secondary colour


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secondary colour

a colour formed by mixing two primary colours
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Tertiary colours: These colours are a combination of primary and secondary colours. By mixing these colours, you get shades like mint, aqua colours, corals, etc.
Accession UFVJM-57 (group II) was the only one with a secondary colour of foliage with reddish nodes, and the only one that only amplified 10 specific polymorphic bands, which corresponds to 4.8% of the total.
Purple is associated with luxury and creativity, and also serves as an excellent secondary colour. Orange, on the other hand, is a perfect colour for a playroom or spaces used for exercise because it helps generate emotions required during workouts.
A secondary colour correction system has been included to give engineers precise control over matching and developing a distinctive look for a production.
Support for Spirit and Shadow includes scan effects, primary colour corrections and secondary colour corrections controls.
In the elite world of fancy coloured diamonds, green and red are by far the rarest and only a very few diamonds have the true green colour, without any bluish, greyish or yellowish secondary colour.
However, if your business is anything to do with the environment, or the natural world, brown is a far more effective secondary colour than black.
The images at a power of x25, with a field of around 3[degrees] were highly corrected, in fact, I have seen worse secondary colour in a professionally produced 127mm refractor.