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Its leaves have a variegation of creamy white on a dark green ground.
AMATEUR GARDENCRAFTEBEN E. REXFORD
Which is in the dish there is yellow and the white and all the sleep, all the variegation lying makes the best as in the grate.
MATISSE PICASSO AND GERTRUDE STEINGERTRUDE STEIN
The variegated form of C. scandens should be propagated by cuttings to hold the variegation.
THE PRACTICAL GARDEN-BOOKC. E. HUNN
On her breast was a collection of luminous stones, their variegation imitating the scales of the murena.
SALAMMBOGUSTAVE FLAUBERT
Requires careful distinction from Passerella but is smaller and variegation of head still traceable.
THE BIRDS OF WASHINGTON (VOLUME 1 OF 2)WILLIAM LEON DAWSON
Albinism and Variegation are apparently due to causes totally different from any yet mentioned.
DISEASE IN PLANTSH. MARSHALL WARD
There have been endless disputes whether variegation should be considered as a disease.
THE VARIATION OF ANIMALS AND PLANTS UNDER DOMESTICATION, VOL. I.CHARLES DARWIN
In some cases, variegation will not be reproduced by the rooted leaf.
THE NURSERY BOOKLIBERTY HYDE BAILEY
Of interest on account of the curious variegation of its fruit and wood.
THE PEARS OF NEW YORKU. P. HEDRICK
Again, color in block or in variegation is not positive evidence of disease in animal life.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, VOLUME XLIII., NO. 25, DECEMBER 18, 1880VARIOUS

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