grey ring

grey ring

A ring of lubricant and debris from a bullet’s surface that was wiped onto the edge of an entrance wound.
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The grey ring drape dress is pounds 25 and the white racer back skinny rib vest is pounds 6.
The surface of the reservoir has dropped about 150 feet from its maximum elevation ("full pool" is the term of art), leaving a hideous grey ring on the sandstone.
YOU CAN RING MY BELL: EMMA BRADY WEARS GREY RING BY FREEDOM, pounds 10; DON'T BE FOOLED BY THE ROCKS THAT GOT: JESSICA SHEPARD WEARS STERLING SILVER RING WITH GREEN STONE, pounds 45, MICKEY; RING-A-DING: ALISON JONES WEARS WHITE RING BY FREEDOM, pounds 15; RING-O-STAR: BOTH RINGS CAROLINE'S OWN; YOU'LL NEED A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS TO WALK AWAY WITH THIS FISTFUL OF RINGS FROM CHRISTIAN DIOR
He politely handed the heavy grey ring file of documents back to the court staff and left, head bowed, catching nobody's eyes.
Some of the combinations produced thus far are frost ash (silver blue with a purple head, neck and breast, an ash grey ring, and tangerine pearling on the back); ash (very light grey with an almond neck, head and breast, and an ash grey neck ring); Silky doves, held by Stephen Andrews and Candice Penick.
The study, led by Professor Anne Tybaerg-Hansen at the University of Copenhagen, also concludes that white or grey rings around the cornea (arcus corneae) are not linked to an increased risk.