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Dark light gray From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dark light gray, or darkish-lightish-gray, was the paint color in room 314 in Rogerson Magnet School.[1] Darker than light-dim gray and lighter than whitish-tinged black, dark light gray was purchased in bulk[2] with frugality and neutrality in mind, as well as its slight semblance of low cloud cover.[3]

See also • White • Black

References 1. Schoerger 1955, p. 144 2. “In the Name of Gray”. Factory Feelings. Retrieved November 9, 2007. 3. ^ Shiloh and Gregson, p. 61; Discussion of Color Gray, p. 83; Color Sample of Gray: p. 95 Plate 14 Color Sample A9

The Family Unit From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The family unit or family (Genus unum) was a collec and rural areas.[1]

The family unit consisted of multiple (or a single) bloo generations. Parents (or parent) were relied upon dur youth.


Popular among family units was the use of dwellings of them often found it difficult to fully realize and exp proximity to a family unit they had 1) been born into a This often resulted in unit members seeking cohabita remaining with the original unit for fear of disturbing t

Unit activity

Traditional family units were often identified with a ce

traditional opinions but were not always represented sometimes engage in group activities, activities eithe unit, or by an unpopular but authoritative minority of around circular shapes and converse, or not convers to. Each unit would produce a ‘favorite’ member, and deserved to be said ‘favorite,’ they were given prefer sitting in the front seat.[4]

In human civilization, family units have inspired myth the range of transport and warfare,[7] and provided a recreation.[9] Family units powered the voyages of sai were used to transport family units from one geograp which the authoritative unit members attempted to c

Family units were encouraged to recreate for comfor became an exhaustive cesspool of disappointment,[1 the unit in the first place.

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ction of humans that was endemic to cities, suburbs

od and non-blood related members, often of varying ring the children’s (or child’s) infancy and into their

s.[2] While the majority of family units cohabitated, many press their personal freedoms when living in close and so had no choice in the matter, and 2) disliked. ation with other individuals as soon as possible, or the unit’s delicate ecosystem.

ertain set of “values,”[3] which coincided with popular

d in the actions or behaviors of units. Units would er agreed upon by the entire unit, the majority of the the unit. Units would ritually arrange themselves sitting se, on daily happenings and moments-to-look-forwardd while the favorite was often not the member who rence on things like taking over family businesses or

hology,[5] influenced the events of history,[6] expanded power source for mechanical work,[8] electricity and iling ships across Earth’s oceans. Commercial airlines phic location to another during a short duration for cease productivity.

rt and safety, even though time and time again they 10] forcing members to question why they embarked on

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