grey vs gray

grey gray

Definitions

  • 1) Alternative form of gray.
  • 2) clothing that is a grey color
  • 3) United States writer of western adventure novels (1875-1939)
  • 4) horse of a light gray or whitish color
  • 5) Englishman who as Prime Minister implemented social reforms including the abolition of slavery throughout the British Empire (1764-1845)
  • 6) Queen of England for nine days in 1553; she was quickly replaced by Mary Tudor and beheaded for treason (1537-1554)
  • 7) any organization or party whose uniforms or badges are grey
  • 8) etc. See gray, etc.
  • 9) See gray (the correct orthography).
  • 10) used to signify the Confederate forces in the American Civil War (who wore grey uniforms)
  • 11) intermediate in character or position
  • 12) turn grey
  • 13) make grey

Definitions

  • 1) An object or animal of the color gray.
  • 2) The Confederate Army.
  • 3) An achromatic color of any lightness between the extremes of black and white.
  • 4) A member of the Confederate Army in the Civil War.
  • 5) The SI unit for the energy absorbed from ionizing radiation, equal to one joule per kilogram.
  • 6) An animal or thing of gray color, as a horse, a badger, or a kind of salmon.
  • 7) (U. S. History) the Confederate army or a soldier in the confederate army.
  • 8) A gray color; any mixture of white and black; also, a neutral or whitish tint.
  • 9) the SI unit of absorbed dosage of ionizing radiation, equal to an absorbed energy of 1 joule per kilogram of irradiated material; -- abbreviated Gy. This unit is 100 times the commonly used unit, the rad.
  • 10) A gray horse.
  • 11) An animal of a gray color.
  • 12) Unbleached cotton fabric; a piece of cotton or worsted cloth, in the natural color of the raw material, as it comes from the loom, before it is dyed or finished.
  • 13) The gray duck, or gadwall.
  • 14) The California gray whale; the grayback.
  • 15) Twilight: as, the gray of the morning, or of the evening.
  • 16) A water-color consisting of carbon-black, lake, and indigo.
  • 17) plural A Scottish regiment of cavalry forming the second regiment of dragoons in the British army: so called from the color of their horses. Also Scots Grays.
  • 18) A gray color or tint; a color having little or no distinctive hue (chroma) and only moderate luminosity.
  • 19) Same as methylene gray.
  • 20) A kind of salmon, Salmo ferox.
  • 21) Of or relating to an achromatic color of any lightness between the extremes of black and white.
  • 22) Dull or dark.
  • 23) Lacking in cheer; gloomy.
  • 24) Intermediate in character or position, as with regard to a subjective matter.
  • 25) Old or venerable.
  • 26) Having gray hair; hoary.
  • 27) (Min.) tetrahedrite.
  • 28) (Zoöl.) the chickara.
  • 29) (Min.) smaltite.
  • 30) (Min.) stibnite.
  • 31) any color of neutral hue between white and black; white mixed with black, as the color of pepper and salt, or of ashes, or of hair whitened by age; sometimes, a dark mixed color.
  • 32) Gray-haired; gray-headed; of a gray color; hoary.
  • 33) (Zoöl.) the peregrine falcon.
  • 34) gloomy; dismal.
  • 35) Old; mature.
  • 36) (Zoöl.) the gadwall; also applied to the female mallard.
  • 37) In photography, to give a mezzotint effect by covering the negative during the printing with a glass slightly ground or depolished on one side. Pictures thus treated are sometimes called Berlin portraits.
  • 38) Old; mature: as, gray experience.
  • 39) To depolish, as glass.
  • 40) Of a color between white and black, having little or no positive color, and only moderate luminosity; of the color of black hair which has begun to turn white, as seen at some distance.
  • 41) To cause to become gray; change to a gray color.
  • 42) Todepolish,asglass.
  • 43) Having gray hairs; gray-headed.
  • 44) To become gray.
  • 45) To become old; age.
  • 46) To make gray.
  • 47) To include a large or increasing proportion of older people.

Examples

  • 1) There is no grey area when we train.
