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beige

1. 
a. a very light brown, sometimes with a yellowish tinge, similar to the colour of undyed wool
b. (as adjective): beige gloves
2. a fabric made of undyed or unbleached wool
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Of the 400 ammonoids measured by the students, 319 were found in the light beige limestone (79.
In light of these conditions, delinquencies and foreclosures are expected to increase further in the coming months," the Beige Book noted.
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The Beige Network will be producing two more episodes which are each set to debut at midnight PST on October 1st and November 1st.
In the new report, Spiegelman's team, led by first author, Jun Wu, PhD, also found that beige cells are specifically targeted by the hormone irisin, which muscle cells express during exercise.
we verify the appropriateness of our scoring of the business economists' qualitative statements by comparing our results with an analogous scoring of the qualitative statements in various issues of the Federal Reserve Beige Book.
Painting it beige will just make it look like any other building in the side streets nearby.
Commercial construction activity in the Minneapolis district has increased slightly since the last Beige Book report.
At lunchtime on August 8, I left a large carrier bag at the Benton Cat and Dog Shelter containing kitten food and some thick beige towels.
You see, for most of my childhood I was under the impression that snooker is played on a surface called beige.
Commercial real estate businesses continued to "struggle" in all 12 regions, the Beige Book reported.