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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of pigment.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Colored; specifically (Biol.), filled or imbued with pigment
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Charged with pigment; colored.
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Projects include pigmented bacteria, banana and wintergreen smelling bacteria, and buoyant bacteria.
One to try: Bobbi Brown Metallic Eye Shadow in Black Berry, a highly pigmented, nearly black shade of aubergine. $20 at department stores and www. bobbibrowncosmetics.com.
Liberated from the limits that have defined them, they proceed to paint each other from head to toe in richly pigmented bear fat, further obscuring their former selves and setting the stage for the ultimate experience of freedom and resurrection.
As for the rest -- the weaklings and the rejected, and the dark-pigmented things, the half-castes, the mongrel-bloods, and the dregs of long-conquered races -- how could they count?
And we, the fair-pigmented ones, by the seed of our ancestry rulers in the high place, shall remain top-dog over the rest of the dogs.
Saucy Polish by Brit brand Eyeko is a deeply pigmented red creme.
Not concrete color, not cold glass color, not the color of overburned brick or harshly pigmented paint.
Julyne Derrick of About.com has great application tips for perfectly pigmented cheeks.
When something goes wrong within the cells of a pigmented nevus or mole, it is transformed into a cancerous melanoma.
Light pigmentation in tropics causes cancer and darkly pigmented people will get vitamin D deficiency, which leads to loss of immune function, mood, mental health, and a host of other disorders.