colour-blind


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colour-blind

1. of or relating to any defect in the normal ability to distinguish certain colours
2. not discriminating on grounds of skin colour or ethnic origin
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Pilot David Ibbotson was colour-blind, according to a BBC Wales report
Colour-blind, Senna has regularly used a single colour in his drawings.
Where's the Police Federation's defence that their members are 26 times more likely to be colour-blind?
Luke Walsh, 25, from Aigburth, has created computer software that will help colour-blind sufferers to identify the colours they can't see.
Q MY son has recently turned 17 and has found out that he is colour-blind. What is colour blindness, how is it caused, is there any treatment for it and are there any careers he will need to avoid because of it?
Most colour-blind people do not find the disorder disabling.
Mr Skelly, an ardent Magpie, of Belford, in Northumberland, is calling on the Football Association to look into kit clashes that cause problems for colour-blind fans.
A headstone in a graveyard had the verse: "Here lies the bones of colour-blind Jed.
This means that the sharks only had one type of cone and one type of rod gene, supporting that they are colour-blind. The findings strengthen earlier speculation about not only wobbegongs, but other shark species.