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Chroma is designated with numerical values 1, 2, 3 and 4.
Chroma is a consolidated suite of modules that have been specifically engineered for the multi-airport environment and has been successfully proven within airport networks globally.
He's even reportedly drafted a letter to his customers stating that Chroma is in NO WAY associated with "the low budget cosmetic products" that the Kardashians are conjuring up.
Like Chroma, Infra (2008) has some lurking people that give it an ominous feeling.
GlaxoSmithKline, which has more than 1,000 staff in the North East, said that Oxford-based Chroma will undertake four programmes to identify new drugs for inflammatory disorders including rheumatoid arthritis.
In particular, the pearlescent pigments with high chroma are in high demand.
CHROMA is a free exhibition and runs until October 17.
Miss Hadfield believes that "To achieve these levels of design excellence, the teamwork between Chroma Life, the client and other consultants is imperative.
These light-stable Chroma Glow concentrates from Chroma Colors, McHenry, Ill.
it has signed a full license agreement with Chroma Therapeutics Ltd ("Chroma")
Taking place at the Vittoria Street campus in the Jewellery Quarter, Chroma forms part of the Brilliantly Birmingham festival and celebrates the work of jewellery schools in
Like the current soil-colour charts, those charts consisted of artificially coloured papers (chips) mounted on constant hue cards, showing chroma and lightness variations in horizontal and vertical directions, respectively, as in the Munsell system (Wyszecki and Stiles 1982).