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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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as equal instead of regarding some of them as chromatically altered
Botti contributed a beautifully crafted trumpet solo as an introduction to the latter tune, which ended with the trumpeter ascending chromatically into his trumpet's high register.
As one of the most innovative harmonica players on the music scene, Yonnet is best known for his strong improvisational skills and ability to play chromatically on a diatonic harmonica.
Typical of Curtis's recent work is the sculpture Cows, which situates two rather naturalistically formed though chromatically jolting orange and green bovines in a curvaceous, bubblegum-pink pasture, beneath which a two-tiered Plexiglas box contains liquid slip, illuminated lights and bright green flexible tubing that enters and exits like the conduits of a complex circulatory system.
The performance space has become neutral both architecturally and chromatically.
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The clothes are not displayed chronologically but chromatically, starting with black, "to show that couture has a certain timelessness," he explains.
The company says these knobs and pulls have been inspired by, and designed to, chromatically and texturally complement the product trends of some of the currently available popular cabinets and furniture being introduced into the marketplace at this time
Engineering Ink Color via Emulsion Design," by Timothy Klots of BASF, analyzed chromatically selective scattering emulsions (CSSE), in which particle size is controlled to generate a range of scattering behavior.
The 24 / 7 doorman will be stationed in a sleek modern lobby that will feature a double-height ceiling, very modern accent furniture and a chromatically neutral palette.
Then let the dove descend chromatically, beyond all usual allegory, down its elevent channels to become the balsam and bereavement of the earth.
Jonathan Lyness' generous, full-phrasing orchestra (Tony Burke's efficient reduction) and the tiny but effective offstage male chorus ululating chromatically to chilling effect set the storm-tense scene.