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White was a colour. White light was composed of all colours in the visible spectrum. (PROSE: The Squire's Crystal)

White was the colour of mourning in India. For this reason, members of the cult which worshipped the Skang also dressed in white. (PROSE: Island of Death)

During the Imperial-Renegade Dalek Civil War, Davros's Imperial Daleks had white casings. (TV: Revelation of the Daleks, Remembrance of the Daleks) A white Dalek was present on Moldox near the close of the Last Great Time War. (PROSE: Engines of War) Soon the Supreme Daleks of the New Dalek Paradigm were identified by their white casings. (TV: Victory of the Daleks) A white Dalek was present at the Starbane. (GAME: The Doctor and the Dalek)

Rose Tyler wore a white tank top when she met the Metaltron, the first Dalek she ever met, and Adam Mitchell. (TV: Dalek)

The War Doctor wore a white scarf when he used a molecular fruit bomb to transform the factories of Villengard into a banana grove to prevent it from supplying weapons to Daleks. (COMIC: The Whole Thing's Bananas)

The Seventh Doctor wore a white shirt. (TV: Time and the Rani). He also wore a paisley banded white fedora (PROSE: White Darkness) that he had had made especially for him. (PROSE: First Frontier)

Yasmin Khan wore a white blouse under a navy walking suit during her encounter with Nikola Tesla. (TV: Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror)

Romana wore a white scarf shortly after regenerating. (TV: Destiny of the Daleks)

Clara Oswald once wore a white blouse with a black cardigan and tartan skirt. (TV: The Time of the Doctor) She also wore a white shirt with her undercover suit. (TV: Time Heist)

Jenny Flint wore a white shirt with her waistcoats and trousers. (TV: A Good Man Goes to War, Deep Breath; PROSE: The Dangerous Dilemma of the Dream Doorway; COMIC: The Lost Dimension, etc.)

The Tenth Doctor wore a white shirt shortly after regenerating. (TV: The Christmas Invasion)

The Eleventh Doctor wore a white shirt. (TV: Death of the Doctor)

Emily Morris wore a white shirt with her ivory cravat with black marks, her cream waistcoat with tan stripes, and her beige walking skirt. (TV: Lost in Time)

The Master wore a white Stetson in his bald incarnation. (AUDIO: The Death of Hope)

The Trickster, who normally wore black, wore a white robe and gloves when he posed as an angel to deceive Peter Dalton. (TV: The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith)

Doctor Olivia Steele wore a white lab coat. (PROSE: Exodus Code)

The Dream Lord wore a white shirt with two suits he wears on the dream world. (TV: Amy's Choice)

Chronovores sometimes appeared as pure-white humanoids. (TV: The Time Monster) Chorodorons had white skin, (PROSE: Dreamstone Moon) as did gelem warriors. (PROSE: Ghosts of India)

The trees in the petrified jungle on Skaro were white, having been turned to stone. (TV: The Daleks)

In 1955, Alabama, people who were perceived as white were allowed to ride at the front of buses while all those who were viewed as non-white were made to get on via a side entrance and forced to sit at the back. There were also whites-only motels, like the Sahara Springs Motel. (TV: Rosa)

In Through the Eye of Eternity, the White Eye of Eternity only appeared once, before an episode about a wedding. The episode was followed by a rash of engagements among the show's fanbase. (PROSE: The Book of the War)

The robots in the Land of Fiction were white. (TV: The Mind Robber)

In Jo Grant's home, there was a white wicker laundry basket and a pair of white moon boots between her stained-oak wardrobe and the wall in her bedroom. (PROSE: Genocide)