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  • It was whitish-gray from the tips of my fingers to just above my elbow.

    Zombies vs. Unicorns

  • As Oba and I neared the base, before us loomed a compound of faceless whitish-gray, block-like buildings.

    On the Right Track

  • The bark is smooth, whitish-gray, and occasionally blistered with resin vesicles, becoming thick, hard and irregularly furrowed with age.

    White fir

  • He was canvassing with an older woman who was wearing an Obama-Biden cap over whitish-gray dreadlocks.

    Danielle Aubert: Campaign Journal: Canvassing A Detroit Ghost Town

  • A beautiful Cherokee Indian, she was five feet tall, about ninety pounds, with whitish-gray shoulder-length hair and a copper-penny skin tone.

    Blue Rage, Black Redemption

  • It shows no signs of ill health except for multiple whitish-gray, plaque-like lesions on its chin, nostrils and lips.

    Mountain Gorillas: Discovery Channel: A Visit to Uganda

  • Scarpetta notices a sprinkling of fine, whitish-gray ash inside the pan.

    Predator

  • Her feet were bare, and her only garment was a slight chemise-shaped dress reaching below her knees, of a whitish-gray colour, with a faint lustre as of a silky material.

    Green Mansions

  • It was a thing of wooden shacks and whitish-gray tents, connected by a pattern of roads, with hard tan drill-grounds fringed with trees.

    The Beautiful and Damned

  • Kali Mur. at the second stage, when a feeling of stuffiness and whitish-gray tongue is accompanied by thick, white phlegm.

    Gentle Healing for Baby and Child

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