Zaffre 🎨 RGB Color Code: #0014A8
The hexadecimal RGB code of Zaffre color is #0014A8. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 00 red (0/256), a 14 green (20/256) and a A8 blue component (168/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(0,20,168). Closest WebSafe color: Duke blue (#000099)
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Zaffre (also spelt Zaffer), a prescientific, or alchemical substance, is a deep blue pigment obtained by roasting cobalt ore, and is made of either an
John Blake Publishing, Embla, Templar Publishing and Piccadilly Press, Zaffre and Studio Press. In 2015, Bonnier UK acquired commercial fiction publisher
book was first published in the United Kingdom on 10 March 2016 through Zaffre Publishing and was released in the United States on 19 April of the same
Cloudburst and Thunderbolt. In 2017 Smith left Harper Collins to join Bonnier Zaffre, which gave them language rights to eight new books, together with the English
Hour (Bonnier Zaffre, 2018) The Lost Ten (Bonnier Zaffre, 2019) The Return (Bonnier Zaffre, 2020) ``The Burning Road`` (Bonnier Zaffre, 2021) Ancient
The Beekeeper of Aleppo Author Christy Lefteri Publisher Zaffre Pages 378 ISBN 978-1-78576-893-4 Website https://www.beekeeperofaleppo.com
Diary: Have the Best Year of Your Life! through Faber and Faber. Bonnier Zaffre acquired rights to two novels in 2016. The first, Wilde Like Me, was published
Clouds announced the release of a new song, "Mabel's Bookshop" from an EP Zaffre to be released in February, their first new music in 20 years. They also
100% 50% 100% 100% YInMn Blue #2E5090 18% 31% 56% 219° 52% 37% 68% 56% Zaffre #0014A8 0% 8% 66% 233° 100% 33% 100% 66% Zomp #39A78E 22% 65% 56% 166° 49%
Rock Band of the 20th Century: Revised and with Added Material. Bonnier Zaffre. Kent, David (1993). Australian Chart Book 1970–1992 (illustrated ed.).
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