i]) from 25-140 grayness
units for a subsample of 24 individuals in the size range 22.
All of this grayness
is the result of research we recently completed for a paper presented at the EDANA Annual General Meeting in Monte-Carlo in June.
Drawing on her experiences in the mid-to-late 1960s, Sheila Fitzpatrick gives us a narrative of poignancy and joy mixed with despair; she finds bright colours in the unremitting grayness
of Brezhnev's years.
He took on the staid establishment of grayness
and functionality and won, showing that just because something has always been that way, doesn't mean it can't be changed or improved.
The great victories of the sport he-roes in Lithuania reminded us that there is power within ourselves to overcome the pessimistic grayness
and politisized society, Spasev writes.
The title helps us interpret the work but only to a certain point: Yellow is the ray of sun that pierces the haze with its luminous power, even if it is hard to compare the chromatic fantasy dancing around it to the grayness
of a cloud.
It is a haunting story of humans caught up in, as writer Michael Newall puts it, "the murky grayness
of the crosscurrents of anger and pain, betrayal and forgiveness, hope and dismay, atonement and denial that flow through the heart of the Catholic church's sex scandal.
I prefer to observe the pastel smudges of cars shifting through the steady grayness
of the street.
The misty maritime grayness
of Normandy is well captured by lenser Jean Coudsi, and Alfred Schnittke's score never lapses into fright-night strings.