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Meanings and phrases
- Scottish botanist who first observed the movement of small particles in fluids now known a Brownian motion (1773-1858); Robert Brown
- abolitionist who was hanged after leading an unsuccessful raid at Harper's Ferry, Virginia (1800-1859); John Brown
- a university in Rhode Island; Brown University
- of a color similar to that of wood or earth; brownish; chocolate-brown; dark-brown
- (of skin) deeply suntanned; browned
- an orange of low brightness and saturation; brownness
- fry in a pan until it changes color
- make brown in color; embrown
Alaskan brown bear
- brown bear of coastal Alaska and British Columbia; Kodiak bear; Kodiak; Ursus middendorffi; Ursus arctos middendorffi
Boston brown bread
- dark steamed bread made of cornmeal wheat and flour with molasses and soda and milk or water; brown bread
- large hardy brown breed of dairy cattle from Switzerland
- a university in Rhode Island; Brown
Chinese brown sauce
- a sauce based on soy sauce; brown sauce
European brown bat
- common brown bat of Europe; serotine; Eptesicus serotinus
- a Catholic priest who was the hero of detective stories by G. K. Chesterton
- abolitionist who was hanged after leading an unsuccessful raid at Harper's Ferry, Virginia (1800-1859); Brown
Lyman Frank Brown
- United States writer of children's books (1856-1919); Baum; Frank Baum
- Scottish botanist who first observed the movement of small particles in fluids now known a Brownian motion (1773-1858); Brown
- a moderate brown color
- baked pudding of apples and breadcrumbs
- algae having the chlorophyll masked by brown and yellow pigments
- Alginic acid, or alginate, is extracted from brown algae.
- In brown algae, phlorotannins may be a constituent of the cell walls.
- Halidrys siliquosa Halidrys siliquosa is a large marine brown algae.
- vigorous spreading North American tree having dark brown heavy wood; leaves turn gold in autumn; black ash; basket ash; hoop ash; Fraxinus nigra
- any of numerous medium to small insectivorous bats found worldwide in caves and trees and buildings
- large ferocious bear of Eurasia; bruin; Ursus arctos
- The brown bear is often described as nocturnal.
- The brown bear can live an average of 25 years.
- The polar bear is a recent offshoot of the brown bear.
- California herb with brownish-purple or greenish bell-shaped flowers; Fritillaria micrantha; Fritillaria parviflora
- common grass with slender stems and narrow leaves; velvet bent; velvet bent grass; Rhode Island bent; dog bent; Agrostis canina
- dark steamed bread made of cornmeal wheat and flour with molasses and soda and milk or water; Boston brown bread
- bread made with whole wheat flour; dark bread; whole wheat bread; whole meal bread
- freshwater catfish of eastern United States
- clarified butter browned slowly and seasoned with vinegar or lemon juice and capers; beurre noisette
- intermediate between peat and bituminous coal; lignite; wood coal
- Until the mid-20th century brown coal was mined in the valley near Motnik.
- That would also ensure war reparations to France (chiefly in the form of brown coal).
- This brown coal open cast mine is required to feed the waste water into the surface water.
- a common creeper in North America with a down-curved bill; American creeper; Certhia americana
- a variety of sclerotinia
- an American hickory tree having bitter nuts; pignut; pignut hickory; black hickory; Carya glabra
- of southern Africa; strand wolf; Hyaena brunnea
- small dark-colored lacewing fly; hemerobiid; hemerobiid fly
- of northwestern Canada and Alaska; Lemmus trimucronatus
- large tree of Australasia; red beech; booyong; crow's foot; stave wood; silky elm; Heritiera trifoliolata; Terrietia trifoliolata
- brown sauce with sauteed chopped onions and parsley and dry white wine or vinegar; Lyonnaise sauce
- large Australian tree with straight-grained yellow wood that turns brown on exposure; Rockingham podocarp; Podocarpus elatus
- common domestic rat; serious pest worldwide; Norway rat; Rattus norvegicus
- unpolished rice retaining the yellowish-brown outer layer
- fungus causing brown root rot in plants of the pea and potato and cucumber families; Thielavia basicola
- any of certain fungous diseases of plants characterized by browning and decay of tissues
- disease of citrus trees caused by the fungus Phytophthora citrophthora; gummosis
- bouillon or beef stock thickened with butter and flour roux and variously seasoned with herbs or Worcestershire etc.; sauce Espagnole
- a sauce based on soy sauce; Chinese brown sauce
- serious garden pest having a brown shell with paler zigzag markings; nearly cosmopolitan in distribution; Helix aspersa
- a state of deep absorption or thoughtfulness
- unrefined or only partly refined sugar
- Jam is prepared by stewing the flesh with brown sugar and ginger.
