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CD5700CD5700CD5700CD5700CD5700205870Tenne 🎨 RGB Color Code: #CD5700

The hexadecimal RGB code of Tenne color is #CD5700. This code is composed of a hexadecimal CD red (205/256), a 57 green (87/256) and a 00 blue component (0/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(205,87,0). Closest WebSafe color: Tenné (Tawny) (#CC6600)
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In heraldry, tenné (/ˈtɛni/; sometimes termed tenny or tawny) is a "stain", or non-standard tincture, of orange (in English blazonry), light brown (in
Sidon Tennes (Ancient Greek: Τέννης; Tabnit II in the Phoenician language) was a King of Sidon under the Achaemenid Empire, who ruled the Phoenician city-state
Babis Tennes
Babis Tennes (Greek: Μπάμπης Τεννές; born 17 November 1953) is a Greek professional football manager. Tennes began his professional coaching career with
TenneT is a transmission system operator in the Netherlands and in a large part of Germany. TenneT B.V. is the national electricity transmission system
Reshef Tenne
Reshef Tenne (Hebrew: born רשף טנא; 1944) is an Israeli scientist. Born in Kibbutz Usha, Tenne received his BSc in Chemistry and Physics from Hebrew University
Tawny (color)
Tawny (also called tenné) is a light brown to brownish-orange color. Look up tawny in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. The word means "tan-colored", from
Turkmenistani manat
[failed verification] The manat is subdivided into 100 tenge (Turkmen: teňňe). Due to heavy inflation a new manat was introduced on 1 January 2009 at
Rock carvings at Tennes
Rock carvings at Tennes (Helleristning i Tennes) in Balsfjord Municipality in Troms county, Norway comprise figures of prehistoric rock art (bergkunst)
In Greek mythology, Tenes or Tennes (Ancient Greek: Τέννης) was the eponymous hero of the island of Tenedos. Tenes was the son either of Apollo or of King
KEMA Toren
used for public radio and TV broadcasting. It is also known as TenneT Toren, after TenneT, the present owner of the tower. List of towers KEMA Tower at

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