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  Orange (colour)
Orange is the national colour of The Netherlands, due to its royal family originating from the principality of Orange-Nassau.
Orange was the rallying colour of the 2004-2005 Orange Revolution in Ukraine.
Orange is the colour of the second equipation of Valencia CF (Spain).
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 Orange NSW Central Tablelands, Central West NSW Australia.  Australia's 'Colour City'
Orange in the NSW Central Tablelands is 'The Hub' of the Central West and in the middle of just about anything you might like to do.
Orange is central to Bathurst, Forbes, Parkes, Dubbo, Cowra and the Blue Mountains - Katoomba, Blackheath, Lithgow.
Orange is 'For Families' with loads of  family activities, attractions and sights no matter when you visit.
www.orange-nsw.com   (519 words)

  orange - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Orange may refer to: * Orange (colour), pure chroma in the colour theory * Orange (fruit), the citrus tree Citrus sinensis and its fruit * Orange (word), noun and an adjective in the English language...
The colour orange occurs between red and yellow in the visible spectrum at a wavelength of about 585–620 nanometres.
It is a pure chroma in the colour theory, with a hue of 30° in HSV colour space...
encarta.msn.com /encnet/refpages/search.aspx?q=orange   (311 words)

  Colour - LoveToKnow 1911
All the visible pure colours, as thus defined, are to be found in the spectrum, and there is an infinite number of them, corresponding to all the possible variations of wave-length within the limits of the visible spectrum (see Spectroscopy).
Coloured transparent objects vary in shade and hue according to their size; thus, a conical glass filled with a red liquid commonly appears yellow at the bottom, varying through orange up to red at the upper part.
The blue colour of the sky has been explained by Lord Rayleigh as due to the scattering of light by small suspended particles and air molecules, which is most effective in the case of the shorter waves (blue).
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Colour   (2112 words)

  Orange (colour) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Orange is the colour of the second equipation of Valencia CF (Spain).
Orange is the primary colour of the Adanaspor SK of Turkey.
Orange is the colour of Blackpool FC in England
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Orange_(colour)   (742 words)

 Orange - the colour orange
Orange is the colour of creativity and we should give ourselves the space to have creative time just for us.
It is interesting that orange is the colour which is the least popular and the associated issues of orange and the sacral chakra seem to be an area which people find the most difficulty working on.
Orange is the colour of fun and sociability and can be used in any activity area and creative areas.
www.colourtherapyhealing.com /colour/orange.php   (279 words)

 How Does Colour Therapy Work?
Each colour has its properties and so different colours can achieve different effects on the same area of the body, but the same colour can also have different effects on different areas of the body as well.
Colours are a very powerful treatment medium especially if used directly in the form of coloured light, and as such they can have very powerful results if used in the appropriate way.
So in conclusion it can be said that colour therapy is a very ancient art of healing which affects the body in various ways, both physically and energetically, by means of a range of different vibrations all of whose ultimate activator is light.
www.lightandcolour.net /colour/how.html   (1974 words)

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The colour orange occurs between red and yellow in the visible spectrum at a wavelength of about 620-585 nanometres.
Since "orange" refers to a species of plant, anyone could hypothetically coin a new rhyme by creating a new hybrid with an orange and another species of citrus fruit and naming it (for example, a hybrid of a kumquat and an orange could be called a "korange").
Brown is actually on the orange part of the color spectrum.
wikiwhat.com /encyclopedia/o/or/orange__colour_.html   (217 words)

 orange - Wiktionary
The fruit of an orange tree; a citrus fruit with a slightly sour flavour.
The colour of a ripe orange (the fruit); a reddish-yellow.
Having the colour of the fruit of an orange tree; reddish-yellow.
en.wiktionary.org /wiki/orange   (260 words)

 theory of colour: Orange is Tertiary
There are also quaternary colours shown, they are a mixture of a tertiary colour and either the primary or secondary colour closest to that tertiary colour in the colour wheel.
Colours are not pale or dark as such, colours are just colours.
A colour mix, as previously discussed, may also be thought of as a mutual pollution of each of the colours in the mix.
www.abelard.org /colour/col-hi.htm   (2215 words)

