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mottled

/mot·tled/ (mot´ld) marked by spots or blotches of different colors or shades.

mottled

(mot′ĕld)
Blotchy or marbled in appearance. It is often used to describe the skin of patients who are cold or inadequately perfused, e.g., in shock.
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In summary, according to Northcote (1979), the toposequence can be characterised as consisting of hard, pedal, mottled yellow duplex soils, with bleached A2-horizons occurring part way along and at the bottom of the slope.
They compete fearlessly for resources with each other and with the slightly smaller mottled sculpins (Cottus bairdi).
But the study also found a 'strong association' between water fluoridation and dental fluorosis, which causes permanently mottled teeth.
To achieve the mottled look, seal the wall with a lime-proofing undercoat, then brush on two coats of the paint using strokes of random lengths and angles.
A medical report has found that placing the devices next to skin for long periods of time can lead to "toasted skin syndrome," an unusual-looking mottled skin condition caused by long-term heat exposure.
The excited lines of the drawings--small and intimate compared to the immense planar sculptures--and the textures of the sculptures--gray mottled with luminous streaks--both signal Caracciolo's preoccupation with touch and surface.
Single coating white top or mottled white linerboard: apply approximately 9-12 g/[m.
Several pictures show that the aprons of debris lie within a mottled region, akin to the surface of a basketball.
In fact, Torres thinks the concrete may be too finely textured, unlike the mottled, archaic character of the neighbouring structures.
Aldredge's costumes, which include a mottled, flesh-colored unitard for the nearly nude scenes and coverings of pastel chiffon for more refined acts.
4 IN CORNER AREAS where sponge will not reach, use a fine artist's brush to make dots simulating mottled impressions of sponge.
Kinerase Pro+Therapy contains Zeatin, a Kinerase-exclusive patented technology, proven in studies to improve the appearance of skin roughness, fine lines, wrinkles, mottled hyperpigmentation and other visible signs of skin aging.