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Verb1.decolourise - remove color from; "The sun bleached the red shirt"
discolor - cause to lose or change color; "The detergent discolored my shirts"
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The system consists of the e-STUDIO 306LP MFP (print, copy, scan, fax) loaded with Toshiba's special erasable T3030D blue toner cartridge (documents are printed in blue, identifying which documents can be erased); plus the e-STUDIO RD30--the compact Paper Reusing Device that uses heat to decolourise the text and images on documents and can be located anywhere on the office network.
Effect of heavy metals on the production of several laccase isoenzymes by Trametes versicolor and on their ability to decolourise dyes.
Over the years, this colour became associated with roemers so that even after it became possible to decolourise glass, makers continued to produce them in green glass.
kingae are facultative anaerobic Gram negative rods which lie together in small clusters and decolourise unevenly on Gram stain.