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- having or capable of producing colors; colour
- a visual attribute of things that results from the light they emit or transmit or reflect; colour; coloring; colouring
- interest and variety and intensity; colour; vividness
- the timbre of a musical sound; colour; coloration; colouration
- a race with skin pigmentation different from the white race (especially Blacks); colour; people of color; people of colour
- an outward or token appearance or form that is deliberately misleading; semblance; gloss; colour
- (physics) the characteristic of quarks that determines their role in the strong interaction; colour
- the appearance of objects (or light sources) described in terms of a person's perception of their hue and lightness (or brightness) and saturation; colour
- any material used for its color; coloring material; colouring material; colour
- add color to; colorize; colorise; colourise; colourize; colour; color in; colour in
- affect as in thought or feeling; tinge; colour; distort
- modify or bias; colour
- decorate with colors; colour; emblazon
- give a deceptive explanation or excuse for; colour; gloss
- change color, often in an undesired manner; discolor; discolour; colour
- a color lacking hue; white or grey or black; achromatic colour
- a dye that is considered to be a base because the chromophore is part of a positive ion; basic dye; basic colour
- a color that has hue; chromatic colour; spectral color; spectral colour
- a television that transmits images in color; color television; colour television; color television system; colour television system; colour TV
color TV tube
- a television tube that displays images in full color; color tube; colour tube; color television tube; colour television tube; colour TV tube
- barrier preventing blacks from participating in various activities with whites; colour bar; color line; colour line; Jim Crow
- the soldier who carries the standard of the unit in military parades or in battle; standard-bearer
- genetic inability to distinguish differences in hue; colour blindness; color vision deficiency; colour vision deficiency
- a chart displaying colors
- a chart in which complementary colors (or their names) are arranged on opposite sides of a circle; color wheel
- system using colors to designate classifications
- the tendency for a color to look the same under widely different viewing conditions; colour constancy
- (physics) the interaction that binds protons and neutrons together in the nuclei of atoms; mediated by gluons; strong interaction; strong force
- a ceremonial escort for the (regimental) colors
- He was promoted to corporal and was assigned to the color guard.
- Towards the end of high school, he participated in the drum line and color guard.
- Four color guard circuits donated $250 each to fund the first competitive season.
- add color to; color; colorize; colorise; colourise; colourize; colour; colour in
- barrier preventing blacks from participating in various activities with whites; color bar; colour bar; colour line; Jim Crow
- Brooklyn signed Jackie Robinson to not only break the color line, but to bolster the lineup.
- The award was renamed the Jackie Robinson Award in July 1987, 40 years after Robinson broke the baseball color line.
- Many boxing historians consider Wills the most egregious victim of the "color line" drawn by white heavyweight champions.
- a mere semblance of legal right; something done with the apparent authority of law but actually in contravention of law; colour of law
- an attribute of color
- a planned combination of colors; colour scheme
- These can be spotted with their blue color scheme.
- They also adopted a new logo, color scheme, and uniforms.
- Navy blue replaced royal blue on the team's color scheme.
- a sergeant in a color guard who carries one of the colors
- the distribution of colors produced when light is dispersed by a prism; visible spectrum
- a television that transmits images in color; colour television; color television system; colour television system; color TV; colour TV
- Lewine was then the Vice President in charge of color television at CBS.
- He holds 13 patents that cover color television and solid state electronics.
- The CBS color television system of Peter Goldmark used such technology in 1940.
- a television that transmits images in color; color television; colour television; colour television system; color TV; colour TV
- a television tube that displays images in full color; color tube; colour tube; colour television tube; color TV tube; colour TV tube
- a television tube that displays images in full color; colour tube; color television tube; colour television tube; color TV tube; colour TV tube
- the normal ability to see colors; chromatic vision; trichromacy
- Typically, this test is the "color vision light gun test".
- He developed the theory of color vision.
- These bees also have trichromatic color vision and are important pollinators in agriculture.
