|Gelb englanniksi||yellow de, amber de|
*: A sweaty reaper from his tillage brought / First fruits, the green ear and the yellow sheaf.
*: The line of yellow light dies fast away.
*: Theres a one-eyed yellow idol / To the north of Kathmandu; / Theres a little marble cross below the town; / And a brokenhearted woman / Tends the grave of Mad Carew, / While the yellow god for ever gazes down.
*: You yellow bastards! Come back here and take whats coming to you!
*: The denizens of the gossipy world of the pink press, purple prose and yellow tabloids are shivering over disputed photographs of Princess Caroline of Monaco.
*: Charley threw her over for a yellow gal named Nancy: he never forgave Vashti for the vanishing from his life of a menace that had come to mean more to him than Vashti herself.
: yellow constituencies
: the black-yellow coalition
*: It is the strangest yellow, that wall-paper! It makes me think of all the yellow things I ever saw—not beautiful ones like buttercups, but old foul, bad yellow things.
*: Then suddenly, with the least warning, the sky yellows and the Chergui blows in from the Sahara, stinging the eyes and choking with its sandy, sticky breath.
*: Ambre is hote and drye ... Some say that it is the sparme of a whale.
*: As for Amber Grice, or Amber Cane, which ist most sweet myngled with other sweete thynges: some say it commeth from the rocks of the Sea. ... Some say it is gotten by a fish called Azelum, which feedeth upon Amber Grece, and dyeth, which is taken by cunnyng fishers and the belly opened, and this precious Amber found in hym.
*: The head of this fish is as hard as stone. The inhabitants of the Ocean sea coast affirme that this fish casteth foorth Amber; but whether the said Amber be the sperma or the excrement thereof, they cannot well determine.
*: Slaves ... with silver Censors ... perfumd the air with Amber, Aloes wood, and other Scents.
*: With scarfs and fans and double change of bravery,
*: With amber bracelets, beads, and all this knavery.
*: Slanders, sir: for the satirical rogue says here that old men have grey beards, that their faces are wrinkled, their eyes purging thick amber and plum-tree gum and that they have a plentiful lack of wit.
*: To shew this by example, we reade of Sabina Poppcea, to whom nothing was wanting , but shame and honestie, being extremely beloved of Nero, had the colour of her haire yellow, like Amber, which Nero esteemed much of, ....
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*: While earlier controllers provided concurrent ambers, present practice is to indicate a minimum intergreen period of 4 s.
*: Also flashing ambers are not operational at this type of crossing.
*: >Problem: Red-red signals are too time consuming when traffic density is higher.
*: I dont find them time consuming at all. I find them identical to ambers.
: an amber codon, an amber mutation, an amber suppressor
*: For example, to cross a temperature-sensitive mutation with an amber mutation, amber suppressor cells are infected at the low (permissive) temperature.
*: Double ambers revert at 10-8-10-9, and therefore, reversion is negligible. Double-amber mutants are made by crossing single-amber mutants with each other.
*: They all moved safely through the first green and then the second, but when the third light turned amber Jacks taxi was the last to cross the intersection.
*: Ahead, a cool breeze swept the pale morning sun across a grassy meadow turned amber by mornings frost.
: ambered wine, an ambered room
: an ambered fly
*: For purple mountains majesty; for amber waves of grain.
*: Home to the mosaic of coloured-lit windows in the black and white houses, the fake gas lamps ambering the cobbles, sometimes the scent of applewood smoke.
*: The firelight flickered on her rounded cheeks, ambering the pale skin.
*: Westward along Lancaster Avenue, among the stone walls and broad driveways of imposing old houses—their lawns dappled with the shade of ambering maples and dusty, bark-peeled sycamores—
*: [T]hough many of the pirates protested against these energetic activities[,] he was only pleasantly tired when the lowering, ambering sun began to bounce needles of gold glare off the waves ahead;