 Colour Energy, Color Healing. Constructive Joy - Orange
Orange is the best stimulant and help in times of depression, loneliness, and boredom - on the whole it is the best emotional stimulant.
Orange colour in a room will give physical energy from the active vibrations of the red and intellectual vibrations from the yellow.
Orange is also fine in a room where you wish to gather family and friends, and in a room where you want to read and study.
www.transitionaljourneys.com /colourenergy/constructive_joy_orange.htm   (734 words)

Orange, violet and green colours can be d e r i v e d from appropriate mixing of red, yellow and blue colours.
Red and orange colours (but also colours which are in their close vicinity in the circle of colours) are ranked as warm colours.
Every colour has many tints and that is why a stronger tint of blue will contrast differently with a weak tint of orange than a stronger one.
library.thinkquest.org /20868/ang/moe/brwa.htm   (1524 words)

 Computer Arts - Brand new colour
The colour and the shape are an embodiment of that promise.
Colour scientists, such as Johan Lammens at HP tell us that it's not the ability to print gentler tones that has prevented their adoption by brands (this has been possible for some time) but rather the fact that primary-type colours just have the strongest impact on the audience.
Colour is one of our chief methods of differentiation, but you can't help but feel it's being under-used in the mad scramble to put everything on red, or vice versa.
www.computerarts.co.uk /in_depth/features/brand_new_colour?SQ_DESIGN_NAME=print   (2481 words)

 Mandarin Garnet
As far as their colour and their brilliance went they were very similar to the mandarin garnets from Namibia, even if the experienced specialist was able to discern some subtle differences.
First, of course, there is its colour, that radiant orange, sometimes with slight brown undertones, in the whole range of hues from ripe peach to deep reddish-orange.
Yellow and red, the colours from which orange is made, are not opposites in Asia, but are instead related.
www.gemstone.org /gem-by-gem/english/mandarin.html   (1126 words)

 Colour Harmonics - Understanding and Healing with Colour color
Orange is a colour which draws its qualities from the colours which surround it in the light spectrum.
True orange is another of those colours that we wear only occasionally, and generally during the summer months (maybe as a natural response to its fire associations during the warmer season).
This is not a colour to wear when you want to impress your viewer with your efficiency, good nature and reliability, so don't wear it at job interviews (save in little splashes) in case the person who is interviewing you is adverse to the colour.
www.angelpaths.com /chf/8orange.htm   (2288 words)

 Colour Psychology and Use in e-Book Cover Design
Colour selection is a very important element that effects people emotionally and mentally on the subconscious level.
Vibrant and warm orange tones are found in special places in nature: The colour of warmth and Autumn, salmon in the waters of the ocean, tangerines, coral, oranges, and pumpkins.
Orange is the colour most associated with appetite and has been known to stimulate the appetite.
www.netwrite-publish.com /writing/colour2.htm   (2588 words)

 Colour and Health Environment   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The colour of the sky, the sea and the rainbow are due to the physical effects of scattering, refraction and dispersion of light.
Colour is added to food to improve the appearance, delight the on-looker and deceive the senses.
Man has even associated his feelings with colour: browned off (fed up), red with anger, green with envy, yellow livered, pink with pride, pink of health, etc. Viewing brilliantly coloured objects for a prolonged period on TV or the computer screen causes considerable stress due to what is known as visual pollution.
cpreec.org /04_articles/colour_health/colour_health.html   (1061 words)

 Colour - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
All rights to colour (except 37 Beige Pantones discouvered and owned by Cecil and Barbra Streisand) were acquired by Microsoft from Panasonic in 1997; licensing agreements for all uses of colour are expected to be in place by 2015.
Colour is often spelled incorrectly as color by speakers in the US-Group English Subdialect, an English variant commonly used in the United Spades of Amerika and very few other third-world English-speaking regions.
Colour was invented by noted British inventor Sir Humphry Davy, who was also a pioneer in the early development of Miners Lamps.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Colour   (1077 words)

