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Milky

In numismatics, describing a surface of a coin that appears unclear due to a white spot somewhere on it. This occurs most commonly on silver coins. This may affect the value of a coin.
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But William's eyes were brown like her own, now that their indefinite baby milkiness was over.
Her words both call upon and manifest spirits that infuse humoral substance, which Lady Macbeth identifies with acts of making and unmaking alike: in this case being too full of the "milk of human kindness" is to be unable to make one's self into king, just as the overstuffed milkiness of King Hamlet's poisoned blood prevents Prince Hamlet's accession to sovereignty.
The beer's hoppy bitterness flows over it at first but the cheese returns with a determination and an even deeper milkiness.
This was a great opportunity for the breed, whose traits include hardiness, mothering ability and milkiness, together with sire fertility and longevity, making it ideal for farmers in the Borders, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
95), a large plate of silky strips of Parma ham with an entire ball of mozzarella that was incredibly juicy and its fresh milkiness combined perfectly with the meat's rich saltiness.