chromotype


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chromotype

(ˈkrəʊməˌtaɪp)
n
another name for chromatype
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This repetition of colors and impressions can be easily made also by the first 2 classes mentioned with a difference only of effect provided and is all classed under the general term of Chromotype. It will thus be readily seen that all printing is now done under any and all of these processes by the use of a solid block or form, engraved, formed or drawn upon ...
Montano chromotype. A: indeterminate montane chromotype MBUCV-V 35739, Yaracuy.
Variation in male chromotype A: MBUCV-V 29496, Sucre.
The colors of the Codex Borboniais and the atlas in chromotype of Ernest-Theodore Hamy
They should meet the following criteria: (1) of right hand according to the modified Edinburgh Handedness Questionnaire [21]; (2) of 20 and 24 years of age; (3) of habitual good sleeping habits (sleeping no less than 6.5 h each night for the past one month); (4) of no extreme morning or evening chromotype (score no greater than 22 on a modified Morningness-Eveningness Scale, [22]); (5) of no long-term medications; (6) of no symptoms associated with sleep disorders; (7) of no history of any psychiatric or neurologic disorders; (8) of no history of drug abuse and current use of antidepressant or hypnotic medications; (9) of acupuncture naive.