broken white

broken white

A toned-down white paint, usually cream-colored.
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The code reads: "If the area is bordered by a broken white line, you should not enter the area unless it is necessary and you can see that it is safe to do so.
She said he was very close to the broken white lines between lanes one and two when, wearing dark clothing on an unlit section of road, he was struck by the Skoda, which was being driven "at the appropriate speed.
Tenders Are Invited for Replacement of Broken White Sand Stones of Central Verge,sfrc Gratings Opposite & Around Hall-7 to 11 and Replacement of Granite Stone of Information Counter of Hall-7 Eligibility Criteria : Criteria of eligibility for CPWD as well as on - CPWD con tractors.
Donald Trump has broken White House tradition by not hosting a dinner to mark the end of Ramadan.
However, in recent days the broken white lines emerged, dramatically altering the view.
The polished white rice was then sieved to record the percents of polished white (head) rice recovery, broken white rice and husk.
BRISTOL Abandoned, broken white goods deface an otherwise very pretty country lane
The price of Thai 5-percent broken white rice, a regional benchmark, dropped 9 percent to $381 a metric ton this year, the lowest level since January 2008, as the world's largest exporter sought to sell record reserves built up during a now-ended state-support program.
Just last week, NAB filed an emergency petition for rulemaking asking the FCC to fix its broken white space database.
Add the broken white chocolate and whisk until melted.
And for the first time ever, we decided to leave out the accent colours and to show a modern collection in shades of black, grey and broken white.
Resembling a sort of broken white box, it proved to be a bit of an ice cube in which to evoke the pressing heat of New Orleans and the crack-crack ling tension of a family under stress.