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Possible Answers: RED, ECRU, TAN, TONE, AQUA, DYE, HUE, TINT, SEPIA, BIAS, OCHRE, IVORY, OCHER, STAIN, SHADE, TAUPE, TINGE, BEIGE, INDIGO, MAROON, TINCT, SEAGREEN, SLATEGRAY, ROYALBLUE, JADEGREEN, PALEROSE, CHINESERED.
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Random information on the term “RED”:
Red Creek is a tributary of the Pascagoula River in the U.S. state of Mississippi. The creek derives its name from naturally occurring tannins that give the water a reddish appearance as it flows over the white sand bottom. A portion of Red Creek has been designated a State Scenic Stream by the Mississippi Legislature.
Red Creek originates in Lamar County and flows southeastward through Pearl River, Forrest, Stone, George, and Jackson counties. In Jackson County, Red Creek converges with Black Creek before flowing into the Pascagoula River. Its total length is approximately 80 miles (130 km).
That portion of Red Creek, from Mississippi Highway 26, west of Wiggins, to its convergence with Black Creek, is a public waterway and a designated scenic stream with a 100-ft (30-m) wide, heavily-wooded riparian zone.
Red Creek flows through sections of De Soto National Forest in the southwest corner of Forrest County, the northeast corner of Pearl River County, the eastern edge of Stone County, and the southwest corner of George County. Otherwise, the creek is flanked by private property.
Random information on the term “TAN”:
Tan is a pale tone of brown. The name is derived from tannum (oak bark) used in the tanning of leather.
The first recorded use of tan as a color name in English was in the year 1590.
Colors which are similar or may be considered synonymous to tan include: tawny, tenné, and fulvous.
Displayed at right is the color Sandy tan.
This color was formulated by Crayola in 2000 as a Crayola marker color.
Displayed at right is the orangish tone of tan called tan since 1958 in Crayola crayons and 1990 in Crayola markers.
Displayed at right is the color Windsor tan.
The first recorded use of windsor tan as a color name in English was in 1925.
Displayed at right is the color Tuscan tan.
The first recorded use of Tuscan tan as a color name in English was in 1926.
Random information on the term “AQUA”:
Aqua (from Latin: aqua for water) is a greenish-blue color, a variation of the color cyan. The web color aqua is identical to the web color cyan, also sometimes called electric cyan, one of the three secondary colors of the RGB color model used on computer and television displays. In the HSV color wheel aqua is precisely halfway between green and blue. However, aqua is not the same as the primary subtractive color process cyan used in printing.
The words “aqua” and “cyan” are used interchangeably in computer graphics, and especially web design, to refer to the additive secondary color “cyan”. Both colors are made exactly the same way on a computer screen, by combining green and blue light at equal and full intensity on a black screen. Traditionally, that color, defined as #00FFFF in hex, or (0,255,255) in RGB, is called “cyan”, but X11 color names introduced the alternative name “aqua”. Later, W3C popularized the name by using it in the named color palette of HTML 3.2 specifications.
Random information on the term “DYE”:
The DYE Matrix is an electropneumatic paintball marker manufactured by DYE Precision. The first DYE Matrix, the Matrix LCD, was based on the E Matrix, the rights to which DYE purchased in 2003. Subsequent models featured completely different bodies and milling, though internally, they function essentially the same. The DYE Matrix line is often abbreviated “DMx,” with x being a number corresponding to that year’s model (e.g. the 2007 model is abbreviated DM7, the 2006 model is the DM6, etc.). To date, there have been eleven versions of the DYE Matrix, starting with the Matrix LCD, and the newest version released in 2014, the DM14.
While annual release paintball markers were commonplace for most of the 2000s, the Dye Matrix line is the only paintball gun that continues to release annual revisions. Its biggest competitor, the Planet Eclipse Ego, ended annual releases with the 2011 model.
All Matrixes dating back to the E Matrix have been designed around a balanced spool valve design. Rather than utilize a hammer that strikes a poppet valve, the bolt functions simultaneously as the valve, alternately opening and closing based on air flow from the solenoid. The solenoid is controlled through electronics, activated by a trigger microswitch.
Random information on the term “HUE”:
Huế (Vietnamese: [hwě] ( listen) is a city in central Vietnam that was the seat of Nguyen Dynasty emperors and the national capital from 1802–1945. A major attraction is its vast, 19th-century Citadel, surrounded by a moat and thick stone walls. It encompasses the Imperial City, with palaces and shrines; the Forbidden Purple City, once the emperor’s home; and a replica of the Royal Theater.
Huế originally rose to prominence as the capital of the Nguyễn lords, a feudal dynasty that dominated much of southern Vietnam from the 17th to the 19th century. In 1775 when Trịnh lord Trịnh Sâm captured it, it was known as Phú Xuân.
In 1802, Nguyễn Phúc Ánh (later Emperor Gia Long) succeeded in establishing his control over the whole of Vietnam, thereby making Huế the national capital.
Minh Mạng (r. 1820-40) was the second emperor of the Nguyễn Dynasty, reigning from 14 February 1820 (his 29th birthday) until his death, on 20 January 1841. He was a younger son of Emperor Gia Long, whose eldest son, Crown Prince Cảnh, had died in 1801. Minh was well known for his opposition to French involvement in Vietnam, and for his rigid Confucian orthodoxy.
Random information on the term “BIAS”:
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Random information on the term “INDIGO”:
Sanjeev Dhurandhar is Professor at IUCAA, Pune. His research interest is detection and observation of Gravitational waves. Dhurandhar was part of the Indian team which contributed to the detection of gravitational waves. He is the science advisor to the IndIGO consortium council.