polychromatic


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(of light or other electromagnetic radiation) composed of more than one wavelength

having or exhibiting many colors

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For just as the sculptures' polychromatic glazes work to undermine any remnants of gestalt form (often aided by light scintillating off their highly reflective surfaces), the near formlessness of the figures and the profound difficulty of reconciling one viewpoint with another function to undermine and destabilize the automatic reception on which kitsch depends.
As a nod to the Queens West context we wove some of the black brick into our polychromatic facade, but it doesn't dominate the scheme.
It has been a successful experience," said Tracey Leacock, President of Polychromatic, a Division of Keystone USA.
This lively polychromatic scheme lifts this work to quite another level of sophistication.
Richards said that the irregular polychromatic granite used on the outside of the building came from a quarry on Kendall Road, and the reddish sandstone is from East Longmeadow.
The investigation found that many factors in micronucleus formation in blood cells (the most common short-term test for genotoxic in In vitro) are involved, such as the temperature increases [19], Increased frequency of micronucleated polychromatic erythrocytes in animals indicate that the induction of chromosomal damage [20].
The much more common polychromatic energy beam of conventional multidetector CT (MDCT) scanners is kVp (the maximum energy in a polychromatic spectra; ie, 140 kVp, meaning a spread of photon energies, with 140 being the highest), and keV represents the monochromatic beams (by definition, a monochromatic beam has only a single energy; ie, 70 keV represents the single energy present within that beam).
The guelder rose, or viburnum opulus, is a familiar sight in the countryside where its strong stems bear bunches of glossy letterbox red berries that are complemented by polychromatic leaves.
The guelder rose, or viburnum opulus, is a familiar sight in the countryside where its straight, strong stems bear bunches of glossy letterbox red berries that are complemented by polychromatic leaves.
Rare mid-18th-century Italian polychromatic dining chairs covered in ivory velvet surround the 18th-century Swedish dining table from Ann Koerner of New Orleans.
Additionally, polychromatic flow cytometry performed on patient samples indicated that women had significantly higher frequency of CD4 + CCR5 + T cells prior to treatment than did men (mean of 9.
purpurea juice (25,000 mg/kg bw) on one occasion and sacrificed 24, 48 or 72 hours afterwards, showed no increase in micronucleated polychromatic erythrocytes (PCE) compared with bone marrow smears from control animals.
each one leaving a visiting card polychromatic sile-and-satin
Instead of speaking of black and white versus color, it might be more suitable to oppose monochromatic and multi--or polychromatic graphic storytelling.
Melding the droll, rococo politesse of Jack Vance with the phantasmagorical realpolitik of China Mieville, Valtat conjures up an exotic, polychromatic world too real not to exist somewhere, if only in a luckier, more delirious and glorious universe adjacent to ours.