x 44 1/2" strips to sides.
2B) bluish grey with bright blue scale margins on upper part of head and body above imaginary line connecting lower margin of eye and upper edge of caudal peduncle and yellow below this line; pair of bright blue bands on top of head as in small juveniles, but upper extending to dorsal fin origin and lower reaching about half this distance; also shorter blue bands and narrow lines on side of snout, behind eye and on suborbital; dorsal fin bluish grey with blue flecks, narrow blue margin and large blue-edged black spot on middle portion of fin.
My stock included Buford Bronze peafowl, Mandarins, Temmink Tragopan, E1iot's pheasants, one African crane and Texas Blue Scale quail.
The stockings will help you create blue scales on your face.
Dorian, Mixolydian, Pentatonic, Blue Scales. Universal, 2016.
Raven, also known as Mystique, was once just a teenage girl with skin that tended to break out (albeit in blue scales).
1996); both forms have blue scales along the submarginal region of the dorsal side of the hindwings.
"Lazy", a fish ring with epoxy royal blue scales, captivates with a multitude of miniature blue crystals applied using the Pointiageao technique.
A statement from the gallery said: "The snake is mainly black but has greenish blue scales and was almost certainly painted from imagination."
I'd become fascinated by the red and blue scales of one particular fish and swam over to take a closer look.
Between this row and the central bar is a dusting of blue scales, much reduced towards the apex where it is totally absent.
Am the dismembered figurehead, ballast, breasts covered in blue scales. I am at rudder, at bow, at mast, at rigging, at deck, at halyard, at stern when the hold explodes with screaming.