snowflakes


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snowflakes

small patches of gray or white hair acquired after birth. Skin color is unchanged. See also achromotrichia, vitiligo.
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You can leave it white or create snowflakes in different colours, and add glitter to make them shimmer and shine.
Just a few weeks back the word snowflake caused cold sweats on my forehead and sleepless nights, as we all dealt with a Halloween surprise snowstorm," City Manager Michael V.
Nov 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Watch it snow every night on Snowflake Lane as a tradition continues this holiday season in Bellevue.
Snowflakes are also known for having great variety in their structures.
LEDs on the snowflakes only need spot replacements due to damage from removal and remounting each season, unlike conventional incandescent bulbs which require complete annual replacement.
Snowflakes are usually hexagonal (six-sided) and symmetrical (same on all sides).
At first, he copied what he saw with pen and pencil, but the snowflakes often melted before he had time to study and copy them properly.
Snowflakes, 1999, softened the irony of the rest of the show.
Snowflakes are actually tiny water crystals similar to the ones you made with borax powder.