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Inclusivity in color naming

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    lfmorrison

    This is pure conjecture on my part, but is it possible that they were referring to an industry standard color naming system, such as Pantone, when they selected their color names?

    In the case of the Pantone system, "beige" (color 14-1118) is a noticeably different shade than "nude" (color 12-0911).

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