broken white

broken white

A toned-down white paint, usually cream-colored.
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BRISTOL Abandoned, broken white goods deface an otherwise very pretty country lane
Add the broken white chocolate and whisk until melted.
And for the first time ever, we decided to leave out the accent colours and to show a modern collection in shades of black, grey and broken white.
Resembling a sort of broken white box, it proved to be a bit of an ice cube in which to evoke the pressing heat of New Orleans and the crack-crack ling tension of a family under stress.
Tenders are invited for Annual Contract At Unit Rate For Replacing Broken White Glazed W.
This trend is also embodied by the colors mushroom, mint, or broken white.
To me, nothing says 'roll the windows up and put your foot down' more than a street of front gardens full of broken white goods and old, busted sofas, and Kilmarnock's Onthank estate (a tip if you're ever asked to stay there: swap the first two letters of its name around and add an 's' at the end) was truly no exception.
Warwickshire County Council says the lane in Weddington Road is marked with a broken white line - which is "advisory" and vehicles are legally permitted to enter the lane when necessary if it is clear of cyclists.
I saw the truck's front tire moving toward the broken white line.
Cut out the large piece on the next page along the broken white lines.
As Carr describes one branch: "So many members were on disability that the group seemed, quite literally, to be a refuge for broken white people" (269).
But because lanes on the road have broken white lines down the side, which means they are only advisory, police cannot take action against drivers parking on them.