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/ˈyɛl oʊ ɪʃ/
; tinged with
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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green in spring, bright green by summer, brilliant yellow in fall.
People can be made to see reddish green and
blue-colors forbidden by theories of color perception.
Then, they stop moving around so much and start to turn a
color and get more tan, and that's the pupa forming.
part in the upper right of this false color image is that volcanic vent.
The brighter meteors were mostly
The colors were these amazing bright blue, green and a little bit of
When it relaxes, the energy it has absorbed is re-emitted as
In external appearance the non-medullated nerve fibers are semitransparent and gray or
The trunk is a pillar of
bark, cracked in a honeycomb pattern.
older stars can be seen in the central bulge of each galaxy.
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