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beige

1. 
a. a very light brown, sometimes with a yellowish tinge, similar to the colour of undyed wool
b. (as adjective): beige gloves
2. a fabric made of undyed or unbleached wool
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The male police uniform comprises beige colour jacket, trousers, beige colour beret with black stripe [from the existing red] and black shoes instead of red shoes.
The West Africa Regional Director for Africa Lead, Carla Denizard said the primary aim to collaborate with Beige Foundation is to develop individual capacity and strengthen organizational capacity by promoting entrepreneurship, business excellence, and youth development.
Analysts at Beige Market Intelligence say that the data center operators are procuring data center equipment such as servers and storage from different vendors, which make it difficult for enterprises to procure standardised rack solutions.
The beige adipocyte is a type of adipose cell described by the ability to induce these cells to produce heat and increase energy expenditure.
Stitch 2 beige print 1 1/2" x 4 1/2" strips to sides.
It is likely that the phenotypic switch is caused by several mechanisms: (a) inhibition of progenitor proliferation and differentiation into additional thermogenic fat cells; (b) regulated cell death of existing thermogenic fat cells; and (c) remaining brown and beige fat cells taking on a more "white fat--like" morphology, with reduced mitochondrial contents and enlarged lipid droplets.
The Beige Book will be referred to the Fed's decision-making Federal Open Market Committee when it convenes April 30 and May 1.
Scientists may have found a lever that can be converted into the desired unwanted white beige (brown-like) fat cells, can tumble the excess pounds.
Manufacturing was mixed overall since the previous Beige Book with six districts reporting an expansion of activity and three reporting a decrease.
Richard Bartlett of Bartlett, Hartley and Mulkey Architects PA described the tile as "Jura Stone Light Beige (light tan) and Jura Stone Blue-gray," both of which originated in Germany.
Because this type of fat can burn off calories -- rather than store them, as "white fat" cells do -- beige fat cells might spawn new therapies for obesity and diabetes, according to researchers led by Bruce Spiegelman, PhD, of Dana-Farber.
We compare these qualitative forecasts with the Beige Book.