- genetic inability to distinguish differences in hue; color blindness; colour blindness; colour vision deficiency
- a wash of whitewash or other water-base paint tinted with a colored pigment; colour wash
- a chart in which complementary colors (or their names) are arranged on opposite sides of a circle; color circle
- either one of two chromatic colors that when mixed together give white (in the case of lights) or grey (in the case of pigments); complementary
- a reddish-brown color resembling the color of polished copper; copper
- a color produced by a pattern of differently colored dots that together simulate the desired color; nonsolid color; nonsolid colour; dithered colour
- a colored mineral used as a pigment
field-sequential color TV
- an early form of color TV in which successive fields are scanned in three primary colors; field-sequential color television; field-sequential color television system; field-sequential color TV system
field-sequential color TV system
- an early form of color TV in which successive fields are scanned in three primary colors; field-sequential color television; field-sequential color TV; field-sequential color television system
field-sequential color television
- an early form of color TV in which successive fields are scanned in three primary colors; field-sequential color TV; field-sequential color television system; field-sequential color TV system
- an early form of color TV in which successive fields are scanned in three primary colors; field-sequential color television; field-sequential color TV; field-sequential color TV system
- a digestible substance used to give color to food; coloring; colouring; food coloring; food colouring; food colour
- a color produced by a pattern of differently colored dots that together simulate the desired color; nonsolid colour; dithered color; dithered colour
- oil paint containing pigment that is used by an artist; oil; oil colour
- a race with skin pigmentation different from the white race (especially Blacks); color; colour; people of colour
- He is a descendant of Louisiana free people of color.
- A third class of free people of color developed, especially in New Orleans.
- Today, descendants of the free people of color are generally called Louisiana Creole people.
- (formal) any non-European non-white person; person of colour
- Aja identifies as a person of color.
- Historically, she became the first person of color in the Hall of Fame.
- As a "free person of color", Lacroix was a wealthy and cultured property owner, and had slaves.
- pigment mixed with water-soluble glutinous materials such as size and egg yolk; tempera; poster paint; poster colour
- any of three colors from which all others can be obtained by mixing; primary colour
- The team's primary color changed back from red to navy.
- Colors are typically encoded by 8 bits per primary color.
- The team's primary color changed back to black, this time with silver trim.
- any of three primary colors of light from which all colors can be obtained by additive mixing; primary colour for light
- any of three pigments from which all colors can be obtained by mixing; primary colour for pigments
- any of the three colors that give the primary colors for light after subtraction from white light; primary subtractive colour for light
red-green color blindness
- confusion of red and green; red-green dichromacy; red-green colour blindness
- small circular area such as that around the human nipple or an inflamed area around a pimple or insect bite; areola
- the coloring of a person's face; complexion; skin colour
- As soon as she had passed, her skin color turned white.
- It has no effect on skin color.
- human height and skin color).
- a color that has hue; chromatic color; chromatic colour; spectral colour
- a water-insoluble dye that is applied by reducing the dye to an alkaline form, applying the dye, then regenerating the insoluble dye by oxidation in the material; used for dyeing cotton; vat dye
yellow-blue color blindness
- confusion of yellow and blue; yellow-blue dichromacy
- Leo Mazzone was as a fill in color commentator.
- He currently works as a color commentator in the league.
- In 2001-2002 Jones was a reserve color commentator for the NFL on FOX.
- These formats use the same color primaries as Rec.
- If there are two kings of the same color, e.g.
- The two players use stones of the same color.
- The dark red color is attributed to Mn ions.
- To be of use, it must be new, heavy, and of a dusky red color.
- Appearance of blood red color indicates presence of peroxides.
- Of these foreign born, most are women of color.
- Some likely married free women of color, establishing families.
- Workers in the hotel industry are mainly women of color and immigrant women.
- Commonly, the cock feather is of a different color.
- Each track personifies a different color or hue.
- The two models also have different color paint.
- A collection of 9 songs, recorded live and in full color.
- Valid names and full color representation for each palette.
