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polychromatic

, polychromic, polychromous
1. having various or changing colours
2. (of light or other electromagnetic radiation) containing radiation with more than one wavelength

Polychromatic

Having or exhibiting a variety of colors.
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96) As with polychromic time in craft, the maker escaped the present.
Managers who practice MBWA are polychromic and possess associative cultures management style that focuses on number of matters at a time.
Of these 4 figures, 3 were reproduced in the written materials surveyed (1 from an unknown location and 2 from the American Museum of Natural History), and 1 was a piece of polychromic ceramic, located in the Amano Museum Foundation, which had not been previously described.
Task Orientation Moderately polychromic, doing several things at one time, explore alternatives simultaneously and create new ones.
Nations are either high-context, in which case they are also collectivist, hierarchical, polychromic and dialectical, or low-context, in which case they are individualistic, egalitarian, mono-chronic and analytic.