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The hexadecimal RGB code of Skobeloff color is #007474. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 00 red (0/256), a 74 green (116/256) and a 74 blue component (116/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(0,116,116). Closest WebSafe color: Teal green (#006666)
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Skobeloff on Wikipedia

Spring green
Spring green is a color that was traditionally considered to be on the yellow side of green, but in modern computer systems based on the RGB color model
Shades of cyan
English was in 1873. At right is displayed the color Skobeloff green. The first recorded use of Skobeloff green as a color name in English was in 1912. Displayed
Pine green Process Cyan Robin egg blue Sea green                     Skobeloff Sky blue (Crayola) Spring green Teal Tiffany Blue Turquoise Verdigris
List of colors (alphabetical)
Lake blue Silver pink Silver sand Sinopia Sizzling Red Sizzling Sunrise Skobeloff Sky blue Sky blue (Crayola) Sky magenta Slate blue Slate gray Slimy green
List of colors: N–Z
78% 100% Sizzling Sunrise #FFDB00 100% 86% 0% 52° 100% 50% 100% 100% Skobeloff #007474 0% 45% 45% 180° 100% 23% 100% 45% Sky blue #87CEEB 53% 81% 92%
List of colors by shade
Pine green Process Cyan Robin egg blue Sea green                     Skobeloff Sky blue (Crayola) Spring green Teal Tiffany Blue Turquoise Verdigris
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Kingdom ISBN 978-0-9558082-5-8 The Head Gardner, Skobeloff Horror & Ghost Stories Anthology, Skobeloff Publishing, United Kingdom, October 2023 Ask The
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1002/14651858.cd010909.pub2, PMC 10892514, PMID 24865567, retrieved 2024-03-11 SKOBELOFF, EMIL M.; SPIVEY, WILLIAM H.; McNAMARA, ROBERT M.; GREENSPAN, LEE (June
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