Wintergreen Dream 🎨 RGB Color Code: #56887D
The hexadecimal RGB code of Wintergreen Dream color is #56887D. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 56 red (86/256), a 88 green (136/256) and a 7D blue component (125/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(86,136,125). Closest WebSafe color: Camouflage green (#669966)
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30% 52% 40% Winter Sky #FF007C 100% 0% 49% 331° 100% 50% 100% 100% Wintergreen Dream #56887D 34% 53% 49% 167° 23% 44% 37% 53% Wisteria #C9A0DC 79% 63%
Shadow Blue Shiny Shamrock #9E5E6F #DA2C43 #778BA5 #5FA778 Steel Teal Sugar Plum Twilight Lavender Wintergreen Dream #5F8A8B #914E75 #8A496B #56887D
burlesque dancer formerly in a relationship with Wintergreen. As her sister overdosed while with Wintergreen, she provides Dick with information on finding
village, an event which sickened him. He was also rescued by SAS member Wintergreen, to whom he would later return the favor. Chosen for a secret experiment
State fossil: Pertica quadrifaria State gemstone: Tourmaline State herb: Wintergreen State insect: European honey bee State mammal: Moose State Crustacean:
in America: Volume II Hal Harrison Television film 1987 Fame Casper Wintergreen Episode: "Ian's Girl" 1987–1989 D.C. Follies The Bartender 19 episodes
Diflunisal Ethenzamide Magnesium salicylate Salicin Salicylamide Salsalate Wintergreen (methyl salicylate) Pyrazolones Aminophenazone‡ Ampyrone Metamizole (dipyrone)
League of Shadows, as well as the characters Talia al Ghul, William Wintergreen, his wife Adeline Kane, and their children. The story included the events
Fire and Ice (1992) Positive Buoyant (1993) Crisis vs. Crisis (1994) Wintergreen (1998) Live and Learn (1995) Eye of the Storm (1996) Bad Religion (1997)
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