Grey-green sentence example

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  • The grey-green leaves have seven leaflets, and are scented when young.
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  • On the former there are now no traces of antiquity, but on the latter are scanty remains of the city walls, in small blocks of the grey-green tufa (cappellaccio) which is used in the earliest buildings of Rome, and traces of the streets.
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  • Blue mud, according to Murray and Renard, is usually of a blue or slaty or grey-green colour when fresh, the upper surface having, however, a reddish tint.
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  • The Iceland poppy (P. undicaule), is one of the showiest species, having grey-green pinnate leaves and flowers varying in colour from pure white to deep orange-yellow, orange-scarlet, &c. Specially fine varieties with stalks 18-24 in.
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  • This is a variety which turns color from the normal grey-green to become increasingly burnished into Winter.
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  • At Helwith in Ribblesdale, the hard, dark grey-green mudstone quarried there is much in demand today for producing skid resistant roadstone.
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  • The slender rather wiry plant has light grey-green narrow leaves.
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  • Isatis glauca is a handsome perennial of 3 feet, with grey-green furrowed stems and long narrow leaves with a white mid-rib.
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  • A. serpyllifolium is a grey-green leaved form, with yellow flowers.
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  • P. pleianthum is from China, its spreading leaves rising to nearly 2 feet in height, with large drooping bunches of purple flowers and heavy grey-green fruits turning purple when fully ripe.
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  • An annual stately and showy with large flowers, the foliage grey-green, flowers variable in form and color, rank in smell and useless for cutting, but of good effect when grouped boldly.
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  • They are cut into many widely-spread leaflets, measure 18 by 12 inches at the base, their upper, surface a dark green changing to grey-green on the under side.
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