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Woodock’s dresses have fussy ’50s shapes, rendered in stiff, rustly silks, though the colors—muted, dusty maroons, fondant lavenders, shimmery teals—are nice.
The teal and red ribbon is a traditional textile embroidered with patterns to represent the refined beauty of the host country.
My favorite of the bunch is Sea Witch, which is a teal that reminds me of a mermaid's tail.
Greg Alexander, 57, of Ashland, Wis., finished second with a painting of cinnamon teal.
The main gallery is painted a deep blue-black that here glows ultraviolet, there oceanic teal.
The Hornets have previously worn white primarily at home, purple primarily on the road and teal as an alternate look.
Favorite colors this season: Deep teals and blushing pinks.
Friday is the start of the state's early Canada goose, early teal and mourning dove hunting seasons.
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Origin and Etymology of teal
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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