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speckled

(spĕk′əld)
adj.
Dotted or covered with speckles, especially flecked with small spots of contrasting color.
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Fishing along the marsh grass that rings these islands is productive for reds, flounder and speckled trout.
The birth of the second Royal Baby is a cause for celebration for the Royal Family, the United Kingdom and for the rest of the world," said Sonia Lawrence, Market Manager, The Americas, Australia & New Zealand at Greene King PLC, brewers of Old Speckled Hen.
This is my favorite Speckled Sussex hen named Speckled Bird.
This movie and still show the Sun in filtered white light speckled with more and larger sunspots than we have seen in quite some time.
As I have observed elsewhere (Stewart, 2011), for species such as the Speckled Warbler there is significant scientific knowledge within the community regarding what is required to ensure the specie survives.
Farberware New Traditions Speckled cookware features a retro-style belly shape and a PFOA-free nonstick interior, available in either black or white.
RESEARCHERS have discovered the diminutive speckled sea louse has two body clocks.
Once, at the mating time of the flocks, I had a dream in which I saw that the he-goats, as they mated, were streaked, speckled, and mottled.
The researchers then reconstructed them into a single image after subtracting the blurring effects and ever-changing speckled artifacts caused by turbulence in the atmosphere and other optical aberrations.
Brands include Abbot Ale, Ruddles and Old Speckled Hen, which are sold in pubs on draught and in supermarkets and off-licences in bottles.
Ihughes22's Speckled Wood butterfly sat on a leaf was also chosen for its eye-catching colours.
Greene King is expanding its Old Speckled Hen premium beer range with a lighter brew designed to tap into consumer interest in golden ale.