French white

silver white

1. Any white pigment used in paints.
2. A very pure variety of white lead; French white, China white.
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Cool stone and metallic elements complement rich woods, set off by French white oak and quartz floors.
The first floor has a flexible design, presently with an elegant French style dining salon with fine 18th century French white marble fireplace with shell motif, recessed lighting.
A scruffy jazz group (four French white boys) plays ragtime beneath the traffic light: trombone, French horn, sax, banjo.
Once the launch period has finished and the collarette disappears, this Colombard Chardonnay is in danger of becoming part of the wallpaper that is the bland French white fixture.
To complement the tea blends, Executive Chef Mark Sapienza created a variety of savory finger sandwiches including coorination chicken salad vol-au-vent; house smoked salmon on Boston brown bread; creme fraoche, Egg and chive on brioche; and Cucumber with white pepper and dill on French white.
We accompanied our meals with a bottle of French white wine (PS16.
With this win so close on the heels of the famous 1976 Paris Tasting, where the 1973 Chateau Montelena Chardonnay that Mike made took first place over some of the best French white Burgundies and American Chardonnays, he soon became affectionately known as the "King of Chardonnay.
There is lovely French white furniture throughout the show house and the wallpaper sets it off perfectly.
Almost overnight I came to appreciate South African wine and even wines made from chenin blanc - a French white grape that the Springboks have almost made their own.
Corningware's French White bakeware collection has undergone a "sweeping modernization.
I chose a glass of crisp dry French white which, according to the description, was 'packed with juicy fruit, lovely refreshing flavour and a long finish'.