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The circumstance of sympatry—the fact that charcoal gray individuals of H. simus and reddish gold individuals of the mysterious new form were both resident in the Ranomafana forest—strongly suggested that they were distinct species.
Unbelting his short khaki trench coat, Teodoro slid onto the opposite seat, the vinyl squeaking beneath his charcoal gray trousers.
The rescue, once it came down to a matter of digging, had taken most of the day, and the light was fading now, the glow of the fire and of the few lamps that had been lit making deep patterns of apricot gold against the charcoal gray of the parlor's long shadows.
On the altar he was transformed into Kerr Greenwood, eyes shining; wearing Kerr’s navy blue blazer and charcoal gray slacks; speaking and projecting from the bottom of Kerr’s all-American heart: We thought to ourselves, gosh, not everybody who will be honoring Dad today knew him when he was alive.