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sallow

(săl′ō)
adj. sallow·er, sallow·est
Of a sickly yellowish hue or complexion.
tr.v. sal·lowed, sal·lowing, sal·lows
To make sallow.

sal′low·ly adv.
sal′low·ness n.

sallow

[sal′ō]
Etymology: ME, salou, dirty-gray
yellowish-gray in complexion.

sallow

(săl′ō) [AS. salo]
A sickly yellow color, usually describing complexion or skin color.
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CMC started the semi-final brightly and put Cardiff Northern under early pressure before taking the lead on 25 minutes when Andrew Sallows set up Scott Milford who scored thanks to a goalkeeping mistake.
Undeterred, CMC continued to press forward and they were rewarded just before the interval when Sallows was again the provider, this time allowing Matthew Franks to slot home.
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