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coloration

, colouration
1. the colouring or markings of insects, birds, etc.
2. unwanted extraneous variations in the frequency response of a loudspeaker or listening environment
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Plain cloths, as well as textured fabrics, create the landscape for vibrant, fresh colorations that include hues of greens, blues, yellows and reds.
They're classic, yet are being updated by many fabric suppliers in fresher, more modern colorations.
Lush colorations and heavily textured fabrications take the lead here.
The Nini Ferrucci collections seen at the Atlanta Market are going in the right direction, Hagopian said but, "are too tropical in colorations for the Midwest.
Roy Evans, company president, reported that Eunice Day-Smith has joined Pande Cameron as art director to translate the latest home furnishings trends -- designs and colorations -- into the rug medium.
Woven with updated colorations, the American Collection is retail priced at less than $100 in a 6-by-9.
Also branded by Wools of New Zealand, Damask draws inspiration from fabrics and wallcoverings -- an all-over pattern that is available in six two-tone colorations.
The fibers are used in unique combinations, playing off differences in texture and coloration.
Persian Renaissance includes traditional styles in three fashion colorations in a unique Wilton construction, featuring genuine silk accents with New Zealand wool.
While many suppliers said they were going to cut back on introductions, there was no shortage of new styles and colorations.
Menstrual flow colorations should not be judged by urine color standards.
There are eight styles in the Targa line, two of which are new colorations.