cobalt blue


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cobalt blue

[¦kō‚bȯlt ¦blü]
(chemistry)
A green-blue pigment formed of alumina and cobalt oxide. Also known as cobalt ultramarine; king's blue.
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The new Cobalt Blue color Haley's Corker capitalizes on the hottest color trend for kitchenware this year.
Cobalt Blue and jockey Victor Espinoza were never closer than fourth and faded in the Illinois race as Cowtown Cat pulled away.
The Palazzo incorporates classic Grecian symbols such as acanthus leaves, which extend to the cobalt blue charger plate, serving pieces and coolers.
Upstaged on a coast-to-coast busy afternoon of 3-year-old races by Street Sense's comeback victory in Florida and Curlin's smasher in Arkansas, the lightly raced colt Cobalt Blue won the $250,000 San Felipe Stakes at Santa Anita to give Griffin a contender for the May5 Derby.
In addition, the sweater is available in three colors for adults (deep cobalt blue, regal red and black) and two colors for kids (regal red and deep cobalt blue).
23 5/8 x 19 11/16 [inches]; all his paintings are vertical in format), Marioni, using a large roller, laid down four separate waves of acrylic paint: an indathrone ground, blue-black; a layer of ultramarine, a reddish blue, thin, completely transparent, virtually substanceless; a layer of thalo blue, a green-blue, relatively thick; and finally an extremely thin layer of cobalt blue, an opaque color but at that degree of dilution rendered translucent, almost but not quite a glaze.
The muffin dishes are part of the company's Patisserie collection of bakeware and come in saffron and cobalt blue.
Originator of SKYY Vodka, the leading domestic super-premium vodka in the cobalt blue bottle, Skyy Spirits is a subsidiary of Milan-based Gruppo Campari with exclusive US distribution rights for other leading brands including Campari, Cinzano, Cutty Sark, 1800 tequila and Gran Centenario tequilas, The Glenrothes, Ouzo 12, Matusalem Rums, Martin Miller's Gins, Carolans Irish Cream, Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey, and Irish Mist Liqueur.
The fourth O'Neill possibility is Merv Griffin-owned Cobalt Blue, who'll try to earn a place setting at the barn's Triple Crown training table when he runs in the San Felipe Stakes at Santa Anita in a couple of weeks.
You should see neutrals such as creamy almonds and glossy whites becoming brighter, and darker colors like Chinese red, deep purple and cobalt blue growing richer.