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dusty

(of a colour) tinged with grey; pale
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Mine was in 20 gauge (it's also available as a 12), and in addition to holding more shells than I had time to shoot each time we managed to catch up to a flock of guineas, it worked to perfection, even when subjected to some of the dustiest conditions I've ever experienced.
On occasions, he said, shifts would raid each others' lockers to "steal" colleagues' masks for the dustiest and most unpleasant areas of the plant.
cesspoor" comprised of "the muddiest mud, the weediest weeds, the dustiest dust, and the most ferocious mosquitoes the world has ever known.
Loeb lost heaps of time with a mistake on stage 12 and finished tenth while Sordo had to settle for second when forced to run first on the road through the final day and encountering the dustiest conditions.
In the shorter term though, both the 1902 and 1907 Reports adopted union calls for administrative controls such as wider spacing between workers in trenches, safer use of explosives and shorter hours (and higher pay) for those doing the dustiest work.
Further on in the poem he speaks of exchanging sunshine and air for "the gross / And smoky atmosphere--the dustiest street / Of the most dusty Town" as Fanny Price herself does (Poems 100-01).
As I wrestled with the plane for a few more seconds, out of one of the darkest, dustiest corners in my mind, the old Viking EP for emergency takeoff reared its head.