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dusty

(of a colour) tinged with grey; pale
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CAML series compressed air loaders expanded with four new models: CAMLLPS low-profile loaders for filling bins and hoppers supplied with lid and internal cartridge filter; CAML-LPL is similar but includes a larger external filter on its lid for dustier materials; CAML-M provides low capacity, direct feeding into machine throat or to feeder bins; and CAML-EV evacuator designed for filling drums or bins from a variety of sources.
Others arrived at the finish line far south of the saddle, clinging with eyes wide and teeth gritted to the dustier side of their dromedary.
Colors here ranged from bright jewel tones to dustier naturals.
With such discrepancies plaguing the current generation of models, scientists find it difficult to predict how quickly the world's climate will change; nor can they tell which regions will face dustier droughts or deadlier monsoons.
The spin magician has captured 55 first-class wickets and should now become more dangerous with the pitches getting dustier.
CAML series compressed air loaders expanded with four new models: CAML-LPS low-profile loaders for filling bins and hoppers supplied with lid and internal cartridge filter; CAML-LPL is similar but includes a larger external filter on its lid for dustier materials; CAML-M provides low capacity, direct feeding into machine throat or to feeder bins; and CAML-EV evacuator designed for filling drums or bins from a variety of sources.
Altogether dustier, with a rich, spicy aroma, it gives off ripe plum/prune flavours.
But maybe, just maybe, the results signal the end of the trend toward dirtier, dustier homes that experts have been trumpeting since the 1980s, when surveys showed that Americans were cleaning less and buying fewer cleaning products.
It's the first time we have pastels in about five years--but dustier, and a lot of yellow," Mooney related.
The last thing he wants is to spend his life surrounded by dusty old bric-a-brac and even dustier old antique dealers.
The content had become much more entertaining under the previous three editors (John Woodcock, Graeme Wright and Matthew Engel), and the cover was making Wisden look drier and dustier than it really is.