Kelly Green 🎨 RGB Color Code: #4CBB17
The hexadecimal RGB code of Kelly Green color is #4CBB17. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 4C red (76/256), a BB green (187/256) and a 17 blue component (23/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(76,187,23). Closest WebSafe color: Kelly green (#33CC00)
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Kelly Green may refer to: Kelly green, a shade of green Kelly Green (musician) (born 1947), Australian singer Kelly Green (comics), a comics series by
jungle green. The first recorded use of jungle green as a name of a color in the English language was in 1926. Kelly green is an intense, pure green named
The Kelly–Hopkinsville encounter (also known as the Hopkinsville Goblins Case or Kelly Green Men Case) was a claimed close encounter with extraterrestrial
wings on a kelly green helmet. In 1969 the team wore two helmet versions: Kelly green with white wings in road games, and white with kelly green wings at
Oakland, the A's wore a kelly green alternate uniform with "Oakland" in white with gold trim, and was paired with an all-kelly green cap. This set was later
Kelly Green (born Elaine Annette Sherratt, 20 July 1947) is an Australian singer. Born in the United Kingdom, she migrated to Australia in 1956, her singing
traditional kelly green with a darker hunter green. The Jets' current uniforms have been in use since 2019; the colors are now a medium green that the franchise
Catholic majority The shades of green used by Sinn Fein and other Irish nationalist groups "Kelly" green or "shamrock" green, a shade associated with St Patrick's
15, 1987), known professionally as Barbie Blank and by her ring name Kelly Kelly, is an American professional wrestler and model. Blank has a background
even occasionally as "the Big Bay Blues"). By 1950, Green Bay replaced navy blue with kelly green, but kept what was by then a lighter shade of athletic
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