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  • Web Link The cloth is added to a pale white-green colored (leuco) solution.

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe

  • And their paddles were scooping up light, white-green flickers of light.

    The Worst Thing I've Done

  • In the dark, they sat around the pitcher and waited for the white-green flickers.

    The Worst Thing I've Done

  • It feels as if all waters around them and way beyond them are saturated with that white-green flicker, heavy with that light—phosphorescent, fluorescent—and will cradle them if they were to leap in, just as it cradles their kayaks.

    The Worst Thing I've Done

  • The latter adds an unwelcome pink heaviness to the blend; it seems incongruous in this ethereal white-green composition.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • But for me, this white-green one here is number 1.

    CNN Transcript Dec 15, 2006

  • She waited for some time, bewitched likewise by the great October moon and the sky full of resplendent white-green light.

    The Captain's Doll

  • Red, blue, green, white, red-blue, as two of the souls of the dead dragons combined, then white-green, constantly changing until he grew dizzy and was forced to look away.

    Dragons Of A Lost Star

  • They touched him, then engulfed him, turning him into a column of searing, white-green fire that grew to three times the boy's height.

    And Other Tales Of Valdemar

  • Fountains of white-green fire were exploding from the ruptured Jem'Hadar station as the aliens inside boiled out with the wasplike fury Dax had predicted.

    Time's Enemy

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