Kenyan Copper 🎨 RGB Color Code: #7C1C05
The hexadecimal RGB code of Kenyan Copper color is #7C1C05. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 7C red (124/256), a 1C green (28/256) and a 05 blue component (5/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(124,28,5). Closest WebSafe color: Chocolate (#663300)
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Kenyan Copper on Wikipedia
in Kenyan athletics circles, with the defection of a number of Kenyan athletes to represent other countries, chiefly Bahrain and Qatar. The Kenyan Ministry
Copper is one of the world's most important industrial minerals, and Africa is an important world producer. While output is traditionally dominated by
west to South Sudan and Kenya in the east, and southwards to Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. The adult male copper sunbird is about 12.5 cm
Copper mining in the Democratic Republic of the Congo mainly takes place in the Copper Belt of the southern Katanga Province of the Democratic Republic
archaeology, the "Chalcolithic", "Eneolithic", or "Copper Age" refers to a transitional period where early copper metallurgy appeared alongside the widespread
-/50 and 1/=, with the -/5 struck in bronze, the -/10 in nickel-brass (copper-nickel-zinc) and the -/50 and 1/= in cupro-nickel. Cupro-nickel 5/= coins
developed techniques and technologies for working copper alloys (bronze: originally copper and arsenic, later copper and tin) into tools, supplanting stone in
Zambia's economic performance has stalled in recent years due to declining copper prices, significant fiscal deficits, and energy shortages. Zambia is currently
in Zambia covers production of multiple mineral raw materials, including copper, cobalt, gold, nickel, manganese, emeralds, beryllium, myriad gemstones
occasion retaliated by blocking all Kenyan made goods from Zambia. At one time Zambia refused to allow palm oil from Kenya citing that the goods didn't meet
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