polychromic


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Synonyms for polychromic

Synonyms for polychromic

having or exhibiting many colors

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This finding is supported by another empirical verification indicating that for managers it is the varying nature of their organizational roles and responsibilities which makes them more polychromic (Adams and Eerde, 2010).
A scythe, a polychromic glass bead, a horse hoof ice spike and perhaps also some pottery originate from the later periods of the Iron Age (Vedru 1998a, pl.
Like many of the textile arts, fancywork utilized what has been termed polychromic time, "interactive, multitasked, social, and in flux, rather than linear or goal-oriented.
The journal has 16 pages, of which four are polychromic (Broadsheet, 26.
Hall and Hall (1990) very well described the two different chronological styles related to autocratic and MBWA monochromic styles and polychromic styles respectively.
Colours: monochromic and polychromic views, light and dark tones, clear and pastel, bright and dark, cold and warm colours are combined.
This unique polychromic fragment is the fourth earthenware representation of early tungiasis in Peru identified to date and the only one that represents the different stages of Tunga spp.