French white

silver white

1. Any white pigment used in paints.
2. A very pure variety of white lead; French white, China white.
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Floor-to-ceiling windows offer Manhattan views and the homes are outfitted with custom-stained French white oak hardwood floors, stainless steel GE Profile kitchen appliances and Kohler fixtures with custom-designed European cabinetry, and bathrooms with Italian-gray marble tile floors in a herringbone pattern and white subway tile walls.
It began with a mix of starters including crostini; the next course was salmon mousseline in a creamy French white wine sauce, the main was chicken Lyonnaise, and the dessert was Waldorf pudding followed by a White Star Line cheese board.
WHITE: Ferrandiere Pinot Gris 2018, PS5.99 A lovely French white with notes of peach - great with fish or fruity puds.
VIOGNIER: A lovely sing-song grape, vee-oh-nee-aye is one of the best and rarest French white grapes.
2018 Online Drinks Retailer of the Year and is centred on medium bodied raspberry and red cherry fruit with firm acidity and a complex background of vanilla, Davy's French White No.1 PS7.95 at Here is a delightful house white from Davy's, who run several London wine bars and nowadays also sell online.
It features the modern design based on the 85th anniversary logo, inspired by the French white and blue,' said Huang.
The Cdigo 1530 Rosa Tequila begins with the purity of Blanco, then is rested for 1 month in uncharred Napa Cabernet French White Oak barrels.
'This fashionable French white from the Languedoc region is great value, and with flavours of vibrant lemons, herbal freshness and a zesty finish, is sure to bring a splash of Mediterranean sunshine to an English spring.
I found this a little similar to a southern French white from the Rhone with slightly more zesty.
Colors Nail Lacquer in French White, $2, drugstores
Roast Chicken Club Baguette with a French Chardonnay (Loire Valley, France) "An excellent match for a meat or creamy dish, it's slightly smoky taste with a salty finish also compliments the bacon ingredient of the dish well." Festive Flatbread with a "spicy" French white "Combines exceptionally with the beautifully combined ingredients of this dish, especially the tangy cranberry sweetness."
By crushing the peppers and mixing in island salt and adding French white wine vinegar, McIlhenny made a mash he aged for 60 days, then sold in perfume bottles.