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Definitions

  • Statue in Rose-coloured Granite of the Pharaoh AnÛ, in the GÎzeh Museum
    Statue in Rose-coloured Granite of the Pharaoh AnÛ, in the GÎzeh Museum
  • WordNet 3.6
    • v colour in add color to "The child colored the drawings","Fall colored the trees","colorize black and white film"
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Usage

In literature:

The Duchess was sitting up, colour in her cheeks and her eyes sparkling.
"The Duchess of Wrexe" by Hugh Walpole
The history of another important group of colouring-matters dependent on naphthalene begins with A. v. Baeyer in 1871 and with Caro in 1874.
"Coal" by Raphael Meldola
As a rule, they are more or less spotted in winter, but tend to become uniformly-coloured in summer.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 5, Slice 4" by Various
Who has ever managed to suggest such colour in masses of black deftly composed?
"Aubrey Beardsley" by Robert Ross
And this at first is much inclined to blue, but soon becomes a good green, the only unmix'd and lively Colour in this fourth Series.
"Opticks" by Isaac Newton
The colour of the ball or flower in one case was a peacock-blue and in the other dead black.
"The New Gulliver and Other Stories" by Barry Pain
Rainbow-coloured beams from the upper windows fell athwart the nave in rich prismatic streams.
"Glories of Spain" by Charles W. Wood
The use of two instruments of the same colour in octaves, e.g.
"Principles of Orchestration" by Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov
Those in the ocean are lighter in colour, and larger and more solid than those found in harbours.
"Beautiful Shells of New Zealand" by E. G. B. Moss
His colouring, in vigour and brilliancy, comes near to that of Titian and Giorgione.
"The New Gresham Encyclopedia. Vol. 1 Part 3" by Various
It varies considerably in colour, being either green, brown, or marbled with a mixture of shades of both these colours.
"Butterflies and Moths" by William S. Furneaux
The colour was rising to her cheeks now, and the silk she tugged at in such desperation was becoming woefully knotted.
"A Blot on the Scutcheon" by May Wynne
The heads and hands are coloured in oils; the drapery is shaded with the needle, and in a great measure with the pencil.
"The History of Painting in Italy, Vol. 1 (of 6)" by Luigi Antonio Lanzi
It possesses, likewise, force of colouring, in which he was not always equally successful.
"The History of Painting in Italy, Vol. 3 (of 6)" by Luigi Antonio Lanzi
They could not see the bottom, as the water was of a yellow-brown colour, in consequence of the flood.
"The Young Yagers" by Mayne Reid
In practice, modifications of this normal process may be introduced, in order to ensure the dyeing of an even colour, i.e.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 8, Slice 8" by Various
Around the clerestory each window is divided perpendicularly in half, one side being glazed in colour and the other in soft grisaille.
"Stained Glass Tours in France" by Charles Hitchcock Sherrill
He devised something of gelatine especially for her purpose, by which colours on a transparency gained in brilliancy.
"The Song of Songs" by Hermann Sudermann
It is a most beautiful tree both in form and colour, and is markedly gregarious in habit.
"North America" by Israel C. Russell
Blue is given us by indigo and woad, which do not differ in colour in the least, their chemical product being the same.
"Arts and Crafts Essays" by Various
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In poetry:

`And just above yon slope of corn
Such colours, and no other,
Were in the sky, that April morn,
Of this the very brother.
"The Two April Mornings" by William Wordsworth
The stink o' the gas in my nose,
The colour o' bluid in my ee,
And the biddin' o' Hell in my lug
To curse my Maker and dee.
""On Leave"" by John Buchan
What mean the colours half-mast high,
In yonder ship upon the main?
Ah me! a seaman made reply,
Some hero of renown is slain!
"The Curieux" by John Mayne
I know not; but still, as I listen
To the sorrow I hear in his call,
I bear the half in my bosom,
And it gives a colour to all.
"Hill Shadows" by Alexander Anderson
Here of a Sunday morning
My love and I would lie,
And see the coloured counties,
And hear the larks so high
About us in the sky.
"XXI: Bredon Hill" by A E Housman
Yet the swan that swims in rivers,
Pleases the judicious sight;
Who, of brighter colours heedless,
Trusts alone to simple white.
"Neatness In Apparel" by Charles Lamb

In news:

