Some articles on white, light:
... White, British 87.533% White Irish 0.966% White, other 3.775% Mixed 1.493% Asian or Asian British 3.161% Black or Black British 1.054% Chinese 1.054% Other 0.966% ...
... The move 3.g3 is illogical, since White's light-squared bishop can already develop via the e2-b5 diagonal ... This means that either White's 1.e4 or his 3.g3 pawn moves were wastes of a tempo (move) ... Therefore, White has lost a move in which he could have developed another piece, and is giving Black the chance to take a lead in development by bringing out one of his own pieces (e.g ...
... Until 1906, the Green River flowed into the White in downtown Auburn ... In 1906, however, the White River changed course above Auburn following a major flood and emptied into the Puyallup River as it does today ... The lower portion of the historic White River—from historic confluence of the White and Green Rivers to the historic confluence with the Black River at Tukwila that forms the Duwamish—is now considered ...
... Justice Byron White took issue with the court announcing a new constitutional right when it had no "factual and textual bases" in the constitution or previous opinions of the court for the rule ... of the Fifth Amendment." Nor did Justice White believe it had any basis in English common law ... White further warned of the dire consequences of the majority opinion I have no desire whatsoever to share the responsibility for any such impact on the present criminal process ...
... The White-naped Woodpecker (Chrysocolaptes festivus) is a woodpecker which is a widespread but scarce breeder in India and Sri Lanka ... It nests in a tree hole, laying one or two white eggs ... The White-naped Woodpecker is a large species at 29 cm in length ...
Famous quotes containing the words light and/or white:
“We live technologically, with man as the master of nature, man as the engineer, and let anyone who raises his voice against it stop using bridges not built by nature.... No electric light bulbs, no engines, no atomic energy, no calculating machines, no anaestheticsback to the jungle.”
—Max Frisch (19111991)
“Society is all but rude,
To this delicious solitude.
No white nor red was ever seen
So amorous as this lovely green.
Fond lovers, cruel as their flame,
Cut in these trees their mistress name:
Little, alas, they know or heed
How far these beauties hers exceed!
Fair trees, wheresoeer your barks I wound,
No name shall but your own be found.”
—Andrew Marvell (16211678)