 Orange Varieties
This colour is the result of the pigment called anthocarpium, not usually found in citrus, but is common in other red fruits and flowers.
The Roble is a light orange in colour, of medium size, has ten to twelve segments, and has a brilliant orange, very juicy pulp.
In a cross-section, the Argentine orange resembles a grapefruit.
www.innvista.com /health/foods/fruits/oranvar.htm   (2644 words)

 Colour Theory - Hair Science - HairCrazy.info
Colours are made up of one or more of the three primary colours red, yellow and blue with different amounts of each colour creating the resulting shade.
The colour between red and yellow is orange and the colour between yellow and blue is green.
To avoid an unwanted muddy tinges where the colours crossed, their common colour blue was used in between the green and purple.
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 Easy Garden Rainbows - Orange
Orange can be used in the garden to bring a touch of heat to a particular area, or play off the changing colours of autumn.
Additionally, orange is a colour that naturally attracts butterflies, hummingbirds and pollinating insects.
While a shopper may not have been caught dead in a bright orange mini t-shirt, their eyes were exposed to colours and thus primed for the acceptance of them.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/701/6932   (552 words)

 Orange Cloud Glass
Orange is the second rarest colour of Cloud Glass made by Davidson.
Again the base colour is a pale orange, but now the trails are a deeper orange and completely different from the previous example.
Typically a particular colour would be made over a period of one or two days followed by a gap of a few days or even a few weeks.
www.cloudglass.com /orange.htm   (1299 words)

 Logo Design Color Psychology - Logo Design by Logo Design Team - Custom Logo Design and Graphic Design Services
Colour is a big part of effective logo design.
If you overlook the colour choices in your logo, you might be "turning off" possible customers instead of attracting new buyers.
The wise use of colour psychology is a perfect example of how the talents and knowledge of a professional logo design specialist can make a lot of difference.
www.logodesignteam.com /logo-design-color-psychology.html   (585 words)

 Orange   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Oranges, grapefruit, tangerines - all these sweet citrus fruits whose colours have the extraordinary effects on gardeners.
I always leave the orange flowers on my purple-leaved Cannas, though I was surprised at the fierceness of their colour that first summer, and felt temporarily some empathy with the bloom-cutters.
My appreciation of the colour orange took off when my clumps of daylilies decided to really show their stuff.
www.mooseyscountrygarden.com /gardening-articles/orange.html   (369 words)

 M/C Journal: "Colour™"
Most problematic about the ‘brand’ colour scan is that it runs counter to the very nature of colour, which bursts free of constraints with its infinite potential to signify.
Ironically, colour is equally used to promise a respite for consumers overwhelmed by a complex environment.
Although Orange began court action against easyMobile over the colour orange on February 18, 2005, the legal ‘solution’ to this infringement is unclear.
journal.media-culture.org.au /0508/06-elliott.php   (1654 words)

 Colour Therapy
Colours act like gems; they increase the aura of the astral body.This is the ambit of pure colour, and is suitable for subtle or spiritual healing.
Colour therapy is a technique of restoring imbalances in the body by applying coloured light to the body.
Colour as pure vibration is the rational therapy for maintaining health and overcoming disease (as a complementary or alternative treatment to more traditional allopathic medicines or drug treatments) because it presents itself for the body's use in the right form (or food) in the right place and at the right time.
www.indiaids.org /alt_ther/colour.asp   (3561 words)

 HomeEnvy - The spirited colour of orange
Soothing, earthy orange reds enjoyed feverish popularity at the beginning of the 19th century as a result of the discovery of the wall paintings at Pompeii.
Mellowed with yellow, shades of pale orange were favoured in the design schemes and fabrics of Art Nouveau and Art Deco as well as 1960s interiors.
Fiery shades of orange are balanced with complimentary blues, evoking the primitive opposites of fire and water in the post impressionist tropical landscape paintings of Paul Gauguin.
www.homeenvy.com /db/3/173.html   (458 words)

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