Peach Puff 🎨 RGB Color Code: #FFDAB9
The hexadecimal RGB code of Peach Puff color is #FFDAB9. This code is composed of a hexadecimal FF red (255/256), a DA green (218/256) and a B9 blue component (185/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(255,218,185). Closest WebSafe color: Bubble gum (#FFCCCC)
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of the peach fruit was from China. Displayed at right is the web color peach puff. Displayed at right is the deep tone of peach called peach in Crayola
60% 65% 49% 86% Papaya Whip #FFEFD5 100% 94% 84% 37° 100% 92% 16% 100% Peach Puff #FFDAB9 100% 85% 73% 28° 100% 86% 27% 100% Peru #CD853F 80% 52% 25% 30°
Pastel red Pastel violet Pastel yellow Patriarch Payne's grey Peach Peach (Crayola) Peach puff Pear Pearl Pearl Aqua Pearly purple Peridot Periwinkle Periwinkle
18% 40% 31% 47% Peach #FFE5B4 100% 90% 71% 39° 100% 85% 29% 100% Peach (Crayola) #FFCBA4 100% 80% 64% 26° 100% 82% 36% 100% Peach puff #FFDAB9 100% 85%
A curry puff (Malay: Karipap, Epok-epok; Chinese: 咖哩角,咖哩饺，咖喱泡; pinyin: gālí jiǎo; Thai: กะหรี่ปั๊บ, RTGS: karipap, pronounced [kā.rìː.páp]) is a snack
2010: Red Berry and Coconut. In 2011, the company added a Peach flavor. In May 2013, Cîroc and Puff Daddy announced that a new flavor would be released called
deal with Umaibo ("delicious stick" in Japanese), a Japanese brand of corn puff snacks, in which the game's playable characters appeared on the brand's product
B7 6B 189 183 107 Gold FF D7 00 255 215 0 Khaki F0 E6 8C 240 230 140 PeachPuff FF DA B9 255 218 185 Yellow FF FF 00 255 255 0 PaleGoldenrod EE E8 AA
toy dog, Peach, are busy working on Chemical X, a powerful chemical substance in Tokyo City (New Townsville in the English dub), when Peach accidentally
Performance by a Duo or Group, for featuring on the single by label boss Puff Daddy, "I'll Be Missing You" (alongside Faith Evans). The group had its start
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