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tricolour

(US), tricolor
1. having or involving three colours
2. the French national flag, having three equal vertical stripes in blue, white, and red
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The tricolored bat is found in 38 states and the District of Columbia, from Florida to Canada, west to Colorado, and in Mexico and Guatemala.
Genomic sequencing found the variant to be associated with the tricolored bat (Perimyotis subflavus [formerly Pipistrellussubflavus]).
The tricolored canine barked excitedly while being draped in purple ribbons.
The daube works more effectively than another of Ondaatje Rolls's creations, "Post-impressionist Barbeque Beef," a grilled steak with garlic butter and tricolored peppercorns invented to suggest the bold colors of the art movement (72-4).
In comparison with other Brazilian choeronycterines (Anoura Gray, 1838, Choeroniscus Thomas, 1928, Lichonycteris Thomas, 1895, and Scleronycteris Thomas, 1912), Dryadonycteris is distinguished by a set of unique distinct external and craniodental traits, including the tricolored banding pattern of the dorsal pelage; plagiopatagium inserted at the base of the toes; uropatagium long, extending past knees; calcar and foot subequal in length; well developed pre-maxilla; inflated anterior maxilla and presence of 2 foramina between premaxillae (Wet-terer et al.
The tricolored bat (Periniyotis subflavus) was the most prevalent species, and the majority of bats observed were adult males.
Ross Mcleod stepped out for Sarasota Film Festival's opening night with some private school panache, hitting all the preppy marks: buttoned-up oxford, bow tie, slim-fit chinos, retro Wayfarers and tricolored leather boat shoes.
The cultures came from 8 little brown bats (Myotis lucifugus) and 3 tricolored bats (Perimyotis subflavus).
The French were here in force from the gang dressed as Provencal butchers singing folk songs in the Hayes to teenagers with tricolored faces in St Mary Street.
The discovery included: thirty undocumented bird species, including the black-and-white hawk eagle, Wilson's phalarope, and ash colored cuckoo; two undocumented mammals - Niceforo's big-eared bat and the Tricolored Bat; as well as 233 undocumented species of butterflies and moths.
A tricolored bow arced forth and fell gurgling into a hundred goblets and cups.