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  • Sears Name: Golden Opportunity
    Number: DD142
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  • Sears Name: Cactus Yellow
    Number: GG141
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  • Sears Name: Jicama
    Number: TY27
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  • Sears Name: Lily Pond
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  • Sears Name: Algerian Beige
    Number: EE092
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  • Sears Name: Icy Lime
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  • Sears Name: Weeping Willow
    Number: DD232
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  • Sears Name: Cherry Red
    Number: CC064
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  • Sears Name: Emerging Rose
    Number: HH102
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  • Sears Name: Fading Fern
    Number: EE183
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  • Sears Name: Millet
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  • Sears Name: Dusty Apricot Lt
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  • Sears Name: Aqua Bay
    Number: GG293
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  • Sears Name: Red Dragon
    Number: TY20
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  • Sears Name: Spring Citron
    Number: CC203
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  • Sears Name: Cotton Mill Green
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  • Sears Name: Florentine Gold
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  • Sears Name: Molten Black
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  • Sears Name: Sea Spray
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  • Sears Name: Space Rocket
    Number: AA334
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  • Sears Name: Pearly White
    Number: HH261
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  • Sears Name: Autumn Wheat Lt
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  • Sears Name: Transvaal Beige
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  • Sears Name: Butterfly Yellow
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  • Sears Name: Cirrus Cloud
    Number: HH311
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  • Sears Name: Autumn Wheat Med
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  • Sears Name: Blue Reign
    Number: GG343
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  • Sears Name: Coprah
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  • Sears Name: Apple Fritter
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  • Sears Name: Spicy Cinnamon
    Number: EE064
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  • Sears Name: Cork
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  • Sears Name: Light Moss
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  • Sears Name: Swiss Chocolate
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  • Sears Name: Royal Blue Mist Lt
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  • Sears Name: Autumn Wheat Dk
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Sears, officially named Sears, Roebuck and Co., is an American chain of department stores which was founded by Richard Warren Sears and Alvah Curtis Roebuck in the late 19th century. Formerly a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, Sears merged with Kmart in early 2005, creating the Sears Holdings Corporation.

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Primary colors are blue, red and yellow. These are pure colors that have no component other than themselves. Secondary colors are orange, green and purple. These are composed of the primary colors on either side of it on the color wheel. i.e. Orange = red

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