technicolour


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technicolour

(ˈtɛknɪˌkʌlə) or

technicoloured

adj
brightly, showily, or garishly coloured; vividly noticeable
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Her creation, Wullie's Technicolour Dream Dungarees, is sponsored by The Press and Journal and is one of 10 to be found around Inverness.
And some of her fans thought she was taking a leaf out of her co-star Phil's book - as her skirt resembled Joseph's Technicolour dreamcoat.
Freeview I Can Go for That: The Smooth World of Yacht Rock BBC Four, 9pm Katie Puckrik receals the '80s era when artists like Toto, Hall & Oates and George Benson created a technicolour second wave of a super smooth sound.
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat arrives at Storyhouse next week, and it's set to be one colourful spectacle.
Annan Academy is gearing up for its Junior Show production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat on Monday and Tuesday, February 25 and 26 at 7.30pm.
Rebekah Lowings (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Jesus Christ Superstar) plays Molly alongside Niall Sheehy (Miss Saigon, Les Miserables, Wicked) as Sam.
The tour sees the star of Joseph and The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat celebrating his 50th birthday by sharing a wealth of tantalising tales about Neighbours, Ten Good Reasons, Kylie, Joseph, I'm A Celebrity , Strictly and much more.
I'm not going to don a technicolour dreamcoat and predict seven years of famine will follow the football feast here, but I just hope we are putting enough away while the sun is shining to cover ourselves if or when the rain clouds return.
SINGING star Joe McElderry swapped his technicolour dreamcoat for lycra shorts to take part in a charity bike ride.
But tomorrow we'll show you Liverpool FC from 1960 - in glorious technicolour!
off-the-shoulder tops, swishing skirts around a campfire and a caravan full of throws, beads, scarves and flowers, all in glorious technicolour.
Hazell, ITV 1978-1979 THE forgotten man in the crop of technicolour '70s cops, James Hazell was a "Cor blimey, guv'nor" private eye created by sheepskin coat-wearing football manager Terry Venables.