  • 2) The law needs to be changed as there are grey areas.
  • 3) All the extras have grey hair and a thick crust of spores and fungal matter on their face.
  • 4) Everything is a little bit grey.
  • 5) I rode a beautiful grey horse around the set.
  • 6) Puddings are a small pleasure in a sea of grey days, one of those things that make it bearable.
  • 7) The result is a thought provoking, super interesting read, guaranteed to get the grey matter working.
  • 8) Winter blues At this time of year I yearn for something to light up the grey.
  • 9) PS The festivities may be drawing to a close but there is still time to banish hangovers and get those grey cells working in my seasonal quiz.
  • 10) There is also a link between the condition and men with grey hair and dark eyebrows.
  • 11) One day they sold him an old grey horse starved of life.
  • 12) This will avoid turning them a lighter grey.
  • 13) We will paint a nice dull grey to keep our neighbors happy!
  • 14) Watched a compact man in a grey suit get out and walk north.
  • 15) We all got into the grey car.
  • 16) One of them was a grey colour in the face.
  • 17) This left a grey area in which common sense might be applied.
  • 18) The sky turned grey and the conversation turned into a job interview.
  • 19) And the only one without grey hair.
  • 20) Dark grey is the most frequent choice.
  • 21) Their clothes had become grey with washing.
  • 22) These cheerful mini shoppers caught our eye on a miserable grey day on the high street.
  • 23) Trying to guess the villain makes our grey matter forge new neural connections.
  • 24) The hair then looks grey because of the way that it absorbs light.
  • 25) The furniture and lighting are in greys and chrome.
  • 26) The weather changed quite dramatically last week when a sunny day turned dull and grey.
  • 27) Now he laps the dark grey cars.
  • 28) It was a very dull and grey colour behind the gold.
  • 29) We love thee for adding a little grey eye shadow to make things look more swish and modern.
  • 30) It was a grey and rainy day in Sheffield.
  • 31) Well, the combination of grey suit and peroxide hair has decided it for me.
  • 32) Then that golden coach, pulled by eight grey horses.
  • 33) As a Gibson employee wrote in an internal email about how the company could get Madagascar wood onto what it called the "grey market": "All legal timber and wood exports are prohibited because of widespread corruption and theft of valuable woods like rosewood and ebony."
  • 34) In addition, there are approximately 12 patriots, such as Mthetheleli Mncube and Robert McBride, whom the regime has unilaterally lumped together into what it calls the grey-area category.
  • 35) He's raising the V-sign to what he calls grey-haired, corrupt, politicians advocating a revolution in Italian politics.
  • 36) He's raising the V-sign to what he calls grey-haired, corrupt, politicians advocating a revolution in
  • 37) 'We have seen very bad written rules, what I call grey rules, with different interpretations,' he told reporters before the Bahrain Grand Prix.
  • 38) I was wondering, Both KOM and SI do two schemes - pale greys and a dark greeny brown, seeing as most prey animals are mostly grey, do you think the grey is more effective?
  • 39) ‘Boys will wear black shoes, grey trousers, a white airtex polo shirt, and a navy v-neck sweatshirt featuring the school's specially designed logo.’
  • 40) ‘One complaint, though: white / gray text on a black background is just plain painful on the eyes.’
  • 41) ‘He wore white T-shirt and dark gray pants with black belt.’
  • 42) ‘Out in the playground during break boys dash around kicking a ball, their white shirts hanging out of their grey flannel trousers.’
  • 43) ‘After leaving Provence, grey skies and damp weather seem like an affront to the senses.’
  • 44) ‘The skies were grey and cloudy, and it was growing darker at an alarming rate.’
  • 45) ‘Pulling on his hat and scarf he walked out into the gray fog of San Francisco.’
  • 46) ‘Thick gray rain clouds hid the sun, and there was a hint of thunder in the air.’
  • 47) ‘I'm sat on the upper floor of a Starbuck's on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, watching people come and go in the grey drizzle, while I catch up on my e-mail.’
  • 48) ‘Off on the horizon, dark grey storm clouds gathered.’
