Cedar Chest 🎨 RGB Color Code: #C95A49
The hexadecimal RGB code of Cedar Chest color is #C95A49. This code is composed of a hexadecimal C9 red (201/256), a 5A green (90/256) and a 49 blue component (73/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(201,90,73). Closest WebSafe color: Ruddy brown (#CC6633)
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A hope chest, also called dowry chest, cedar chest, trousseau chest, or glory box is a piece of furniture traditionally used by unmarried young women to
western North America. Cedar wood and cedarwood oil are natural repellents to moths, hence cedar is a popular lining for cedar chests and closets in which
kill it, they could not find it. (Compare the infancy of Perseus.) The cedar chest of Cypselus, richly worked with mythological narratives and adorned with
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There is also a chest made of cedar [the chest of Kypselos], with figures on it, some of ivory, some of gold, others carved out of the cedar-wood itself
pants returned from a dry cleaner and from clothes stored away in a cedar chest." According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, "radioactive
each member has spoken. It is included in the so-called Ark, which is a cedar chest containing collection of papers with some handwritten notes from the
国务院经贸办、卫生部关于停止生产和销售萘丸提倡使用樟脑制品的通知（国经贸调（1993）64号） Back, E.A.; Rabak, F. (1923). Red Cedar Chests as Protectors Against Moth Damage. Bulletin of the U.S. Department of
the Standard Red Cedar Chest Company, with John Lane as president and Ed Lane as vice president and general manager. From cedar chests, Lane expanded to
Cedar Anthony Walton Jr. (January 17, 1934 – August 19, 2013) was an American hard bop jazz pianist. He came to prominence as a member of drummer Art
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