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Friday is the start of the state's early Canada goose, early teal and mourning dove hunting seasons.
Species seeing a decline included mallards (11 percent), American wigeon (19 percent), green-winged teal (16 percent), redhead (13 percent), canvasback (1 percent) and scaup (12 percent).
A far cry from the gleefully fried extensions with which Gaga took the stage at Coachella in April, her latest style, a versatile shag complete with long face-framing bangs, was dyed shades of teal on one side and a soft apricot color on the other.
The Hornets have previously worn white primarily at home, purple primarily on the road and teal as an alternate look.
BuzzFeed even polled their readers on the topic, finding that 92% of participants (allegedly 410,000 people) saw grey and teal, 4% (allegedly 18,500 people) saw pink and white, and the remaining 4% claimed to see another combo.
Teal, 25, and Evangeline, 23, married on April 21, 1946, in a candlelight wedding at Bakersville Baptist Church amid baskets of white dogwood and evergreens.
The Hornets have three versions of their current uniform; white at home, purple on the road and teal as an alternate.
The bedroom is painted in a restive deep teal, with a massive mirror to make the space feel even bigger.
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Origin and Etymology of teal
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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