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  • Ms. Beatha Lee is a shaggy, dirty-white Wheaten terrier.

    Annandale civic association elects dog as president

  • The carrot goo, administered through syringe, dribbled out his mouth and down his dirty-white chest.

    Puff

  • From beneath this fell a scant fringe of stained and dirty-white hair.

    Page 1

  • Ms. Beatha Lee is a shaggy, dirty-white wheaten terrier.

    Annandale civic association elects dog as president

  • An empty, unfurnished dirty-white room, with dark brown holes in the ceiling, walls and floor, is titled "Gas Chamber" — the artist based the painting, tinged with the colors of urine, feces and blood, on a sketch he had made at Auschwitz.

    Can My Colleagues Be Serious?

  • An empty, unfurnished dirty-white room, with dark brown holes in the ceiling, walls and floor, is titled "Gas Chamber" — the artist based the painting, tinged with the colors of urine, feces and blood, on a sketch he had made at Auschwitz.

    Can My Colleagues Be Serious?

  • Woodrow's straw-blond head bobbed absently ahead of the wagon, where he stood feeding the two horses, one dirty-white, the other dove-colored.

    Stalling

  • And dawn coming, dirty-white, and chill with a hopeless rain?

    Siegfried Sassoon, "Aftermath"

  • -- All the world's Grape Nuts come from a dirty-white, six-story concrete building with steam rising out of the roof here in the San Joaquin Valley.

    No Grapes, No Nuts, No Market Share: A Venerable Cereal Faces Crunchtime

  • The leader of this area's dog pack, whose coat is dirty-white with black patches, rises from a nap, stretches lazily, and lopes off to a butcher shop.

    In Moscow's Metro, a Stray Dog's Life

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