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Trivial Tuesday

Posted by AlienCG on May 5, 2009

Most Crayola color names are taken from the U.S. Commerce Department’s National Bureau of Standards book called “Color: Universal Language and Dictionary of Names.”

Hello again and welcome to another exciting Trivial Tuesday.  Before I begin, I would like to finally reveal the answer to the question from the past two weeks.  The answer is, The American Family, from PBS.  It was originally supposed show four families, but it ended up only showing one.  OK, on to this week’s question, with a favorite theme of mine.

Most of the names for these are taken from the U.S. Commerce Department’s National Bureau of Standards book called “Color: Universal Language and Dictionary of Names.”  What are they? (Please be specific)

There we go.  This will open up my favorite themed week.  Yes, we’ve done it before, but I am bringing it back.  I’ll explain this in better detail in my next post.  Thanks, good luck with this one.

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4 Responses to “Trivial Tuesday”

  1. laura b. said

    Oh, come on people. You can do this one!

  2. churlita said

    I’m assuming it might have to do with language programs? I can’t be specific, because I’m not sure exactly.

  3. The names of the colors of Crayola crayons.

  4. AlienCG said

    First post on this blog (since I moved) and David in DC has come up with the correct answer. Good job, David, thanks for coming back.

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