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milkiness

A white, semiopaque discoloration in a clear varnish film.
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He cowered in the midst of the milky water, as though the vastness were pressing in upon him with overwhelming force, brutally crushing him with its complacent awfulness.
And into that lake flowed a small stream, the water of which was not milky.
Late in the afternoon he followed a stream, milky with lime, which ran through sparse patches of rush-grass.
He reached for it with both hands and stirred up the milky mud at the bottom.
He loved the red gold of the sunstone, and the moonstone's pearly whiteness, and the broken rainbow of the milky opal.
And some certain significance lurks in all things, else all things are little worth, and the round world itself but an empty cipher, except to sell by the cartload, as they do hills about Boston, to fill up some morass in the Milky Way.
One thinks Heidelberg by day--with its surroundings-- is the last possibility of the beautiful; but when he sees Heidelberg by night, a fallen Milky Way, with that glittering railway constellation pinned to the border, he requires time to consider upon the verdict.
Darling there was a commotion in the firmament, and the smallest of all the stars in the Milky Way screamed out:
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- An international team of astronomers has made a surprising discovery about the birthplace of groups of stars located in the halo of our Milky Way galaxy.
Our home galaxy, the Milky Way, is the one that has been most thoroughly studied by astronomers, given its proximity.
Press Trust of India | Tokyo I f confirmed, object will rank as second largest blackhole in Milky Way Astronomers observed gas cloud to understand movement of its gases Scientists also detected radio waves coming from centre of the cloud A huge blackhole - about 100,000 times more massive than our Sun - has been discovered lurking in a toxic gas cloud near the heart of the Milky Way.
THE MOST DISTANT STARS discovered in the Milky Way's outer reaches might have been ripped away from a companion galaxy.