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dark

(1) Not used. See dark fiber.

(2) Not running. Taken offline.

(3) Not lit. See darkened datacenter.
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The darkish sky is from dust still in the atmosphere.
John added: "Despite the darkish tone, there are lots of laughs in Nitro; it's a controversial and delicate subject matter that's done tastefully.
And I wish to extend that optimism as long as I can even though I know bad habits are hard to break - the collective bad habits that have kept Filipinos stuck in a darkish hole for some time.
A 9-year-old girl was presented to our hospital on referral from a peripheral hospital with a one-week history of darkish discoloration of both feet and her left hand and a six-day history of a purulent feculent discharge from an exploratory laparotomy wound.
Can you suggest a suitable houseplant for a darkish corner of my flat?
There's a good choice of colours, from bright, summery ones to soothing neutrals - my favourite is French Grey, a lovely darkish grey with a hint of blue.
These classes may be called as follows: clear and semi-clear (classes 1-8) - transparent with a yellow hue and some acceptable opacity; opaque (classes 9-17) - opaque with small transparent areas; crystallized (classes 18-22) - mainly opaque with many bright-coloured spots; whitish (classes 23-26) - whitish with black, brown or yellow-colour intrusions; darkish (classes 27-30) - black or dark-coloured with small bright areas.
At that time, the bulk of imported teas was CTC tea, with the lower grades being small particles, fraudulent adulterations with other darkish powder material were possible.
We enter a darkish room holding a familiar but old-fashioned object, a nearly eleven-foot-long caravan, that endearing predecessor, somehow both clunky and flimsy, of today's hulking RVs.
Anterior spiracle whitish; lower calypter whitish with darkish setulae; the branch of vein M1 + 2 forming acute angle as it approaches the wing edge.
Radvanovsky, who'd been ill for the first performance of the run but from all reports sang splendidly, was in magisterial form for this one, the fourth, with the love-it-or-leave-it darkish, slightly covered, alluringly (at least to my ears) vibrant tone soaring gloriously or tapering to a hushed filament as she wielded it with properly regal command.
He was wearing a jacket, darkish blue with a faint stripe, the texture of a dog blanket and a contrast lapel.