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Body Color

 

in painting, the term for the application of oil pigment, tempera, and other paints in a thick (seeIMPASTO) opaque layer—as distinguished from transparent or glaze effects.

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migratoria, hatchling body color shows some variation, depending on the parental phase or crowding conditions (Hunter-Jones 1958), but green-colored hatchlings are not known.
The special edition Mazda Demio 13-SKYACTIV Smart Stylish is exclusively available with the eye-catching Clear Water Blue Metallic exterior body color.
The Mazda Demio '13-SKYACTIV Smart Stylish' comes with stylish body colors and seats and goes on sale today at all Mazda, Mazda Anfini and Mazda Autozam dealerships throughout Japan.
While this is taking place, brackets for the color-keyed front fascia are installed, the fog lights placed on brackets outboard of the normal GM mounting points, a chrome and body color grille installed, the trailer hitch is sonic welded to the frame, and the front and rear bumper covers are put in place.
Keynoter Francois Farion, of Nissan Design America, led off the Conference with his lively address on the respective impact and connotations of car body colors in various geographic, cultural, and demographic markets.
These ocean relatives of the squid can use pigment-containing cells in their skin to blend their body colors to different backgrounds, changing them from the palest white to zippy patterns of alternating light and dark.
Sexually varied body colors in birds, fish, lizards, and Amphibians have inspired a lot of analysis, remarks Melissa S.
BASF's Benefiel believes the gradual move of steel body colors to waterborne will eventually force plastic parts to be painted with waterborne, too.