English citations of battleship grey, battleship gray, battleship-grey, and battleship-gray
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- 1902, The jewelers' circular and horological review, Jewelers' Circular Pub. Co., p 69:
- [. . .] Chatelaine "Outing" Watches, like illustrations, representing Golf, Yachting, Football, a Barrel, Banjo, Heart, etc.,— beauties — In battleship-gray sterling silver, the finest American movement.
- 1907, Blackwood's Magazine, v 182, W. Blackwood, p 747:
- I had painted the whole apparatus battleship-grey to match the ship, and it looked and played its part as if it had been in constant use in the service for
- 1907, United States Naval Medical Bulletin, v 43, p 213:
- The next two contained 50 percent zinc oxide but one was colored battleship gray. The last two were made with 50 percent titanium dioxide with one of these mixtures similarly colored gray. Ointments containing 50 percent titanium dioxide were [. . .]