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use "pale" in a sentence

The carcass was generally pale and had a ‘bled out’ appearance.

Chemotherapy and radiation therapy appears to pale in contrast, he said.

That tiny pale blue-white speck halfway down this stripe is planet Earth.

Nervously, Tatars brandished their own pale blue flag while shouting Ukraine!

But it had been called the Institute for Pale Blue Dots as it geared up for work.

Scientists have already discovered a whole host of pale, cave-dwelling creatures there.

The pale blue dot of Earth taken in 1990 by Voyager 1 when it was six billion km from home.

“It’s beyond the pale that we pump out most of our energy to generate heat,” he says.

According to Joncas, Brown ale américaine is a hybrid of an Indian pale ale and a brown ale.

This particular cheese is aged two months and has a pale paste sprinkled with blue-gray streaks.

Press dough into prepared pan and bake until shortbread is pale golden all over, 30 to 35 minutes.

Wearing an olive jacket and pale yellow shirt, Hewitt was joined in the witness bench by his wife.

Either way, those forecasts pale in comparison to the 200 million iPhones that Apple sold last year.

1. Pale Blue Dot - Voyager mission Image from Visible Earth, NASA Take a close look at this picture.

They're all attached, but some have brick facades while others are painted pale yellow or deep blue.

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