Definitions

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  • adj. having sections or patches colored differently and usually brightly

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Examples

  • She said the section of footage concerned showed a 'diver diving into a pool which had a multi-colour ripple effect'.

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  • Two colours will be available at first — a multi-colour model and a two-toned pink option — and both include headphones, USB cable and software.

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  • Quality: Lots of pixel “ghosting” blocky pieces left behind when scene jumps, general muddiness to multi-colour scenes.

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  • Check out your overall listening frequency, and an eye-popping multi-colour artist history timeline.

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  • Rope sizing is commonly used in the preparation of multi-colour warps whereby each colour requires a separate dyeing and sizing operation.

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  • It is preferable in this case to install only sufficient multi-box looms to cater for the actual consumer demand for multi-colour weft fabrics.

    Chapter 6

  • Space-dyeing the production of multi-colour yarns by the application of various dyes at intervals along a yarn.

    Chapter 4

  • The new urbanites wanted to have paintings of the masters and found in the wood-cut which soon became a multi-colour print a cheap mass medium.

    A History of China

  • La Redoute Voucher £15 off when you spend £30 or more on your FIRST ORDER Marks and Spencer Voucher Marks and Spencer Price: £45.00 A fashionable cap sleeve dress featuring a multi-colour design.

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  • Camilla Parker-Bowles decided to take a Lulu Guinness black satin bag, which features a blown up postage stamp image of the queen in multi-colour, to a charity fashion show at London's High Court yesterday (11.02.10).

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