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ver·sic·o·lor

(ver-sik'ŏ-lŏr),
Variegated; marked by a variety of color.
[L. particolored, fr. verso, to turn, twist, + color, color]

ver·si·co·lor

(vĕr'si-kŭ-l'ŏr)
Variegated; marked by a variety of color.
[L. particolored, fr. verso, to turn, twist, + color, color]

versicolor

Of various colours.
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My favorite shade from Versicolour Varnish is Stuck In Love, a rose nude that I use as a lip color and a blush.
For example, we randomly selected 30 instances from Setosa (S) and Versicolour (E), respectively, as training samples to construct triangular fuzzy number model and the remaining 20 instances in each species as test samples.
I witnessed the same phenomenon on a stony plain in Kazakhstan; the little dragon Phrynocephalus versicolour was invisible to my eye--just another stone in a stony landscape--until I forced movement by unknowingly almost stepping on one.
The included attributes in this dataset are: Sepal lengths in cm, Sepal width in cm, Petal length in cm, Petal width in cm and classes classification attribute (Iris Setosa, Iris Versicolour and Iris Virginica).
According to the Marine Science and Fisheries Centre study, it is the Panulirus homarus, commonly known as the spiny lobster or rock lobster, that is most widely harvested, followed by another variety, known as the Panulirus versicolour.
The Basidiomycetes like Phanerochaete chrysosporium, Lenzites, betulina and Theiophora terrestris (9), and white-rot fungi (10,11) like Trametes versicolour (14), Pleurotus ostreatus (13), and Phlebia radiate (12) will also be producing laccase.
The Iris data includes three clusters, Setosa, Versicolour, and Virginica, and each cluster contains 50 objects.