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Mottle

Discoloration in processed food, which can be unappetizing and may result in the return of the food to the store for a refund.
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The Paul Costelloe '5195' frame features a raised brow and is available in brown mottle and red, blue and green, or black and light grey.
Referring to Photo Tutorial on previous page, stitch rows together, alternating with gray mottle 64 1/2" sashing strips.
This percentage might be due to the fact that mottle mosaic is a complex disease that can be caused by different viruses such as CMV, WMV-2, SqMV, ZYMV, as well as by CGMMV (Shabanian et al.
Despite the family fearing the worst, Mottle, who lost an eye in the attack, survived after spending three nights at the vets.
Scientists don't yet know whether pepper mild mottle in water is a good indicator of the potential for swimmers to get sick.
Mottle size was considered more important than mottle abundance, so mottle size classes were assigned the following weighting factors for multiplying mottle colour index numbers with: fine = 0.
Six components affect image quality -- spatial resolution (or sharpness), contrast, density, radiographic mottle (or noise), distortion and artifacts.
This improves drying efficiency and minimizes binder migration and mottle.
Bean pod mottle virus is a beetle-transmitted virus that causes leaf mottling, mosaic, and leaf distortion on soybean (Gergerich, 1999).
Olive mottle (blocks, 1st border, binding) 1 7/8 yds.
Latest progress in predicting, quantifying and taking steps to overcome print mottle and other problems affecting the appearance of printed images