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00CED100CED100CED100CED100CED10206209Dark Turquoise 🎨 RGB Color Code: #00CED1

The hexadecimal RGB code of Dark Turquoise color is #00CED1. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 00 red (0/256), a CE green (206/256) and a D1 blue component (209/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(0,206,209). Closest WebSafe color: Robin egg blue (#00CCCC)
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Turquoise (color)
Turquoise (/ˈtɜːrk(w)ɔɪz/ TUR-k(w)oyz) is a cyan color, based on the mineral of the same name. The word turquoise dates to the 17th century and is derived
X11 color names
Purple 100%/27% 0°   Dark Red, 180°   Dark Cyan, 240°   Dark Blue, 300°   Dark Magenta 100%/41% 181°   Dark Turquoise, 282°   Dark Violet 100%/49% 90°
turquoise takes a good polish. Turquoise may also be peppered with flecks of pyrite or interspersed with dark, spidery limonite veining. Turquoise is
List of colors: A–F
9% 45% 27% 150° 66% 27% 80% 45% X11/Web Dark turquoise #00CED1 0% 81% 82% 181° 100% 41% 100% 82% X11/Web Dark violet #9400D3 58% 0% 83% 282° 100% 41%
List of colors (alphabetical)
Dark slate blue Dark slate gray Dark spring green Dark tan Dark turquoise Dark vanilla Dark violet Dartmouth green Davy's grey Deep cerise Deep champagne
Shades of cyan
the X11 color named turquoise. Turquoise is the name of a greenish blue color, based on the gem of the same name. The word turquoise comes from the French
light-green, green-blue, turquoise blue, turquoise green, turquoise blue-green, deep green, dark green, to deep blue, dark blue and purple, violet and
List of Machin stamps
the value indicator behind the bust. 8d Vermillion 8d Light turquoise blue 6 Jan 1969 9d Dark green 8 Aug 1967 10d Drab 1 Jul 1968 The background of the
Turquoise parrot
The turquoise parrot (Neophema pulchella) is a species of parrot in the genus Neophema native to Eastern Australia, from southeastern Queensland, through
Wheeler Dealers
England since series 9 (2012). Vehicles used prior to series 9 include a dark turquoise Nissan Primera Estate (Series 1), a blue Subaru Legacy Estate (Series

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