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polychromatic

 [pol″e-kro-mat´ik]
many-colored.

pol·y·chro·mat·ic

(pol'ē-krō-mat'ik),
Multicolored.

pol·y·chro·mat·ic

(pol'ē-krō-mat'ik)
Multicolored.
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Whereas among these determinants of cultural mapping evaluating factor, disagreeing factor scheduling factor and trusting factors have totally opposite notions in both cultures such as the Chinese culture is polychromic on the account of scheduling that is they will prefer to do multitasking and perform their assigned duties on time whereas people in Baluchistan are most likely to perform work as it suits them.
Morphological alterations of RBCs Anisocytosis 19 260 Poikilocytosis 11 37 Target cells 24 11 Microcytes 7 3 Spherocytes 5 2 Polychromic RBCs 3 1 Howell-jolly bodies 4 1 Immature nucleated 24 16 RBCs Rouleaux 29 17 5.
We also run and a Parallel Analysis with factorial retention in a polychromic correlation matrix (Timmerman & Lorenzo-Seva, 2011).
Due to this, in this work the analysis is based on the polychromic correlation matrix and using the estimation method of adjusted weighted least squares means and variance (WLSMV), along with the probit function to obtain the estimations of the appropriate parameters of the ordinal variables.
MMT = media multitasking, M-time = monochromic countries, P-time = polychromic countries.
This finding is supported by another empirical verification indicating that for managers it is the varying nature of their organizational roles and responsibilities which makes them more polychromic (Adams and Eerde, 2010).
One can imagine that not all Romanians employ a polychromic work style.
A scythe, a polychromic glass bead, a horse hoof ice spike and perhaps also some pottery originate from the later periods of the Iron Age (Vedru 1998a, pl.