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PALE

Abbreviation for postantibiotic leukocyte enhancement.

pale,

adj in Chinese medicine, a facial coloration indicative of low energy, cold energy, energetic blockages, infections, and echo patterns. See also cold energy, echo pattern.

pale

lacking the pink color of normal viable tissue that is perfused with blood.

pale laurel
kalmiapolifolia var. microphylla.
pale willow weed
persicarialapathifolia.
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The 175 individuals of low and medium-risk categories were distributed to all these five parishes for the 3-month teachings module that will start in November, after which another period of time will be devoted to interventions on livelihood-related programs in partnership with government agencies like Tesda and the DTI, Paler said.
Closer inpsection confirmed the reason - not only was her skin paler than ever, but her features seemed more refined.
Yellow lines in Denbigh are to be made paler and narrower
The Queen went a paler shade of pale and moved away.
Pause of you nearby a paler blue basin of water, ungoing.
She was photographed after the examination, although by then her bruises had gone from a deep purple in color to paler shades of green and yellow.
Rose is commonly viewed as a poor man's wine, but the paler it gets the more the Brits relish it and the more the French scoff.
As Agapanthus flowers open up, they assume an increasingly paler shade of lavender blue.
A sea paler than spring grass feathered by so gentle a breeze, petals, blown off, deflowered.
The home page is a big grey blank with the practice name in paler grey down the bottom right corner.
Colleen DiPirro, president of the Amherst Chamber of Commerce said: 'As she proceeded she got paler and paler, her speech got slower and she appeared to be struggling.
Ulrick and Short claim that besides giving improved succulence and better product shape retention, their new ingredient reduces cooking loss, offers paler meat colour in kebabs and provides a reduction in recipe costs.