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black

mod. without cream or milk. (Said of coffee.) Black coffee, good and hot, please.
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Diagnosis: Body generally pale, yellowish orange, with whitish and blackish patches on darkened wing membrane (Fig.
Forewings infuscate, with hyaline apex, substigmal spot of forewing distinct, stigma blackish, costa yellowish with dark brown at apex, subcosta and rest of venation blackish; hindwings hyaline.
Abdomen: Predominantly blackish with small orange to orange-brown patches dorsally, fine silver-grey pruinose, pale yellow and white setose.
This time she had moderate intensity pain in her toes, specifically right big toe and left 4th toe which turned blackish in color.
Duodenal and jejunal mucosa was severely ulcerated and lumen contained blackish malodorous ingesta (Fig.
During a random ocular inspection conducted last year by audit examiners, it was discovered that "a number of vehicles emitted blackish and foul-smelling smoke."
The bird dwells in semi-arid areas and typically has a brownish underbelly and blackish feathers.
A 6 days old baby boy was brought to emergency with blackish ulcers all over the body.
Which 'O' is a blackish coloured volcanic glass formed when lava cools quickly?
Anthony Andersons piercing wail kicks off the new Freeform series "Grownish," a spinoff of ABCs "Blackish" that premiered Wednesday and centers on the college experience of the Johnson familys oldest child.
His fingernails also showed punctate leukonychia; small, blackish linear streaks between hyperpigmented bands; and hyperkeratosis in the hyponychium, which obliterated the distal groove, again predominantly on the right hand (Figure 1, informed consent has been obtained from the patient).
A 48-year-old female with a history of chronic smoking and symptoms of weight loss and dyspepsia presented to our hospital to undergo esophagogastroduodenoscopy, which revealed blackish to brown discoloration of the mucosa in the hypopharynx, extending to the vallecula (Figure 1).