Cinnamon Satin 🎨 RGB Color Code: #CD607E
The hexadecimal RGB code of Cinnamon Satin color is #CD607E. This code is composed of a hexadecimal CD red (205/256), a 60 green (96/256) and a 7E blue component (126/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(205,96,126). Closest WebSafe color: Fuzzy Wuzzy (#CC6666)
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12° 12% 54% 19% 60% Cinnabar #E34234 89% 26% 20% 5° 76% 55% 77% 89% Cinnamon Satin #CD607E 80% 38% 49% 343° 52% 59% 53% 80% Citrine #E4D00A 89% 82% 4%
from the 12th century with Aristotle's version of the cinnamon bird How We Visited the Land of Satin from Gargantua and Pantagruel by François Rabelais,
red Chinese violet Chocolate (traditional) Chocolate (web) Cinereous Cinnamon Satin Citrine Citron Claret Cobalt blue Cocoa brown Coconut Coffee Columbia
Aztec Gold Burnished Brown Cerulean Frost Cinnamon Satin #C39953 #A17A74 #6D9BC3 #CD607E Copper Penny Cosmic Cobalt Glossy Grape Granite Gray #AD6F69 #2E2D88
ticking. Despite being the original mutation, the number of Creams and Cinnamons tends to outweigh the number of Goldens, and finding a pure line of Goldens
2010-05-13. "Knights in white satin": "I singoli più venduti del 1976". FIMI. Retrieved 2010-05-13. "Knights in white satin": "I singoli più venduti del
1st commonly called 'Satin Green') The first Clearwinged Green (Yellowinged) appeared, developed by H. Pier in Sydney. 1931 Cinnamon in England, Australia
boobook Cinnamon attila Cinnamon becard Cinnamon bittern Cinnamon bracken warbler Cinnamon flycatcher Cinnamon ground dove Cinnamon hummingbird Cinnamon ibon
either standard, the coat should be very short, fine and glossy, with a satin-like finish. Color is solid and must be uniform over the body, only gradually
choriophylla), Pond Apple (Annona glabra), Limber Caper (Capparis flexuosa), Satin Leaf (Chrysophyllum oliviforme), Paradise Tree (Simarouba glauca), Coral
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