They are the same size but may differ in design, some baubly, some smooth, some with coloured glitter.
Accent colours are next, silver balls in the same or smaller sizes can be hung slightly behind the core ornaments to add sparkle and dimension.
Colour -Tramp is a lighting controller from Artistic Licence for two and three dimensional arrays of color changers in large architectural lighting systems.
Emerald is the jewel in Pantone's crown of colours for 2013 as the vibrant green hue was announced Thursday as its colour of the year.
This 4-day program is a combination of colour theory and our TONI&GUY New Classic Colouring techniques, which will guide you in mastering the fundamentals in colouring and highlighting techniques.
THE FORGOTTEN WAR IN COLOUR tells the story of the Korean war through the powerful color imagery, dramatic musical score and soundscape that are the hallmarks of Binns' and Wood's productions.
This year's Reading Festival in the UK had some additional colour , courtesy of Colour Sound Experiment, Ltd of London.
In the 1980s it was trendy to have your colours professionally done.
City and Colour 's Dallas Green in Conversation.
False colours can pop up, ugly interference patterns emerge, caused by a clash between the repeated structure of the filter and patterns in the scene being captured.
After City and Colour 's performance at the Pageant, every heart in the audience will likely race for Green (and his music) for some time to come.
However, 8% of men and 0.4% of women have impaired colour -vision, of whom half are unable to recognise the main colours used in colour coding.
That's where Living Colour has a leg up on its contemporaries: While other bands spent years developing themselves in the studio, much of Living Colour 's growth has come on the stage.
Photograph by Raghu Rai from Raghu Rai's India: Reflections in Colour, just published by Haus Publishing.
The band of the Coldstream Guards marches along the Mall towards Buckingham Palace for a rehearsal of Trooping the Colour, the Queen 's official birthday celebrations, 05 June 2004 in London.
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In science:

If we imagine occupying or colouring in all the edges that result in transmission of the disease during the current outbreak, then the set of vertices representing the hosts infected in this outbreak form a connected percolation cluster of occupied edges.
Random graphs as models of networks
Since K band is less affected by the dust extinction than r band, dusty starburst galaxies are known to have redder colours in r − K by ∼ 1 mag (Smail et al. 1999) .
Are Passive Spiral Galaxies Truly "Passive" and "Spiral"? : Near-Infrared Perspective
Consequently, given the types and colours in the first generation, the k branches are independent of each other and are copies of the entire coloured family-tree, with appropriate initial conditions.
Branching Processes, and Random-Cluster Measures on Trees
The colour curves of SN 1999em were firstly dereddened using this value and were then shifted in time using the weighted average of ∆t discussed in §3.1. A χ2 -fitting algorithm was then used to compare the colours of SN 2003gd with those of SN 1999em for JD < 2452830, the end of the plateau phase.
A Study of the Type II-P Supernova 2003gd in M74
As mentioned in 2.1.2, evaluations of colourings are invariant under planar deformations, thus flat colourings are sent to flat colourings under planar deformations.
Categorical Groups, Knots and Knotted Surfaces
Figure 4: A 3-regular graph of size 4 together with a possible edge-colouring; the edge-colouring matrices correspond to entries having the same colour in the adjacency matrix A of the graph.
From quantum graphs to quantum random walks
This is done here by first fixing a so-called edge-colouring of the graph (see eg Bollob´as 1979), that is, we assign one of d different ”colours” to every directed arc of the graph in such a way that no vertex has two incoming or two outgoing arcs of the same colour.
From quantum graphs to quantum random walks
In the original formulation, given q colours, we aim at finding a colouring solution such that any two connected vertices have different colours.
Colouring random graphs and maximising local diversity
We will study rainbow Hamilton cycles in edge-coloured graphs with n vertices where the number of colours available is also n; thus a rainbow Hamilton cycle uses each of the colours exactly once.
Rainbow Hamilton cycles in random regular graphs
The colours are no longer important in the bipartite graph, but it will be convenient to refer to the two sets of vertices in the bipartition as ‘plain’ and ‘coloured’.
Rainbow Hamilton cycles in random regular graphs
Note that choosing the bipartite (multi)graph at random using the configuration model (in its bipartite version, and with traffic rules as above given in each coloured cell) gives back the random coloured multigraph G∗ c (n, 2q) with the right distribution.
Rainbow Hamilton cycles in random regular graphs
We colour the graph by picking for each vertex on the left side a colour present in the corresponding edge in H1 which is also a member of H1 ’s cover and similarly for vertices on the right side.
Colouring complete bipartite graphs from random lists
We define a new colouring σ ′ by colouring v in blue and flipping the colours of the vertices of V1 .
Colouring complete bipartite graphs from random lists
Therefore there exists an edge e = (u1 , u2 ) missed by its corresponding colour in σ ′ .
Colouring complete bipartite graphs from random lists
But, for example, the state that we assign to the system and apparatus in our Bayesian two-sub-urns example cannot include a specification of the numbers of each colour in each half-urn because we do not know such a specification.
Relationalism vs. Bayesianism
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