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  • The sky was often a solid white-gray color for days at a time.

    So Much Pretty

  • The sky was often a solid white-gray color for days at a time.

    So Much Pretty

  • She managed to turn over so that she faced up and could see the branches carving delicate script from the white-gray mist.

    The Black Madonna

  • Puffs of white-gray smoke drifted over the roof of the bungalow from the backyard.

    The Aloha Quilt

  • From his hilltop position, Jack could see down a long narrow valley flanked by low mountains and bearing perfectly formed meteor craters all the way along its length, every one of them covered in a layer of the white-gray frost.

    THE 5 GREATEST WARRIORS

  • Puffs of white-gray smoke drifted over the roof of the bungalow from the backyard.

    The Aloha Quilt

  • He's slept later than usual this morning, for dawn's white-gray is already turning golden.

    Hotel Chelsea - Intercut 6

  • From his hilltop position, Jack could see down a long narrow valley flanked by low mountains and bearing perfectly formed meteor craters all the way along its length, every one of them covered in a layer of the white-gray frost.

    THE 5 GREATEST WARRIORS

  • Water gets incorporated into the mix and evaporates, and white-gray mounds persist.

    Lawn

  • From his hilltop position, Jack could see down a long narrow valley flanked by low mountains and bearing perfectly formed meteor craters all the way along its length, every one of them covered in a layer of the white-gray frost.

    THE 5 GREATEST WARRIORS

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