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- n. Alternative spelling of coloration.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. appearance with regard to color
- n. the timbre of a musical sound
- n. choice and use of colors (as by an artist)
Sorry, no etymologies found.
This is the original jabiru, whilst the other species are imitations, having the same head and neck colouration, which is the reason they were given the same name.
The dolphin appears to be healthy and normal other than its colouration, which is quite beautiful.
Firstly, I suspect that some of those sheep have been photoshoped so there are more sheep of non white colouration than there actually are.
Secondly, parse as they might, they can't turn a scientific "trick" into guile, nor make a negative colouration stick to the phrase "hide the decline" when the CRU folks themselves have published papers on it.
He wrote some great short stories in SF and fantasy and horror and there's scarcely a stinker among them, even when the SF elements feel tacked on or redundant or protective colouration for the fantastic.
After all, disfiguration, of the physical and mental variety, are often byproducts of conflict and the greater the colouration the greater the sense of victory.
As he was to do throughout the show, the pianist oscillated between the grand piano and Fender Rhodes, mostly playing the latter sparingly for soul, funk and blues-infusing colouration.
You might think so look at the implied colouration but a writer can easily come unstuck trying to blend the two.
Of course the structure and the colouration is yet different, and the light reflects in a different way than on real bone.
I just love its little burgundy shaped leaves and its autumn colouration.
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