  • 49) ‘People who dye their grey hair need to keep their roots up to date and never let them grow to an inch long.’
  • 50) ‘The fresh-faced 52-year-old looks energetic and youthful, despite his thinning grey hair and glasses.’
  • 51) ‘Manda opened the door, and found herself looking at an elderly woman in a gray suit, sitting behind her desk.’
  • 52) ‘A cast-iron open fireplace with a pale grey marble mantel provides a focal point.’
  • 53) ‘She could feel Mike looking at her, his gray eyes boring into her.’
  • 54) ‘The narrow roads add to the town's character and are lined with grey buildings built out of Bath stone.’
  • 55) ‘Gray chairs and a dull gray carpet give the visiting area a stark, lifeless appearance.’
  • 56) ‘He is of a medium build and has short grey receding hair and a moustache.’
  • 57) ‘Every day she is getting closer to her 50th birthday and her honey blonde hair is slowly turning grey.’
  • 58) ‘Opposite him sat a tall girl who looked to be no more than in her early twenties with long curly dark brown hair and thin piercing grey eyes.’
  • 59) ‘He looked exactly the same as yesterday, though that may have had something to do with the fact that the weather was grey and cloudy.’
  • 60) ‘The weather is gray and gloomy throughout much of the country.’
  • 61) ‘Tannadice was enveloped by the kind of dreich, grey weather which made you wonder whether the floodlights would have sufficient wattage to illuminate the pitch.’
  • 62) ‘Well, it was a midweek afternoon in November; the weather was grey and dank and not much was happening.’
  • 63) ‘Now normally you couldn't pay me to go to Hamleys but the grey weather was getting us all down.’
  • 64) ‘Last winter, I went to Tucson for a little break from the gray weather and cold in Northern California.’
  • 65) ‘With the weather being dull and grey outside, I am in shopping mood today.’
  • 66) ‘The weather was overcast and gray but rain held off for the entire day until the group was on its way back to the cars.’
  • 67) ‘Woody Allen says he loves London's famous gray and dreary weather and its residents' ever-expressive slang.’
  • 68) ‘The day went by quickly, everybody's mood seemed to be glum and the gray and rainy weather outside didn't help.’
  • 69) ‘No great penalty because the weather has turned somewhat grey and dour, with a bite in the wind that's guaranteed to find its way through all but the stoutest of outdoor clothing.’
  • 70) ‘It may be cloudy and grey outside, but I'm warm at the moment.’
  • 71) ‘The weather started out grey and chill but has warmed steadily until, today, I resorted to wearing a pair of scruffy old shorts around the house and garden.’
  • 72) ‘The day dawned cloudy and gray, not typically amusement park weather, but absolutely perfect to avoid crowds.’
  • 73) ‘It was grey and cloudy and looked as if a storm were in the works.’
  • 74) ‘The weather was cool, grey and moist, and the scenery pretty bleak, but spectacular nonetheless.’
  • 75) ‘It's grey and dull and slightly damp (like my spirits).’
  • 76) ‘It is a grey morning, though the sun is trying to break through.’
  • 77) ‘The Phipps Bridge estate does not look very welcoming on a grey and wet January afternoon.’
  • 78) ‘For the past three years Maggie Hall has been escaping the cold, grey winters of the UK.’
  • 79) ‘Wearing a brown jacket, blue shirt and blue jeans, he's undoubtedly grey.’
  • 80) ‘He's grey, got a few miles on the clock and hooks into the public purse as though he was a fair-dinkum member of the royal family, but a merry old soul he is not.’
  • 81) ‘No wonder I'm completely gray; you two have worried the color plumb out of my hair.’
  • 82) ‘I started going grey when I was 19.’
  • 83) ‘When it comes to their own hair, many men seem to feel that going grey somehow just happened to them.’
  • 84) ‘There's nothing wrong with changing your hair if you're going grey and don't like it.’
  • 85) ‘He had gone quite grey, she noticed, since her last visit.’
