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hue

(hyū),
One of the three qualities of color; that property by which colors of the spectrum are distinguished from each other and from grays of similar brightness; determined by the wavelength or a combination of wavelengths of light.

hue

Attribute of colour sensation, such as blue, red, green, etc., which is ordinarily associated with a given wavelength of the light stimulating the retina, as distinguished from the attributes of brightness and saturation. See Bezold-Brücke phenomenon; differential threshold.
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Huer and Lloyd (1990) analyzed data regarding perspectives from 165 different people, ranging in age from 2 to 58 years, who used AAC devices.
Huer 1996 "Cognitive bias in procedural justice: Formation and implications of illusory correlations in perceived intergroup fairness.
Huer said student interest in the Adobe application courses reflects the fundamental importance of digital communications skills today.
C'etait fabuleux de les voir reagir, d'avoir un parti pris; huer un personnage qu'ils aimaient moins et applaudir un autre qui avait du succes dans son aventure.
Such an outlook suggests that forming work teams that combine the efforts of parents and educational or rehabilitation experts may be the best way to ensure a profitable, generalized use of this technology in daily contexts (see, for example, Davies & Hastings, 2003; Parette, Brotherson, & Blake Huer, 2000).
Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) across the United States are experiencing the challenge of providing services to an increasingly diverse population of students (Goldstein, 2000; Hammer & Miccio, 2001; Huer & Saenz, 2003; Wyatt, 2002).
Collaborative partnerships characterized by factors such as trust, respect, communication, shared vision, and cultural sensitivity were identified as critical for effective partnerships with families in decision making about augmentative communication (Parette, Brotherson, & Huer, 2000), inclusion (Soodak & Erwin, 2000), and serving children with problem behaviors (Park & Turnbull, 2002).
We've cultivated a lot of new customers who never knew the concept of a women's bookstore," says Laura Rayner, who owns the store with Julie Gagnon and Evelyn Huer.
On peut avancer, sans se faire huer, que la langue berbere est la meme malgre ces usages varies et differents.
Mary Blake Huer, PhD, is a professor of communicative disorders at California State University-Fullerton, where she recently completed a 6-year federally funded personnel preparation grant for training graduate students in the areas of multicultural issues.
Les tambouilles televisuelles sont telles qu'on a envie, par moments, de huer a tue-tete et [beaucoup moins que] cracher [beaucoup plus grand que] sur l'ecran a souhait.