- These are usually black due to the brown sugar mixed in with the tapioca.
- Madhavan hides brown sugar in Jeeva's pillows, leading to Jeeva's arrest.
- common large songbird of eastern United States having reddish-brown plumage; brown thrush; Toxostoma rufums
- common large songbird of eastern United States having reddish-brown plumage; brown thrasher; Toxostoma rufums
- speckled trout of European rivers; introduced in North America; salmon trout; Salmo trutta
- Less commons species include burbot, grayling and brown trout.
- The Otaki River also offers fishing of brown trout and white bait.
- The owner, a Mr Alcock of Grasmere, then stocked it with brown trout.
- having the color of caramel; of a moderate yellow-brown; caramel
- a medium to dark tan color; yellowish brown; raw sienna; buff; caramel
- a medium brown to dark-brown color; chocolate; coffee; umber; burnt umber
- a color or pigment varying around a light grey-brown color; dun; greyish brown; fawn
- The hindwings are grayish brown, shining bluish violet.
- Its fur is short and dense, with its color grayish brown.
- The hindwings are pale grayish brown, shining bluish violet.
- a color or pigment varying around a light grey-brown color; dun; grayish brown; fawn
- The bark is greyish brown and vertically furrowed.
- The greyish brown bark is smooth, fissured or scaly.
- The upper surfaces of the hind feet are greyish brown.
- a brown that is light but unsaturated
- Its head's front vertex and scape are light brown.
- Their skins are generally reported to be light brown.
- Hens are completely light brown gold brindled.
- the small common North American bat; widely distributed; little brown myotis; Myotis leucifugus
- the small common North American bat; widely distributed; little brown bat; Myotis leucifugus
- a shade of brown tinged with green
- Thorax and abdomen olive brown and are stout and short.
- Head broad, olive brown and covered with smooth scales.
- Labial palps long, porrect and pale beige or pale olive brown.
- a shade of brown with a tinge of red; sepia; burnt sienna; Venetian red; mahogany
- In colour it is reddish brown, purple or bleached.
- The reddish brown bark is fissured or lenticellate.
- The forewings are mostly ochre and reddish brown.
- a medium to dark tan color; raw sienna; buff; caramel; caramel brown
- Head, thorax, abdomen and wings are yellowish brown.
- The hindwings are yellowish brown, shining bluish violet.
- Elytra black and body yellowish brown.
- The scales on the wings are narrow and dark brown.
- Their eyes are dark brown with a grey outer-ring.
- The male has green-glossed dark brown upperparts.
- Anal appendages are pale brown, tipped with black.
- Ventrally, it is uniformly pale gray or pale brown.
- The pale brown bark becomes deeply fissured with age.
- Bobby is seventeen with brown hair and blue eyes.
- She is 5'10" (1.78 m) tall and has brown hair and eyes.
- She can be recognized by her long brown hair and dark blue eyes.
- It has cream-buff to pinkish gills with brown spots.
- The animal is yellow with black or brown spots.
- The flowers are yellow with dark brown spots and blotches.
- The tail is dark brown above and below.
- The coloration is yellowish to greenish-gray or brown above and white to yellow below.
- The coloration is grayish blue or brown above and whitish below, without fin markings.
- They are brown, spiny, and covered with glossy, dark brown scales.
- The forewings are blackish brown, covered with dense reddish brown scales.
- A ring is present on the central to lower part of the stem as a zone of dark brown scales.
- Adults are predominantly dark brown or black in colour.
- These are long white, brown or black cloaks trimmed in gold.
- The fur is dark brown or black in color.
- Pedicel dark brown and flagellum dark brown to black.
- It is a dark reddish brown to black monoclinic mineral.
- The stripes, spots, and blotches are deep brown to black.
- Dorsal surface blackish brown to black.
- Forewings fasciated with buff, apple green and blackish brown.
- A brown dwarf companion was detected in 2001.
- It is a brown dwarf of magnitude 15.14 and spectral class M6.5V.
- If classified as a brown dwarf, its spectral type would be L7±3.
- Wildlife includes brown bears and other wild animals.
- The forests are home to brown bears and wolves.
- Areas of the eastern Alps are still home to brown bears.
- Michael has brown eyes and thick, dark hair and is tall.
- These horses often have light brown eyes.
- Both blue and brown eyes are seen.
