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For additional meanings of "White", please see White.

White was a color which was noted for its ability of reflecting and scattering all the frequencies of visible light. This color was the opposite of black; see: black and white.

In the children's nursery rhyme "Mary Had a Little Lamb", Mary's lamb had a fleece as white as snow. (ENT: "Dawn")

The White Rabbit, a character from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, wore white gloves and had white fur. (TOS: "Shore Leave")

In three-dimensional chess, there were black and white playing pieces, with each player selecting a color. (TOS: "Charlie X"; Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

To see things in terms of black and white was to not allow room for ambiguity, aka gray areas. (TOS: "Catspaw")

In 2268, Steve O'Connel was upset to receive coconut and vanilla ice cream, both white in color, which Christine Chapel described as his "unpleasant surprise". (TOS: "And the Children Shall Lead")

Members of the Cheron species had faces that were either white on the left side and black on the right, or vice versa. The members of the "black on the right side" group considered themselves superior and had subjugated the other group, but by 2268, only one member of each group had survived, pursuing each other for over 50,000 years. (TOS: "Let That Be Your Last Battlefield")

In 2374, during the World War II holoprogram ran on aboard the USS Voyager, the Wehrmacht captain expounded upon the symbolic elements of the Nazi flag to Turanj. According to the captain, the blazing white circle of the sun sanctified the blood of Germans, represented by the red field of the flag. (VOY: "The Killing Game, Part II")

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