Tangerine (color)


Tangerine (color)

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Tangerine is a shade of orange that resembles the tangerine fruit.

Tangerine is also the football colors of Blackpool F.C. and Dundee United F.C.

There is also a version of yellow sometimes called "tangerine-yellow" that is close to the color "school bus yellow".

ee also

* List of colors

External links

* [http://tx4.us/mr/mrff6.htm Color chart]


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