- The book is printed in full color with illustrations by John Eaton.
- The ground color is brownish with some rusty colored tints.
- Its ground color is pale brown.
- The ground color is greenish.
- These can be spotted with their blue color scheme.
- The whole church has a cool blue color as a result.
- The pale blue color of aquamarine is attributed to Fe.
- In coverage of the CIE 1931 color space the Rec.
- In HSV color space, "magenta" has a hue of 300°.
- 2020 color space to their TITAN File video platform.
- The painting is a realistic view with a warm color palette.
- The NES sprites are 26 pixels high and use a color palette of 4 colors.
- As a result, the color palette and the details of the dot-pixels also increased.
- The double-door is a mint green color and is padlocked.
- Barium compounds are added to fireworks to impart a green color.
- The green color contributed to its outdated name verdoperoxidase.
- Mark Kelso serves as the color analyst.
- After his retirement, Barber joined Fox Sports as a color analyst.
- He is also the color analyst for all local broadcasts of Bears preseason games.
- The use of color is often not natural but always bold.
- Her works were lauded for their use of color and general treatment.
- Morisot creates a sense of space and depth through the use of color.
- For a time, Bowie did color commentary for Kentucky Basketball.
- He also provided color commentary for SEC football games on CBS.
- Dan Miller does play-by-play and Lomas Brown does color commentary.
- The yellow color is caused by nitrogen impurities.
- This is also the origin of butter's yellow color.
- The golden yellow color is attributed to Fe ions.
- The base of the lip has a white color on the margins.
- The bridge is painted in red and white color.
- It is nicknamed "the Ice Palace" () for its white color.
- Its color pattern is yellowish with small ruddy spots.
- Its color pattern is olive-brown or cinereous.
- Its color pattern is light yellowish ruddy, paler below.
- Carrier operations of other nations use similar color schemes.
- In 2007, twelve of the models again received new color schemes.
- Windows XP includes 22 preset color schemes for this visual style.
- This change in hair color can be confusing.
- With a dun, the hair color itself is one solid shade and remains so for life.
- boosted hair color product sales not just for their company, but across the hair dye industry.
- 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.
- It is 20 minutes long and was shot on 35mm color film.
- Since 2006, she also shoots color film.
- But in fact, it was in 1901 when the first color film in history was created.
- "Planted the first color on the enemy's works.
- It was the first color production of the Mosfilm studio.
- In 1991, China's first color Map Editing and Publication System, MapCAD.
- The male body color is more uniform than the female's.
- The female is smaller than the male and its body color is duller.
- The basic body color is light brown with darker brown longitudinal.
- A new color option, white, has also been added.
- In 2007, twelve of the models again received new color schemes.
- EPA introduced a new color scheme in the early eighties as well.
- However, the background color of outer space is black.
- The background color is black with a velvety appearance.
- The mantle has a grey-blue background color; the margin is covered with many small tubercles.
- In 2018, the Braves made a subtle color change to the primary logo.
- An interesting aspect of female "L. pulchrissimus" is the color change of their fur.
- This species is capable of color change, but generally in somber shades of tan to gray.
- The game comes with 12 city walls, 3 of each color.
- Players won points based on each color.
- The standard "Cities & Knights" game comes with 24 knights, 6 of each color.
- The fruit of this tree is a dark brown black color.
- A solar chimney is a chimney of outside black color.
- The edifice possessed a gray, silver, and black color scheme.
- The first recorded use of "plum" as a color name in English was in 1805.
- The first recorded use of "Kobe" as a color name in English was in 1924.
- 2,500 LED bulbs cause the tower to change color at night.
- In mating season the males head change color to either red, yellow or even light blue.
- When alarmed, it makes a hissing noise, and depending on its mood, it may change color.
- She correctly identified his eye color, height, and other physical features.
- This is also true of the normal variations in skin, hair and eye color encoded on the human MATP gene.
- Dun does not affect skin or eye color, but dilutes red pigment to yellow and black pigment to slate gray.
