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Brilliantly hued jars line the shelves at his restaurant, filled with pickled cherries with lavender, alliums, green walnuts and more.
Gone are the signature cabanas with dark-hued interiors.
While picking about the stones, Heather MacFarlane, a research assistant, found something unusual: a small blue-hued rock.
Yet in a concession to cost, the exteriors of Stern's colleges are mostly made of red brick rather than the golden-hued stone Rogers used.
Beet Your Meade (13.5% alcohol by volume), a magenta-hued mead, was created using biodynamic beets grown at ROI Urban Farms near Palmer Park on Detroit's west side, according to Cellarmen's meadery, cidery and brewery.
That smoke creates milky-hued skies, making for a vivid sunset.
These charming, multi-hued mood-elevators have been found throughout the North Shore and at various locations, from the Mandeville lakefront to parish libraries.
The drive into the park winds down into the canyon, past spectacular, soaring, red-hued sandstone walls, through a mile-long tunnel to a visitor's center.
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First Known Use of hued
before 12th century
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: having a specified type of color
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