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superlativeform of gray: most gray.
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The country is the "grayest" in the world, and its population is shrinking.
But about those tourists you want to entice and attract to Virginia – I don't think too many of them want to remember the grayest part of history of all times called SLAVERY!!
Professional caregivers — almost all of them women — are one of the fastest-growing segments of the American work force, and also one of the grayest.
I'm not buying it - I think #3 is a life raft with a paddle in the middle of the grayest sea ever.
Okay, before you get all "P2P" and "webradio" on us (that, by the way, still currently reside in the grayest areas of the internet), there's one more thing ... this website would be all legal-like, and the streaming music would be approved happily by the artists with nary a peep about lost royalties.
The octagonal pool is surrounded by pots filled with vivid blooms which could pierce through the grayest of days.
Craig had previously been best known as a intense actor specializing in playing characters who existed in the grayest of areas in films like Road to Perdition, Love is the Devil, Layer Cake, and Munich.
This seems like the saddest longest grayest winter EVER!
They concluded that the contest to succeed Hashimoto being waged by two of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party's grayest figures was an excellent sign.
Losing Patience 2008
But today it's famous for being Japan 's grayest city, where 40 percent of the population is 65 or older.
Gray Matters 2007