- Pure lisinopril powder is white to off white in color.
- Originally, the robes on the image were white in color.
- Head dirty yellow white in color with pinkish-brown spots.
- The fur is dark brown or black in color.
- The facial vibrissae are black in color.
- Both the shell and the foot of the animal are black in color.
- The surface is shiny, and brown or olive green in color.
- It is green in color in dilute solutions.
- The leaves of the plant are dark green in color and alternate.
- Its coat color is brown with a speckling to the hairs.
- The gray coat color makes up about 3% of Thoroughbreds.
- The Brazilian tuco-tuco has a reddish-brown coat color.
- The margin of the sea star, which is its outline, is an orange color.
- They may have enjoyed the company's bright orange color, messiness and shape.
- Male cones solitary and erect, spindle shaped to narrow ovoid, 50–60 cm long, 12–13 cm in diameter, with orange color.
- It is orange yellow to lemon yellow in color.
- The flowers are yellow in color and borne on compound umbels.
- Rarely in some forms, the ventral surface is yellow in color.
- Perhaps in connection with the dark color of the mushroom.
- The final product, Dutch chocolate, has a dark color and a mild taste.
- The tribe was known for painting or staining their lower legs a dark color.
- More than one-third (35%) of Sheridan students are students of color.
- Next, we will look at discipline as a foot of oppression on students of color.
- The Brown Center for Students of Color (BCSC) is a space that provides support for students of color.
- Sheehan is known for his abstract color photography.
- They experimented with color photography during their spare time.
- He predicts color photography and advances in electronic communications.
- Nitrites and sulfites are added to food to prolong shelf life and delay flavor and color changes.
- The upperparts are gray–brown and the underparts are buff; the color changes gradually over the body.
- The original nine values were followed up by color changes in 1881 (10r and 40r) and 1885 (20r, 25r).
- Calves are darker in color when they are very young.
- It is a reddish-brown color when moist, but becomes lighter brown when dry.
- It has a bright yellow pore surface when young that dulls in color when mature.
- Menace of Destruction members tend to use the color red.
- This creative technique using the color red makes the poem sound even more entrancing and interesting.
- They saw the color red, worn by the Pope and his Cardinals, as the color of luxury, sin, and human folly.
- The 10" vinyl version of the single is red in color.
- The entire jellyfish is deep red in color.
- Fins red in color with pale reddish interradial membranes.
- The shorthand phrase for this is "breaking the color barrier."
- Sylvester Croom eventually broke the color barrier in the SEC coaching ranks in 2004.
- In 1947, Robinson broke the major leagues' color barrier when he debuted with the Dodgers.
- It includes full color photographs of Hilton by Jeff Vespa and gives her advice on the life as an heiress.
- Folberg moved to Israel in 1976, where he began a series of color photographs of the southern desert landscapes.
- The cathedral appears in one of the earliest color photographs ever taken by Louis Arthur Ducos du Hauron in 1877.
- Mock writes her book is about her personal experience as a trans woman of color.
- Mock tweeted, "Speak against the profiling of #TWOC [trans woman of color], like Monica Jones.
- Her series "24" investigates her relationship to growing up with HIV as a woman of color in New York City.
- It has a pink color with a cubic crystal structure.
- The pink color of morganite is attributed to Mn ions.
- The device is widely available in white, green, yellow, blue, red and pink color finishes.
- This set of colors is called "color temperature".
- Photographers sometimes use color temperature meters.
- Both of the cited standards specify a 6500 K color temperature.
- Designers should also note that red–blue and yellow–blue color combinations are generally safe.
- Her bright color combinations within the sequins and beads add to the mood and spirit of each piece.
- It was a clear departure from the more subtle color combinations and detailing of existing boardshorts.
- It is a community news publication that primarily covers communities of color and issues important to those communities.
- A common argument for school vouchers is that it allows for marginalized communities of color to be uplifted from poverty.
- These movements rarely extended to communities of color viewed as “slums”, which was suggestive of racism and class privilege.