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—Elizabeth Barrett Browning White as gulls. —Robert Buchanan White as death. —Oliver Wendell Holmes White as the sea-gull. —William Makepeace Thackeray Like the mists of spring, all silvery white. Red, Yellow, and Blue The primary colors of pigments in the art world Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow The primary colors of inks in the printing industry The question: Are black and white colors when they exist as pigments or as molecular coloring agents? —James Lane Allen White as a bean. —Oscar Wilde White as a charnel bone.


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Phrases with as ... as ... Idioms

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Example: Hot as the sun. —Anonymous White as a baby’s arm. —Anonymous White as the blossoms of the almond tree. White White as a moonlit sail. —Anonymous White as the gown of a bride. Mickle White as the bloom o’ the pear.

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'As white as snow'

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The original plan was for the track to start with an explosion, though this was later scrapped. White reflects all the colors of the visible light spectrum to the eyes. —Anonymous White as the snowy white rose that in the moonlight sighs. The question: Are black and white colors? —Roden Noel White like angels in their ascension clothes, waiting for those who prayed below. The resemblance of falling snow to wool is noted in.

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White as Snow (song)

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—Robert Browning White as the winding-sheet. He ran across the desert, looking almost like a road runner. Tiernan White as the down of an angel’s wings. —John Greenleaf Whittier Whiter than a moony pearl. Now that we've described two different categories of colors pigment and light-generated and have a definition of primary colors, the answer to whether black and white are colors can be answered. —Charles Dickens Hands white, as if the blood began to chill there. I grew up in Michigan and snow was just a way of life - lots of it - everywhere! I, yes I, am He who blots out your transgressions for My own sake and remembers your sins no more.

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List of keplarllp.com Similes

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—Thomas Heywood As white as the pale ashes of a wasted coal. Mother Theresa was a kind as Jesus himself. Donald Trump arrived in Paris for a presidential visit filled with Bastille Day pomp and which the White House hopes will offer respite from rolling scandal backing home. This was recorded by Henry Cockeram in The English dictionarie, or an interpreter of hard English word, 1623, where he defines the word 'nixious' as meaning 'as white as snow'. Explanation: Light appears colorless or white. If you're not familiar with how colors are created by light, look at your monitor or television screen close up.

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Idioms

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According to 's sheet music published at Musicnotes. — Teeth as white as whale’s bone. —Elizabeth Barrett Browning White like a spirit’s hand. The grey area: Technically, pure white is the absence of color. — White as the thoughts of an angel. This is what you will see: A simplified way to explain it is that the color of a red apple on a computer or television is created by photons of red light that are transmitted within the electronic system. What Jehovah promises is that the guilt of the past, deep-dyed in grain as it might be, should be discharged, and leave the character with a restored purity.

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Are Black & White Colors?

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My mom and dad were acting like teenagers! —Rudyard Kipling White as an angel clad in light. — White as the foam o’ the sea That is driven o’er billows of azure agleam with sun-yellow. These three, red, blue, and yellow, are known as the primary colors. I can see these from the window as I type and they certainly get very white when the winter snow arrives. And he laid his right hand upon me, saying unto me, Fear not; I am the first and the last: His head, and his haires were white like wooll as white as snow, and his eyes were as a flame of fire, - King James Version 1611 - His head and His hair were white like white wool, like snow; and His eyes were like a flame of fire. —Emily Brontë White as candles against the altar’s gold. A small magnifying glass might help.

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Phrases with as ... as ... Idioms

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There are no photons of light. —Guy de Maupassant Sightless white, like eyes of lifeless stone. Come now, and let us reason together, saith Jehovah: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool. —Anonymous White as the foam that danced on the billow’s height. —Algernon Charles Swinburne White as mountain cotton-grass. —James Sheridan Knowles White, like the apparition of a dead rainbow.

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White Similes. Frank J. Wilstach, comp. 1916. A Dictionary of Similes

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Trowbridge White, like the Shah of PersiaÂ’s diamond plume. A weaker illustration than the preceding one, but needed for the parallelism. The receiver - How humans see color. Chaucer, Shakespeare and the Bible all contain versions of white as snow. He quickly took on a broader range of responsibility than Priebus had, requiring all White House staffers to answer to him.


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