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Biologists debate what the stolen chloroplasts do for their kidnappers besides provide a pretty, green tinge.
There is a tinge of unusual to just about everything in this college basketball season, which includes anything bracket-related.
The cytoplasm of lymphocytes is generally robin's-egg blue; that of the large mononuclears may have a faint bluish tinge.
Wright's stain gives such cells a faint bluish tinge when the condition is mild, and a rather deep blue when severe.
The cliffs of Red Point partake of a reddish tinge and appear to be disposed nearly in horizontal strata.
An expression of amazement crept into their faces, and along with Clip's astonishment came a tinge of bitterness.
MOTOR MATT'S "CENTURY" RUNSTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
Then there was a faint pulsation of the rigid limbs, the white, mean face took on a tinge as if the blood were flowing again.
He died from the effects of the poison as is indicated by the slight carmine tinge to the blood.
It also imparts a delicate rosy tinge to the skin preferable to rouge.
Both were unaffectedly devout, without the least tinge of moroseness or gloom.
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES J. ABBEY AND JOHN H. OVERTON

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