  • 86) ‘Tall, unsmiling and prematurely grey, he lacks the personal presence you might expect from a media power-player.’
  • 87) ‘When the allegations became public Leslie turned grey overnight.’
  • 88) ‘‘If grey power gets itself organised, they'll be the most fantastic force in the land,’ she says.’
  • 89) ‘In America, grey power is the key to electoral victory.’
  • 90) ‘It felt more like a rally of the grey power movement.’
  • 91) ‘This retirement community is the ultimate expression of grey power.’
  • 92) ‘In a wry demonstration of grey power, the young are finally saved from annihilation when the professor assembles a team of aged scientists who are immune to the alien attraction.’
  • 93) ‘In addition, it is worth noting, Bush has struck a blow for grey power.’
  • 94) ‘At the same time, driven by less positive reasons - such as poverty and exasperation - we are witnessing a real growth of grey power.’
  • 95) ‘Away from the political and economic aspects of grey power, a quiet revolution is taking place in the retirement housing market.’
  • 96) ‘Several companies have launched savings accounts aimed at what they call the grey market.’
  • 97) ‘Moreover, others warn, the burden of financing Scotland's new grey army could put further pressure on the UK.’
  • 98) ‘The growing importance of the ‘grey market’ has shattered the travel industry's traditional view of older clients and is forcing tour operators to take people over the age of 55 more seriously.’
  • 99) ‘With Britain's population ageing, the power of the grey pound is constantly on the increase.’
  • 100) ‘Tourism chiefs are waking up to the power of the grey pound, with VisitScotland now predicting the bulk of tourism income will come from the cash-rich over-50s.’
  • 101) ‘When I turned to look at him, I was shocked to see his face was gray, covered in perspiration and his breathing was shallow.’
  • 102) ‘Keziah could see the boy's shoulders sagging with exhaustion, and his face was grey with fatigue.’
  • 103) ‘His brown eyes were quite noticeable on his otherwise gray face.’
  • 104) ‘My sister's face was gray with tears and I knew that I had not caused them, I hadn't been there.’
  • 105) ‘Even though his face was so gray, red patches of fever burned in his cheeks.’
  • 106) ‘Their guru's eyes were deep in their sockets, his face was gray, his lips were curled and his throat was dry.’
  • 107) ‘Matt's hair was untamed and messy and his face was grey with hot red flushes in his cheeks.’
  • 108) ‘She was grey, she was cold, I picked her up and patted her back and got no response.’
  • 109) ‘He was grey and barely breathing - six days after he was first admitted after suffering a series of fits at his family's home in Flamborough.’
  • 110) ‘He turned to see Ned staggering, and then collapsing on to the floor, his face ghostly grey with beads of sweat across his forehead.’
  • 111) ‘Zahariev works at a gas station and participation in the contest brought him a ray of light from his normally gray and monotonous routine.’
  • 112) ‘But as long as it doesn't serve the economical interests of the grey men, those who control the governments that control the world, it won't happen.’
  • 113) ‘The Holloway road is a grim grey artery filled with traffic pollution and lined by nondescript retail outlets.’
  • 114) ‘I went along for an interview in London, and a particularly grey, faceless person interviewed me.’
  • 115) ‘Certainly as far as a candidate and a politician, he is gray.’
  • 116) ‘Color is emotion, the opposite of the gray world of accounting.’
  • 117) ‘Actually, the so-called grey economy operates very well outside official regulation.’
  • 118) ‘Finance Minister Milen Velchev believes that the grey economy has receded in Bulgaria in recent years, albeit by a modest degree.’
  • 119) ‘The latest studies indicate that the grey economy in Bulgaria is at 20 per cent.’
  • 120) ‘Most children working without a contract are hired in the grey economy.’
  • 121) ‘One of the problems was that these labourers were working in a part of the grey economy that is free of those often decried regulations.’
  • 122) ‘Increased use of electronic payments is one way to decrease the share of the grey economy.’
  • 123) ‘UDF MP Nikola Nikolov told a news conference that for his party, such an amendment to the law will reduce the grey economy in this sector.’
