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/kray-oh'l*/ A super-minicomputer or super-microcomputer that provides some reasonable percentage of supercomputer performance for an unreasonably low price. A crayola might also be a killer micro.
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Contract Awarded for Supply of Markers, water color, conical tip 8-color set, Crayola 7708 Art and craft material requirement must be met
The first box of Crayola crayons had eight colors: black, brown, blue, red, purple, orange, yellow, and green in 1903.
A profile page was even set up for Bluetiful, to which Crayola gave the nickname 'Bea.
Schools across the country are joining with Crayola to help kids understand they can make a difference in protecting the environment in an effort called ColorCycle.
Crayola, the major purveyor of art supplies and creators of the popular crayons, has announced that it will participate in a little spring cleaning, and the company will be retiring one of its crayon colors.
fa m i ly Crayola Bus Crayola is taking to the road to celebrate ''100 Years of Colour''.
com)-- Floridays Resort, Named "The Number #1 Family Friendly Hotel in the USA and #5 in the World" by Tripadvisor, is pleased to announce new partnerships with acclaimed children's theme park, Legoland and local area family attraction, The Crayola Experience.
Crayola have been quick to design colouring tools you can use with your Apple or Android tablet, I've got the DigiTools Effects Pack.
Crayola is more than just crayons--it's also magic markers and light kits that bring the creations of young imaginations to life.
On September 24, the Department's Student Art Exhibit Team and Crayola will hold the third annual "Champion Creatively Alive Children" event.
It's the Crayola company that makes coloring crayons for kids.
SUNSTAR AMERICAS HAS LAUNCHED GUM CRAYOLA SQUEEZE-A-COLOR TOOTHPASTE, the latest addition to its portfolio of children's oral hygiene products.