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  • A lot of it was coming from the banks of muddy-looking rivers.

    Excerpt: Strength in What Remains by Tracy Kidder

  • Black (- white) is thrown in because creating black by combining cyan, magenta and yellow is not only inefficient, it also tends to produce a muddy-looking black instead of a pure black.

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  • Reyna now stepped forward, handing the muddy-looking elixir to Magni.

    The Shattering

  • Reyna now stepped forward, handing the muddy-looking elixir to Magni.

    The Shattering

  • Because of the very shallow nature of the lake, it must be accepted that the area within 100-300 feet of the shore will always be murky and even downright muddy-looking since it takes only a one-foot high wave to constantly churn up the muddy bottom.

    Rio Lerma

  • Each morning, a donkey comes and delivers a container of slightly muddy-looking water to the compound.

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  • If the question comes up about getting rid of the muddy-looking stuff around the marbles, suggest that the children might forgive themselves for misusing their energy, and understand that they did the best their awareness permitted at the time.

    Nurturing Spirituality in Children

  • (And change that muddy-looking graphic at the top.)

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  • A lynch mob would have had to chisel half the night to break through those muddy-looking walls.

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  • This enabled me to gain a clear view of a face with a sharp nose, some tufts of light-coloured hair on cheeks and chin, and a pair of small, muddy-looking eyes.

    Through Russia

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