  • 124) ‘No less alarming was the growing grey economy consistently sustained by well-organised smuggling networks and crime groups.’
  • 125) ‘The country's grey economy is robbing the Government of close to €1.6 billion in unpaid taxes annually.’
  • 126) ‘Sixty five per cent of the transactions are done by the grey economy.’
  • 127) ‘Purvanov said he had no information on any relationship between those in the grey economy, and political parties.’
  • 128) ‘According to the e-zine, the share of the grey economy in Bulgaria has been growing since 1993.’
  • 129) ‘The higher rates will doom some companies, while others will be forced to shift into the grey economy in order to survive.’
  • 130) ‘Some analysts believe that it will increase the scale of the grey economy.’
  • 131) ‘In his opinion, the idea of the measures was rather to bring a larger part of the gray economy into the light.’
  • 132) ‘According to one authoritative estimate, nearly a quarter of India's economy is in the grey economy - almost twice the level of China.’
  • 133) ‘This next phase would build on existing measures to clamp down on the grey economy and close the loopholes allowing for tax evasion.’
  • 134) ‘Rand Afrikaans University researchers have listed 13 ‘grey’ suburbs in cities across SA.’
  • 135) ‘Their water pots are a sudden burst of colour against the dusty grey of the road.’
  • 136) ‘The sun was just beginning to set and the sky was a combination of blue, orange and gray.’
  • 137) ‘It's a startling shade of blue grey, but apart from that, it's very well styled.’
  • 138) ‘His eyes were a very deep grey, almost blue, but they were still very familiar.’
  • 139) ‘Oriental blue and silver gray are the colors traditionally associated with Military Intelligence units.’
  • 140) ‘Although the underlying colour scheme of grey and red remains the same, some old pieces have been dropped and new ones added.’
  • 141) ‘The anemic palate that colours the film - grays, browns, and other hushed earth tones - provide the foreboding backdrop.’
  • 142) ‘The sets are effective; economical and fairly traditional, with drained out colour, predominantly greys and blues.’
  • 143) ‘I know that grey isn't the best background colour to use on a webpage, but I'll put up with it.’
  • 144) ‘Suit colours for the summer include stone, muted grey, cream and oyster.’
  • 145) ‘He will wear more earthy tones such as brown, and of course, black, white and gray.’
  • 146) ‘Although the set is colourful, the costumes themselves range from shades of grey to black and white.’
  • 147) ‘The film is dominated by the grays, whites, and browns of Newfoundland in the early spring.’
  • 148) ‘Today the restaurant is a discreetly elegant affair, all subtle greys and white.’
  • 149) ‘It was only two o'clock, yet the sky was a deep grey dotted with small white clouds.’
  • 150) ‘Instead, opt for solid colors such as plain whites, blacks and grays; they're classics and can easily be matched with the rest of your wardrobe.’
  • 151) ‘His hair was also a light gray that looked almost white, but it was very short, like it had just been shaved.’
  • 152) ‘The snow seemed amazingly white against the cold grey of an Ontario winter sky.’
  • 153) ‘I'd go for a dark shade of gray because it blends well with just about everything.’
  • 154) ‘The sky is now a uniform shade of grey and it's raining fairly steadily.’
  • 155) ‘Luxurious satin corsets in gun-metal grey, deep mauve, and black mix with slim-fitting trousers and ground-sweeping skirts.’
  • 156) ‘For this show, Marc continues the dark, gloomy feel with black, navy and gray.’
  • 157) ‘A woman entered dressed in dark gray, the dress was similar to mine, but the shoulders were covered.’
  • 158) ‘Ethan's train of thought was cut short by a man dressed in monochromatic gray.’
  • 159) ‘It was a man dressed in gray and in his arms he was carrying another man dressed in the same drab gray clothes.’
  • 160) ‘Diago wore gray beneath his white robes as well, though he hid it better.’
  • 161) ‘My attire that evening, as my father had requested, was a gown of ivory silk overlaid in a surcoat of deep grey.’
  • 162) ‘There are two pairs of dancers on stage, one dressed in red, one dressed in pale grey.’
