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Information about colors
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Published on July 8, 2010

Author: M_U_S_A

Source: authorstream.com

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COLORS : COLORS RED : RED BLUE : BLUE YELLOW : YELLOW PINK : PINK WHITE : WHITE BLACK : BLACK GRAY : GRAY GREEN : GREEN BROWN : BROWN ORANGE : ORANGE SKY BLUE : SKY BLUE LILAC : LILAC PURPLE : PURPLE

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