How to use Specks in a sentence

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  • Little specks flashed before her eyes.

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  • That would account for the specks swirling too, wouldn't it?

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  • In the latter part of the XVIIIth and the XIXth Dynasties a thick hard light pottery, with white specks and a polished drab-white facing, was generally used for all fine purposes.

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  • Dark specks in her eyes gave her a short warning and she glanced up at Alex, feeling the faint coming on.

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  • The expectoration soon becomes watery and profuse, with little whitish specks, which contain great quantities of bacilli.

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  • The eggs are generally three in number, of a dull white covered with confluent specks of greenish grey.

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  • Moody has since shown that when all traces of carbon dioxide are removed (which is a matter of great experimental difficulty) iron may be left in contact with oxygen and water for long periods without rust appearing, but on' the admission of carbon dioxide specks are rapidly formed.

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  • He was not going very fast, but on his flanks specks of foam began to appear and at times he would tremble like a leaf.

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  • The under surface is yellow to reddish, with dark specks.

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  • A CT scan of the abdomen showed both adrenals were enlarged and contained specks of calcium (3C, arrows ).

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  • It was carved from deep sapphire blue goldstone which was full of tiny twinkling golden specks.

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  • Tiny fishing boats slowly turn into distant specks, tipping over the horizon's empty edge.

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  • By making the edges more defined and removing unwanted specks, the image becomes clear and crisp.

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  • Some of the free-living forms possess eye specks.

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  • This is met with in the form of small granular specks in the substance of the chloroplast, specks which assume a blue color when treated with a solution of iodine.

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  • Other black specks have been identified as haematite and ilmenite; gold has also been found; other included minerals recorded are rutile, topaz, quartz, pyrites, apophyllite, and green scales of chlorite (?).

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  • Tiny fishing boats slowly turn into distant specks, tipping over the horizon 's empty edge.

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  • If you see small black specks in her fur, you can be sure she has fleas.

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  • You may notice her scratching, and you may even notice tiny black granular specks in your pet's fur.

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  • These specks are often called flea dirt, and they are actually the excrement from the fleas.

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  • If you place some of these specks on a wet paper towel, you'll find that they turn red because they are actually bits of dried blood.

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  • If you have trouble with specks of powder dust falling underneath the eye area during the dabbing of smoky shadow, you may want to apply concealer after your eye makeup rather than before.

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  • You can also experiment with darker shadows that contain iridescent specks that sparkle in a subtle way with every turn of your head.

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  • When millions of megapixels are crammed on tiny sensors, it results in digital "noise," which takes the form of tiny specks on your photos.

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  • If your dog has worms, you should be able to see rice-like specks with black ends upon close inspection.

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  • Sometimes those specks may still be moving.

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  • This is a low evergreen with the spreading and freely-branched habit of a Cotoneaster, with small leathery leaves and inconspicuous flowers, followed by small berries covered with tiny black specks.

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  • Small, dark-brown specks of lice excretion may be visible on underwear.

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  • But only a literary fop can be detained by specks like these.

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  • A swirling tide of noisy black specks rises from the hot sand.

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  • Specks of light flashed in her eyes and then her knees gave way.

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  • Besides these more highly differentiated organs of vision, more primitive eyes are present in others down to simple stellate pigment specks without any refracting apparatus.

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  • None of the inclusions in the diamond gives any clue to its origin; diamond itself has been found as an inclusion, as have also black specks of some carbonaceous materials.

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  • The most destructive is Botrytis cinerea which forms orangebrown or buff specks on the stems, pedicels, leaves and flower-buds, which increase in size and become covered with a delicate grey mould, completely destroying or disfiguring the parts attacked.

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