- The skin is slightly darker brown on the upper part of the body.
- The head is grey with a darker brown forehead and a black muzzle.
- Its body is darker brown in color.
- The pupa is sclerotized and brown in color.
- It has long, soft fur that is white or pale brown in color.
- The integument is a dark brown in color.
- "R. appendiculatus" is long, and is a dark reddish-brown or brown color.
- The stem surface is whitish, but will stain a light brown color if handled.
- "Bronze" is a metallic brown color which resembles the actual alloy bronze.
- The heartwood is light to dark brown in colour.
- The body is a dark purplish brown in colour.
- The cap surface is smooth, and ochre to pale brown in colour.
- The grass becomes orange, red, or golden brown at maturity.
- Fry until just golden brown.
- The coat is golden brown.
- The object's mass is well within the range of deuterium-fusing brown dwarfs.
- All the observational studies have so far failed to find evidence for brown dwarfs or gas giants.
- However, this is disputed because it would make the planets become brown dwarfs to fit into the cooling models.
- Thorax is yellowish with dark brown markings.
- The centre lobe is linear to egg-shaped, wide with a few pale brown markings.
- Some variants of this fish have mort distinct brown markings as opposed to yellow.
- Part of this entailed repainting the exterior to a tan and brown colour.
- The clay turns a red or brown colour when it is fired in an oxygen-rich oven.
- The dorsal surface is a dull grey to brown colour, and can be blotched with dark brown.
- The coloration is a deep chocolate brown.
- "C. eisenmanae" has an average snout-to-vent length (SVL) of and is chocolate brown.
- The bats have a dark chocolate brown body with paler underparts, and hairless, translucent wings.
- This stonefish is usually brown or grey, and it may have areas of yellow, orange or red.
- Officials of Braavos, called keyholders and justiciars, wear drab coats of brown or grey.
- They are mostly yellow in color, although parts of the abdomen and thorax are dark brown or grey.
- The colour is dark grey brown or horny brown.
- The hindwings pale grey brown.
- They are dark grey brown.
- The labral teeth are reddish brown and white towards the columella.
- Her coat is a rich satin red with black, brown and white tinges and a white chest.
- Bo (the Irish for cow) is a brown and white calf who stays with Reuben, a friend of Emma.
- Some rare rufous morph female has a black barred and reddish brown plumage.
- In the range of overlap, only brown males of "F. hypoleuca" exist and are thought to have evolved the brown plumage to prevent hybridization.
- Order: CharadriiformesFamily: Stercorariidae They are in general medium to large birds, typically with gray or brown plumage, often with white markings on the wings.
- The larva is creamy white with a brown head.
- Larvae are large with a cream coloured body and brown head.
- Female has brown head, antennae and legs.
- The fur is thick and evenly colored, usually grey or brown.
- The general colour is grey or brown with the cnidocyte area cream coloured.
- Branchlets are thick, grey or brown and hairy, with easily visible leaf scars.
- The forewings are brown, irrorated with purple reddish brown scales throughout in females and from the base to the antemedian line in males.
- The animal is yellow with black or brown spots.
- Most species are black or brown, a few are more colorful.
- These goats have glossy, short hair in either black or brown.
- It has a single lateral ovoid brown spot.
- The specific name is derived from the Latin prefix "apici"- (meaning apex) and "maculatus" (meaning macula) and refers to the ovate, blackish brown spot near apex of forewing.
- Due to its obviousness, the brown spot is not always marked (neither are the unmistakable and , at the left and right intersections, respectively, of the baulk line and the "Ds curve.
- Anterior and posterior segments pale purplish brown.
- The pupa is greenish but speckled with purplish brown.
- Its thoracic and posterior segments are purplish brown.
- Both subspecies are small brown butterflies with a wingspan rage of 34–44 mm.
- It often has ribs near the top, and the surface has small brown dots and points.
- Pseudorthodes vecors Pseudorthodes vecors, the small brown Quaker, is a species of cutworm or dart moth in the family Noctuidae.
- The colour is red brown becoming more grey with age.
- Head and thorax are red brown, with a dark stripe on the vertex.
- Head, thorax and abdomen red brown.
- The reddish brown seeds are about 2 millimeters wide.
- The brown seeds are under 2 millimeters wide.
- The fruit is a winged capsule 2 or 3 centimeters long containing dark brown seeds.
- It is dull brown with creamy tufts of hairs at the sides.
- Its forewings are dark, dull brown.
- The involucre changes from greenish-white to dull brown as the fruit matures.