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dark

(1) Not used. See dark fiber.

(2) Not running. Taken offline.

(3) Not lit. See darkened datacenter.
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Head blackish brown with grayish microtomentum; orbital plates subglossy blackish brown with microtomentum; ocellar triangle darkish brown without microtomentum; lunule strap-shaped, darkish gray with black margin.
Given that we have a sighting of a darkish Ford Escort type van up by the Kowloon and a sighting here we feel is more positive of an Escort van then there could well be a link to this man.
Tamar Iveri made a striking Donna Anna, with dark good looks and a darkish, but cleanly tuned, voice, propelled by an eager temperament.
Precisely at such a time, when she was standing there on the sun-flooded balcony, the doorbell rang, and at the entrance appeared a tall, darkish, and quite handsome youth with a briefcase in his hand.
On a first premolar I noticed two darkish areas in the occlusal pits, commonly referred to as "snake eyes.
Soil properties and chemical characteristics Characteristic Ellinbank (Ferrosol) Arawata (Dermosol) Textural class Fine sandy clay loam Sandy clay loam Colour Dark greyish brown Darkish grey brown Gravel <5% <5% Lime Negligible Negligible pH([H.
The music was lumped in the alt-country/Americana compartment home to the likes of the Lambchop and the Handsome Family (here later this autumn), but in reality covered folk/country/blues territory - true American roots music - with a distinctly darkish tinge.
In this case, no visible changes in the specimen were noted until the sudden formation of a number of darkish points, associated to the very small gmPE particles.
LOCOL a small bee from the Philippines that produces sour honey and darkish wax.
The local diner has adequate coffee, so you go and sit in a darkish corner, trying to wake up.
As an old hand at the darkish west coast roasts, the above comments are made with fullest respect for the deep and sweet, but I have destroyed too many coffees myself to not warn anyone.
Although some of the depositions mention buboes, the lymph node swellings characteristic of (but not unique to) bubonic plague, the most common "signs of the plague" were lenticulae (freckles) or pestilentialis punturae (pestilential points) - in other words, darkish points or pustules covering large areas of the body.