Definitions for "Colors"
a flag flown by a ship to show its nationality.
The national and regimental or armorial flags carried by dismounted organizations (such as a color guard). Hence, the national color for Army and Marine Corps regiments is the U.S. flag. The term also applies to the national ensign flown aboard a naval vessel.
The national or regimental flags carried by dismounted units, this term is usually used in the plural even for one flag.
a distinguishing emblem; as, his tie proclaimed his school colors.
(1) Colors that distinguish the uniform of a particular hunt. (2) To be awarded colors is to be given the right to wear them. CVH colors include a unique tattersall vest, a dark green felt collar for one's hunt coat, CVH logo buttons and black patent leather boot tops. CVH is one of the only hunts in America where the black patent tops are worn by both men and women members.
racing silks worn by jockeys denoting ownership of the horse.
Keywords:  gang, gizmondo, gps, sean, crips
Gang colors (on shoes, rag, shoelaces, etc...)
an urban warfare game that utilizes the Gizmondo's GPS capabilities to allow players to claim turf for their gang in relation to their real-world location
Colors is a 1988 film starring Sean Penn and Robert Duvall and directed by Dennis Hopper. The story takes place in South Central Los Angeles in 1987, and is about an experienced cop, Bob Hodges (Duvall) and his rookie partner, Danny McGavin (Penn) who try to keep the gang violence between the Bloods and the Crips under control.
In addition to letters, Greek organizations are also identified by their colors. Zeta Nu's colors are navy blue and pure white. The colors of a Greek organization become themselves as readily identifiable with the organization as the letters themselves.
See Blanket. These are vivid colors of Yellow, Pink and/or Blue.
The Superstition: Blue is an unlucky color for an actor to wear the world over, silver being it's only saving relief. Certain shades of yellow, also, are considered unlucky, particularly in a tie, a vest, or a hat. It is believed to be disasterous to allow a yellow clarinet in the orchestra. The Origin: In the early days of theatre, blue was an extremely difficult dye color to create, and therefore was very expensive. Any theatre company spending such extravagant amounts on costumes was sure to close without turning a profit. Unless, of course, they were wearing silver, which was an indicator that the entire company was being funded by a VERY wealthy source; wealthy enough to afford silver adornments. Green and yellow, during the era of the morality plays, were often considered a symbol of the Devil. A devil in disguise might be identified by wearing a green or yellow tie, vest or hat. As for the yellow clarinet ... I'm open to suggestions
Keywords:  song, leitch, donovan, utah, musician
See colours
Colors is a Utah area acoustic pop music group. During its ten year career, Colors became popular in the Utah Latter-Day Saint community. All three members write and sing their own original songs.
Colours is a song by British Folk musician Donovan Leitch
Colors magazine is a multilingual quarterly magazine developed in Italy by Fabrica, Benetton's research center. There are three editions published: French/English, Italian/English, and Spanish/English. Each issue has a theme and covers the topic from an international perspective.
Keywords:  companionway, parts
Parts Companionway Parts
Keywords:  hikaru, utada, january, dvd, versions
"Colors" is Utada Hikaru's 13th single, also the only single in 2003. It was released on January 29, 2003. Utada Hikaru had two versions released, CD and DVD.
3-Bit = 512 colors 4-Bit = 4096 colors 6-Bit = 262K colors 8-Bit = 16M colors
Refers to the number of colors that can be displayed at one time based on the number of bits used to hold a pixel. More is better: 16 bits equals 65,000 colors, whereas 24 bits equals 16.7 million "true colors." Digital video requires at least 16 bits, and 24 bits produce realistic TV-like colors.
Displayable colors ie 16.77 million.
Keywords:  colregs, abbreviations, parts
Parts COLREGS Abbreviations
A player who is sworn to a household and counted at the Imperial Census.
Keywords:  collated, bingo, sheet, book, your
The color of each sheet in your collated bingo book.
vulnerability conditions.
Keywords:  triad, greek, official, pair, represent
The official pair or triad of colors that represent a specific Greek organization.
Keywords:  impart, dyes, pigments, image
The colors of dyes, pigments, etc. that impart color to an image.
Colors is an entertaining educational game designed for children ages 0-
Keywords:  preferred, image, number
preferred number of colors in the image