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col·or chart

(kŏl'ŏr chahrt)
An assembly of chromatic samples used in checking color vision.
Synonym(s): chromatic chart, colour chart.
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Significant differences among editions of other well known colour charts have also been reported in recent literature, as is the case of the Ishihara plates, widely used to detect colour-vision deficiencies (Lee and Honson 2003).
In terms of choice, silver cars continue to be most popular among consumers, topping the colour charts for the second consecutive year after knocking blue off the top spot.
Puzzle no more with My Cuppa Tea, an ingenious new mug with a series of coloured strips inside, a bit like those colour charts you see in paint shops.
Fully updated for 2007 with 2006 figures as a comparison, 50 tables of figures and 14 full colour charts have been packed into this handy-sized reference book that nobody in livestock can afford to be without.
He also expresses surprise that colour charts are used to evaluate the colour of farmed fish: "I thought they were joking.
It's that horrible realisation as you browse through the colour charts when you suddenly discover he's passionate about purple but you can't imagine using anything other magnolia.
They're easily the favourites in the colour charts - with the rich, rusty terracotta close behind.
Also this Cruising Companion incorporates a valuable insight into the history of the Solent, the book is enhanced with colour charts and detailed photography, including many spectacular aerial shots.
And firms use confusing daily intake guideline tables on packaging instead of simple colour charts.
However, nothing can topple the dominance of metallic silver in the colour charts with 823,000 new silver cars taking to the roads last year.
The Rev Mark Rylands, 40, cares for nine churches in the Langport area of Somerset, but fears people are more interested in picking up paint colour charts and decking than the Bible on Sundays.