Coloring serving as natural camouflage.
Resembling the color of flesh or skin.
decolorate (verb), decolorates; decolorated; decolorating
Of many different colors.
A proprietary name for various processes of colour cinematography, especially those employing dye transfer and separation negatives.
The red, white, and blue flag of France, representing the white of the Bourbons, and the blue and red of the city of Paris; adopted by Louis XVI at the Hotel de Ville, July 17, 1789, as the national symbol of the country.
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