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A colour process for motion pictures, developed and used in the twentieth century and known for its hyper-realistic, saturated levels of colour.
Extremely or excessively colourful.
(physics) Describing something in a technicolor model, a model that is similar to the Standard model but lacks a scalar Higgs field.
A trademark, perhaps from technique or technical and color.
Instead of reading words on a page and trying to imagine a concept, we can see it, as the old expression goes, in Technicolor.
Some classic film enthusiasts greatly dislike the use of Technicolor, but some love it.
Though many of the older films have been digitally remastered, Turner has opted out of adding Technicolor to any film that was originally shot in black and white.
If you aren't into watching black and white films, many of the older films have been converted to Technicolor.
No Boundaries also offers a wedge-type sandal in slightly wilder color combinations like leopard print and technicolor polka dots, but the price is still right for under $10.
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