  • 163) ‘The one in charge had gray hair and was wearing gray.’
  • 164) ‘They walked quickly over to a young man in charcoal grey, with hair the same color.’
  • 165) ‘A man wearing a smart but casual suit of light grey sat behind one of the largest desks that Jasmine had ever seen.’
  • 166) ‘There is quantity certainly, but quality too: clear skin, facial contours, thick dark hair with very little grey.’
  • 167) ‘In the center is Frank, wearing a black tuxedo and looking much younger - no beard then, and certainly no gray in his hair.’
  • 168) ‘That was the first time I noticed the streaks of gray in his dark hair.’
  • 169) ‘Kevin smiled at the older woman, who had hardly a sprinkle of gray in her hair.’
  • 170) ‘She noticed the laugh lines around his eyes and the streaks of gray in his hair.’
  • 171) ‘He has brown hair with some grey that came down just below his ears.’
  • 172) ‘The woman looked middle aged with dark black hair shot with stony gray.’
  • 173) ‘I've got lines on my face, grey in my hair, and after the exertion of yesterday my muscles ache like an old, old man.’
  • 174) ‘He laid a shaking hand on his son's forehead, then smoothed the black hair that was now streaked with gray at the temples.’
  • 175) ‘He wasn't running to fat yet, which was a good thing, and there was no grey in his moustache, which was always a dead giveaway.’
  • 176) ‘His hair was black with some distinguished gray around his temple.’
  • 177) ‘But take off the wig and she is proud to acknowledge just a little grey in her dark hair.’
  • 178) ‘His tawny hair was touched with wisps of silver grey.’
  • 179) ‘Something in the combination seems to work for him - at 55 he looks at least a decade younger, and there's no grey in his glossy black hair.’
  • 180) ‘Eager equestrians were paraded round the ring by charming chestnuts and graceful greys in the popular horse classes.’
  • 181) ‘Just as trumpeters wore distinctive uniforms, so too they rode distinctive horses, usually greys, to aid recognition.’
  • 182) ‘Inside a house at Farm Road, Hyde, the collection of young adults, blacks, whites and greys had been happily breeding unchecked.’
  • 183) ‘Because greys are much less common in racing than horses of a darker hue, they have always been popular - and few have more fans than ‘Dessie’.’
  • 184) ‘The four greys are both carriage and riding horses - Heloise, Marta, Tayten, and Nerid.’
  • 185) ‘Among the greys is a darker-coloured shark with brilliant white trailing edges to its fins - the first silvertip I have seen.’
  • 186) ‘The Makah were renowned whale hunters and stratigraphic unit V yielded the remains of at least 67 animals, mainly humpbacks and greys.’
  • 187) ‘The powerful grey will carry the colours of the Fair City Flyers, who are local to Miss Russell's Kinross base.’
  • 188) ‘In his late fifties, his sandy-coloured hair is greying and a thick grey beard accentuates his rounded face.’
  • 189) ‘His once brown hair was slowly graying and he'd put on some weight.’
  • 190) ‘Her straight, dark hair is graying, but her dark eyes are just as sharp and intelligent as they ever were.’
  • 191) ‘Her hair had greyed prematurely, her once youthful face lined with worry and fraught with grief.’
  • 192) ‘His dark hair was greying and his face was careworn and weary.’
  • 193) ‘He was an older man, hair graying at the temples and a handlebar moustache taking up most of his face.’
  • 194) ‘Beside him sat a jovial fellow in his late forties or early fifties, with dark greying hair which was cropped short on the sides.’
  • 195) ‘His black hair was slightly greying and his leathery face well worn and he seemed quite content to sit on the grass, letting the day pass him by.’
  • 196) ‘The hair might be greying, but the brow is unfurrowed.’
  • 197) ‘I may be two stone heavier and my hair may be greying, but I've been training for a while now, and was pretty confident I'd be up to speed.’
  • 198) ‘Dapper, charming, and handsome, with a full head of sandy hair that greyed attractively over the years, Felt resembled actor Lloyd Bridges.’
