noncoloured

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noncoloured

(nɒnˈkʌləd) or

noncolored

adj
(Colours) not coloured
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The clear, noncolored areas are those where the overall density at 13h00 is unchanged relative to midnight.
Individuals who cannot see in color, differentiate between colors, have noncolored visual displays, or have difficulty with contrasting colors will not be able to understand the texts and graphics when they are viewed with color.
In this study described here a comprehensive effort is made to establish a link between composite color and its hygrothermal behavior by making a comparative evaluation of noncolored (original color, named as Control) and pigment colored WPCs with medium color (red, named as Colored-1) and dark color (chocolate color, named as Colored-2) processed under the same conditions.
If there is a wish to keep the wood noncolored, organic UV absorbers (UVA) (families of benzophenone, benzotriazoles, triazine, malonates .
In figure 7, the accelerated weathering by exposure of noncolored TPU plaques to a Xenon lamp is represented.
Almost all noncolored, nonreinforced thermoplastics can be regarded as laser-transparent to a certain extent.
By doing so they attempt to erase the one most glaring, ineradicable difference between whites and blacks--physicality--and, through their oratory, supplant it with a focus on the soul and the mind--something markedly noncolored and non-racialized as they construct it.
Colored or noncolored concentrates containing talc, calcium carbonate or other fillers for most thermoplastics.
They found a solution for #30 and used a noncolored band for #31.
The frequency distribution of noncolored segments had less skewness and kurtosis, lower coefficients of variation, and a higher average distance of recovery.
Since the set fits any Ross prefilled container, it can eliminate the need to stock both pre-colored and noncolored nutritional products (Ross Products, 1996).
Comparing children's performances on colored and noncolored versions of a search task, Zentall (1985) found that color added to search-attentional tasks improves the performance of children with hyperactivity; but after children have adapted to task and color novelty, performance gains diminish more rapidly for children with hyperactivity than for those without.