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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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One side of Mars is relatively bland and bright; the other is more mottled with darkish albedo features.
Anterior spiracle whitish; lower calypter whitish with darkish setulae; the branch of vein M1 + 2 forming acute angle as it approaches the wing edge.
Radvanovsky, who'd been ill for the first performance of the run but from all reports sang splendidly, was in magisterial form for this one, the fourth, with the love-it-or-leave-it darkish, slightly covered, alluringly (at least to my ears) vibrant tone soaring gloriously or tapering to a hushed filament as she wielded it with properly regal command.
NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, using its imaging spectrometer, detected hydrated minerals on slopes with darkish streaks appearing to stream down deep slopes during the warm seasons and fade out during the cold; this points to a likely shallow, subsurface flow of water.
He was wearing a jacket, darkish blue with a faint stripe, the texture of a dog blanket and a contrast lapel.
Sei whales where identified only when the combination of a single rostral ridge, symmetrical jaw pigmentation, darkish grey dorsal coloration and falcate dorsal fin with rounded tips was present; this combination ruled out Eden (Bryde's) or Fin whales.
The Grey Lady stood with her back to the painting, darkish hair hanging loose to her neck, her face a mere suggestion as she prepared to peep over one shoulder.
What was once a comfortably quiet, darkish space where my fellow students and I would take out our semester textbooks, do a little research in encyclopedias for Social Studies, and occasionally grab a novel for English is now a space in transition: a learning commons.
These darkish streaks appear to ebb and flow over time.
It's darkish with a meandering interior and a random collection of art and decor items that convince you that someone from another era named Euphemia could actually have lived here.
The colour varies but usually they are darkish brown or black.