Inchworm 🎨 RGB Color Code: #B2EC5D
The hexadecimal RGB code of Inchworm color is #B2EC5D. This code is composed of a hexadecimal B2 red (178/256), a EC green (236/256) and a 5D blue component (93/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(178,236,93). Closest WebSafe color: Inchworm (#CCFF66)
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and metron μέτρον "measure" in reference to the way their larvae, or "inchworms", appear to "measure the earth" as they move along in a looping fashion
inchworm is the caterpillar of a Geometer moth. Inchworm may also refer to: "Inchworm" (song), a song from the film Hans Christian Andersen Inchworm (toy)
"Inchworm", also known as "The Inch Worm", is a song originally performed by Danny Kaye in the 1952 film Hans Christian Andersen. It was written by Frank
The Inchworm was a ride-on toy for children produced by the Hasbro Corporation, first introduced in the early 1970s. Inchworm was designed by Joseph M
The inchworm motor is a device that uses piezoelectric actuators to move a shaft with nanometer precision. In its simplest form, the inchworm motor uses
Munsell line. Middle Green Yellow 1926–1944 Part of the Munsell line. Inchworm #AFE313 2003–present no no no Light Chrome Green 1903–1935 "Chrome Green
depending on their mechanism. Examples of types piezoelectric motors include inchworm motors, stepper and slip-stick motors as well as ultrasonic motors which
A grapple fixture was added to Zarya on STS-134 to enable Canadarm2 to inchworm itself onto the Russian Orbital Segment. Also installed during STS-134
cate, cat (from Latin cattus) + pelose, hairy (from Latin pilōsus). The inchworm, or looper caterpillars from the family Geometridae are so named because
(2x7") on Tree Records, a song on the Food Not Bombs compilation LP on Inchworm Records, and a song on the Ghost Dance compilation (2x7") on Slave Cut
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