Shiny Shamrock 🎨 RGB Color Code: #5FA778
The hexadecimal RGB code of Shiny Shamrock color is #5FA778. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 5F red (95/256), a A7 green (167/256) and a 78 blue component (120/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(95,167,120). Closest WebSafe color: Camouflage green (#669966)
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Selective yellow Sepia Shadow Shadow blue Shampoo Shamrock green Shandy Sheen green Shimmering Blush Shiny shamrock Shocking pink Shocking pink (Crayola) Sienna
Silver #B768A2 #8BA8B7 #5DA493 #A6A6A6 Rose Dust Rusty Red Shadow Blue Shiny Shamrock #9E5E6F #DA2C43 #778BA5 #5FA778 Steel Teal Sugar Plum Twilight Lavender
100% 83% Shimmering Blush #D98695 85% 53% 58% 349° 52% 69% 38% 85% Shiny Shamrock #5FA778 37% 65% 47% 141° 29% 51% 43% 66% Shocking pink #FC0FC0 99% 6%
— the English rose, the leek for Wales, the Scottish thistle, and the shamrock for Northern Ireland, also two or three oak leaves — emerging from a single
often associated with St. Patrick's Day along with the color green and shamrocks. The Disney film Darby O'Gill and the Little People (1959)—based
"ROCKSTEADY" 2002 — "Everybody Hurts" R.E.M. 1992 E Standard R.E.M. 5-Song Pack "Shiny Happy People" 1991 "The One I Love" 1987 "What's the Frequency, Kenneth
photographs that the duo took are exhibited. Featured videos R.E.M. – "Shiny Happy People" Rick Dees – "Get Nekked" Dandelion – "Under My Skin" Entombed
coronation ceremony. On him was bestowed a crown that a witness described as "a shiny metal ring with a cluster of glass stars in the front", a royal red robe
Segal October 13, 1984 (1984-10-13) 421b Vanity uses a spellbook and gets a shiny new nose which he finds dissatisfying. 109b 15b "The Smurfbox Derby" Story
Palace of Westminster and include symbols like the Irish harp and the shamrock. The saints' mosaics were planned from 1847, but Robert Anning Bell's design
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