brown stain


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brown stain

A chocolate brown stain produced by fungus in the sapwood of some pine trees.
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The white satin was darkened everywhere with big brown stains, the gold threads on the crowned harp were frayed and discoloured, and the Red Bull, the totem of the Mavericks, was coffee-hued.
Fluoride related alterations in enamel lead to surface hypermineralization and subsurface hypomineralization which are characterized by white opaque appearance with secondary brown stain. The successful treatment of fluorosed teeth depends on the severity of the fluorosis [1].
A closer look at the same tooth (bottom) reveals filing marks (B and C), putty (D) and a reddish brown stain (E).
Low Tide, a mid-tone brown stain with subtle distressing available on every piece, replicates antiques with water spots and burnishing.
For two days, I was left with a disgusting brown stain round the bath until Ippolito sent over his handyman.
The salts will still absorb moisture but this time from within the room showing up as a patch of dampness usually with a brown stain to make it even less attractive.
Second, and ultimately the most important finding, the teeth afflicted with what they called "Colorado Brown Stain" were inexplicably resistant to decay.
What's the mileage reimbursement for a big, brown stain and sour-milk odor?
Brown stain makes the appearance of ponderosa pine shop lumber look dark, streaky, and splotchy, which often results in lumber downgrading.
White-haired breeds will show a brown stain on legs and paws where they have been licking.
When the water would come over bow it would leave a brown stain. It was like literally diving in crap.
Dip the sponge into the bowl of tea, and wipe the brown stain all over both sides of each sheet of paper.