Dark Gray

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Ship Camouflage - Second World War - Other Navies
... German Kriegsmarine ships before the Second World War were either light gray overall or had dark gray hulls ... ships operating in the North Sea or Baltic Sea were painted white or a very pale gray to blend in with daytime mist and nighttime phosphorescent organisms ... German decks were a very dark gray ...
Ship Camouflage - Second World War - United Kingdom
... wars, Royal Navy ships were painted dark gray in the Home Fleet, light gray in the Mediterranean and Caribbean Seas, and white in the Indian Ocean and western Pacific ... Many Home Fleet ships were painted medium gray during 1939 and 1940 to decrease visibility from the peacetime dark gray ... were painted with disruptive Flotta schemes of dark brown, light gray, and light green polygons from April to August 1940 for concealment and identity confusion in port ...
Marcellus Formation - Geology - Stratigraphy - Named Members
... The Union Springs is an organic-rich, pyritiferous, thinly bedded, blackish gray to black shale with mudstone concretionary layers, and thin silt bands at the bottom ... New York, the uppermost member is the dark grey to black organic-rich Oatka Creek shale ... Unlike the other Devonian shales in this region, the gray shale at the top of the Oatka Creek thickens gradually to the west, as well as the east, where ...

Famous quotes containing the words gray and/or dark:

    Chrome: her pretty childface smooth as steel, with eyes that would have been at home at the bottom of some deep Atlantic trench, cold gray eyes that lived under terrible pressure. They say she cooked her own cancers for people who crossed her, rococo custom variations that took years to kill you.
    William Gibson (b. 1948)

    Sometimes a neighbor whom we have disliked a lifetime for his arrogance and conceit lets fall a single commonplace remark that shows us another side, another man, really; a man uncertain, and puzzled, and in the dark like ourselves.
    Willa Cather (1873–1947)