multihued

multihued

(ˈmʌltɪˌhjuːd)
adj
having many hues or colours
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Multihued sandstone, quarried locally, and white oak timber are most evident.
The NCPA has over the years developed a multihued international music programme with jazz at its core.
Caption: 2 The Wilton woven Evolution rug collection from Couristan uses a multihued polyester to enhance traditional patterns.
Pro Vice Chancellors and focal persons of various SU campuses, deans of various teaching faculties, academic and administrative heads of various departments, institutes, sections and centers, faculty, prominent personalities and a large number of students and sports enthusiasts were in attendance at this bright, multihued and lively event.
Rhyming verses and multihued illustrations show both girls and boys that toys, games, chores, and even grown-up jobs are not gender specific, and children and adults will learn that developing simple behaviors like helping with the dishes, expressing emotions, and understanding personal boundaries can have a big impact later on in life.
[USPRwire, Tue Dec 11 2018] The expanding database of Market Research Reports Search Engine (MRRSE) has been recently updated by the addition of a new study which is titled as " Global Multihued Weighers Market Highlights Key Development Factors and Upcoming Trends During forecast 2018 -- 2028 ".
[ClickPress, Tue Dec 11 2018] The expanding database of Market Research Reports Search Engine (MRRSE) has been recently updated by the addition of a new study which is titled as " Global Multihued Weighers Market Highlights Key Development Factors and Upcoming Trends During forecast 2018 -- 2028 ".
For instance, chains that are leading the effort to recognize this emerging market have had end-cap promotions geared to women of color and their hair care needs, or an emphasis on new shades for multihued skin tones in their advertising and marketing.
Melissa never cared much for this multihued Russian rug until Komenda came along.
'Abundant harvests, courage, eternal love, guardianship, nobility and wisdom are just some of the events, emotions and qualities represented in the multihued beads used for bracelets, necklaces and ornaments,' she said.
Castro takes advantage of the tonal qualities of monochromes in his paintings, but also interprets vibrant multihued pieces.
Inspired by affluent ethnicity of west Bengal, 'Odisha' depicted one of the world's most primitive Indian tribe known for its multihued geometric Ikat patterns.