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“I fiddled with a knobby cottonwood twig and peeled the bark away, revealing the whitish-green meaty wood.”
“I don't know the science, but I know that sometimes when I've pushed batteries past their limits, they burst, & you have that lovely whitish-green acidic crust to clean up.”
“The whitish-green rock hard lumps you find in Safeway are flavorless, dry, and uninspiring.”
“The doctor turned whitish-green as she understood what I had in mind.”
“The _silver_ or _white poplar_ (_Populus alba_) may be told from the other poplars by its characteristic smooth, _whitish-green bark_, often spotted with dark blotches, Fig. 43.”
“Bulb large, -- when full grown, measuring seven or eight inches in diameter, and weighing from eight to ten pounds; leaves rather large and numerous; skin very pale, or whitish-green; stem about six inches high.”
“Leaves whitish-green, broad, of moderate length, and slightly cut at the edges.”
“It seemed a mountain of whitish-green scales, fringed with long silvery moss, that hung like innumerable beards from every bough and twig.”
“The thrip, a small, rather three-cornered, whitish-green insect, has of late been very troublesome, as they eat the under side of the leaves of some varieties, especially the Delaware and Norton's Virginia, when the leaf will show rusty specks on the surface, and finally drop off.”
“They merely floated above the cracked expanse of whitish-green ice for some minutes.”
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