  • 199) ‘He appears to be in a vigorous middle age, his black hair greying at the temples.’
  • 200) ‘Even his neat crop of raven hair was beginning to grey at the edges.’
  • 201) ‘His hair was starting to grey, but he still looked as if he could give anyone a good beating.’
  • 202) ‘His hair had been graying when she met him, but now it was completely white.’
  • 203) ‘Her blond hair, though slightly graying, still curled gorgeously past her shoulders.’
  • 204) ‘His hair was starting to gray around the edges, and his eyes were sunken, hidden away behind bags and wrinkles that were now forming.’
  • 205) ‘Her flame-red hair, beginning to gray with age, marked her as a foreigner.’
  • 206) ‘When hair starts greying prematurely, it can cause a great deal of anxiety and hopelessness.’
  • 207) ‘He's greying, but in a distinguished manner, at the temples and behind the ears.’
  • 208) ‘As I have grayed, however, I am much more wary of this approach.’
  • 209) ‘On the one hand the current secondary school workforce is greying.’
  • 210) ‘It is apparent that our membership has been graying for many years and that fewer and fewer young people are choosing to join us.’
  • 211) ‘Analysis of the academic pharmacy workforce has confirmed the graying of the professoriate.’
  • 212) ‘But the revived interest in ergonomic theories to some extent must be the result of the graying of our work force.’
  • 213) ‘The New York Times needs to loosen up if it hopes to be relevant not just to my graying generation but to younger people.’
  • 214) ‘Plan for it because the world is graying and Seniors are already using the Internet in droves.’
  • 215) ‘The greying of the teacher librarian obviously refers to one aspect of the issue: the fact that so many of our profession are ageing.’
  • 216) ‘The unprecedented greying of Canadian society has many calling for a seniors’ bill of rights that would enshrine in law the specific needs of this emerging group.’
  • 217) ‘There's been a lot written recently of the greying of the Canadian population.’
  • 218) ‘But the graying of their workforce may present problems in the near future.’
  • 219) ‘In short, the graying of entrepreneurs will change the way organizations large and small do business with smaller enterprises.’

Examples

  • 1) The ambiguities and gray areas of life do not bother you.
  • 2) What strange power burned in those cold gray eyes that sneered at her.
  • 3) His gray ones were light with the open innocence of a youth.
  • 4) His gray eyes seemed to look within her inner soul and search out the secrets hidden there.
  • 5) It can bring you face to face with the gray areas of scientific thought.
  • 6) He chewed a mouthful of meat and only held his gray eyes on her.
  • 7) An angry flush rose to her cheeks as she stared up into those gray eyes.
  • 8) Aislinn froze as his steely gray eyes pierced her.
  • 9) He remembered the gray old knight that Aislinn had buried the first time he met her.
  • 10) Wulfgar's gray eyes pierced the man.
  • 11) By the spring of 1864 he had risen through the ranks to first sergeant and his hair had turned gray.
  • 12) Surf that web, and you may find answers about the great gray one who is about to enter your life.
  • 13) You see my gray hair, my worn look: it has all come fast.
  • 14) He was a stocky man in his fifties, with thin, gray hair.
  • 15) The most important and highest part of the brain is its surface, a thin layer of gray nerve-stuff, often spoken of as the _gray matter_ (the
  • 16) Juicy Couture 's tunic-style dress in gray is a key buy, £ 155 on netaporter. com.
  • 17) Semi-scheming, and living in the gray is a way of life.
  • 18) ‘The sievert is numerically equivalent to the gray for electrons and for X-rays irradiating the whole body.’
  • 19) ‘Radiation doses are measured in rads or grays, where 1 gray equals 100 rads.’
  • 20) ‘Thus for these particular radiations the dose equivalent in sieverts is numerically equal to the absorbed dose in grays.’
  • 21) ‘When a doctor prescribes a treatment he will define it in terms of dose in grays required at a point.’
  • 22) ‘To calculate the dose equivalent one of the workers would receive in sieverts, you would need to multiply the dose in grays, by the quality factor.’
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