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chromatic

 [kro-mat´ik]
1. pertaining to color; stainable with dyes.
2. pertaining to chromatin.

chro·mat·ic

(krō-mat'ik),
Of or pertaining to color or colors; produced by, or made in, a color or colors.

chromatic

/chro·mat·ic/ (kro-mat´ik)
1. pertaining to color; stainable with dyes.
2. pertaining to chromatin.

chromatic

[krōmat′ik]
Etymology: Gk, chroma, color
1 pertaining to color.
2 stainable by a dye.
3 pertaining to chromatin. Also called chromatinic.

chro·mat·ic

(krō-mat'ik)
Of or pertaining to color or colors; produced by, or made in, a color or colors.

chromatic 

Pertaining to colour.

chromatic

1. pertaining to color; stainable with dyes.
2. pertaining to chromatin.
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The objective is to balance the refractive indices with the physical properties requirements and still achieve the desired chromatic color.
The original Slur Exercises and Chromatic Octaves has long been a valuable supplement assisting the advancing student toward "greater strength and fluency in his fingers," stated Segovia.
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The composition and chromatic organization in furniture design mean a multiple approach due not only to the variety of elements involved in its general expression, but also to the possibilities of analysis and understanding the composition's significant constructive, functional and expressive elements.
Each chromatic pentad also contains three matrices corresponding to three coordinates and two mass matrices--one for top quark and another--for bottom quark.
A graph with chromatic number two is said to be bicolorable, and a graph with chromatic number three is said to be three-colorable.
In Chromatic, love is not only possible but irresistible, not only real but overwhelming.
The use of thermochromic inks from Chromatic Technologies added to the WOW impact of the new Nirvana box set," says Ron Harwell, Shorewood vice-president of marketing.
Since in these maps every formal or chromatic decision has been subjected to experiential proof and responds to very complex laws of optimization, they can only be reproduced just as they are, or they are made worse.
Mystic--varied amounts of light transmission create a frosty to smoky appearance ranging from transparent to opaque, in hues from neutral to chromatic.
Partly through a pervasive avoidance of controversy, he omits such interesting topics as musica reservata, Lowinsky's theory of a "secret chromatic art," symbolism in music (apart from madrigalisms), Vicentino's proposal to recreate the ancient chromatic and enharmonic genera in modern music--in short anything that deviates from the mainstream.