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“I can see the wiring and the radiators showing up solid greenish-white like an x-ray of scissors in a stomach.”
“Rocking the greenish-white frog baby look, Diego notched up affairs with scores of beautiful women, including the film stars María Félix and Paulette Goddard.”
“The plant has delicate greenish-white flowers in Spring.”
“She was that shade of greenish-white someone got right before they heaved up their lunch.”
“If you stand just inside the revolving doors at the front entrance of the V&A and look up, you can see all the way to the full height of the building and the wonderful installation by Edmund de Waal of pale, greenish-white pots on a bright red lacquer shelf that runs around the inside of the dome above the new ceramics galleries.”
“My wife and I recently noticed Gloeocapsa magma algae on our 10-plus-year-old roof (shown), as well as lichens, which look like greenish-white splotches made with a paintbrush.”
“My wife and I recently noticed Gloeocapsa magma algae on our 10-plus-year-old roof shown, as well as lichens, which look like greenish-white splotches made with a paintbrush.”
“Upton grabbed a plain croissant and covered it with some sort of greenish-white cheese.”
“Big, with greenish-white skin and an intense peach smell Taste:”
“The pear-shaped fruit, ranging in color from greenish-white to purple, and in flavor from sweet to sour, was eaten raw if sweet, or cooked if sour.”
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