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bicolor

a coat color of two colors. In dogs, usually black with tan markings but may be other combinations such as ticking on a white background. In cats, more than two spots of color on the body, either white and one basic color, or white with one tabby color.
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Measurements for the races guinea and durra were larger than for the races bicolor and caudatum except for ArCircularity and ArRectangularity.
Test 2, standardization of data by Z-scores and cluster analysis based on the complete set of data, provide the highest similarity score for the race bicolor, while Test 3, standardization of data by Z-scores and cluster analysis based on a reduced set of variables selected from principle component analysis, provided the highest similarity scores for the races guinea.
Funnel-shaped flowers come in many solid and bicolors, singles and doubles.
Flowers are 2 inches or more across with translucent petals in shades of red, pink, white, orange, and bicolors.
Dozens of varieties available in shades of blue, pink, purple, salmon, red, white, cream, and bicolors.
Huge, radiant blooms of yellow, orange, maroon, creamy white, and bicolors.
Showy round flowers come in shades of yellow, orange, red, pink, purple, white, and bicolors on plants 6 inches to 3 feet tall.