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Spelt With An E The Two Names Being Occasionally Confounded Gray








is semi-neutral, and denotes a class of cool cinereous colours, faint of
hue; whence we have blue grays, olive grays, green grays, purple grays,
and grays of all hues in which blue predominates; but no yellow or red
grays, the predominance of such hues carrying the compounds into the
classes of brown and marrone, of which gray is the natural opposite.





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