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dusty

(of a colour) tinged with grey; pale
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It can be assumed that materials applied on road to minimise dustiness do not have a significant influence on the distribution of heavy metals in roadside soils, in the meantime the spread of heavy metals in roadsides is influenced by the intensity of traffic flows, roadside trenches and topographic conditions.
Investigation of seaport air dustiness and dust spread, Journal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management 15(1): 15-23.
They are mainly technical salts (chlorides) reducing dustiness and increasing traffic safety.
Preservative-free lattices can be produced by drying the latex but that leads to an undesirable dustiness.
However, based on the nature of their work, the absence of occupational hygiene measures, and our observations of the dustiness of the workplaces, most children were probably exposed above occupational limits.
Its writing is heavy, gleaming and selfserious, like a luxury good, and lacks the spring and verve from which historical fiction, already prone to dustiness, can especially benefit.
Albedo markings in that area began to return to visibility on Nov 2 and later, but Margaritifer remained faint, and we can see dustiness in Noachis-Argyre as well as the fading of the SPC--due to fallout - in the last days of October.
Dr Joyner said: "Some of the most significant and important works being displayed are the small paintings that Kyffin made in gouache, which he found truly demonstrated the heat and the dustiness of the terrain.
Everywhere beyond the room, beyond the dustiness and the clay models draped in plastic sheeting, the stones stacked in the corner and the tools laid out on the long green bench, beyond this place, everything was formless and impossible to know.
As if to ease the cowboy's passage to the mid-20th-century, Kaufman shoots the scenes at Edwards Air Force Base in ways that emphasize its dustiness, isolation, and backwardness.
2007c) Investigation of seaport air dustiness and dust spread, Journal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management, 15(1), pp.