Recent Examples of discoloration from the Web
Always paint on a base coat to avoid the polish giving your nails a yellow-ish hue (but if this doesn't seem to nix any discoloration, switch to a 5-free polish that doesn't have any bad chemicals in it since it's less likely to stain).
There was no discoloration, and my hair stayed shiny and bouncy for days.
The work is necessary to replace loose caulking and to clean dark discoloration that is particularly visible near the roof line.
Vitamin C is a common ingredient in all skin-care products because of its awesome ability to reduce discoloration, stimulate collagen production, minimize fine lines and wrinkles, and protect your skin against future sun damage.
No interruptions in water service will occur as a result of the work; however, Maryland American Water advises that when crews are flushing nearby, customers might experience a drop in water pressure or some discoloration of their water.
Her death wouldn't have occurred suddenly, Gunson told investigators, and there would have been signs that the baby was struggling to breathe including skin discoloration.
That discoloration, Holder said, is probably evidence of the hyperkeratotic areas—unusually thickened skin under attack by the giraffe’s own immune system—that Brown and others in the field have spotted on the edges of skin lesions.
If there is discoloration of any kind such as yellow, purple or brown, use a hand lens of at least 10X magnification to examine the needles.
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First Known Use of discoloration
DISCOLORATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of discoloration for English Language Learners
: the act of changing color in a bad way
: a discolored spot or area
DISCOLORATION Defined for Kids
Definition of discoloration for Students
1 : change of color
2 : a spot that is changed in color
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