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    The color characteristic of light possessing a wavelength between 590 and 610 nanometers, located on the spectrum between red and yellow. Orange is a secondary color produced—in additive color theory—by mixing red and yellow light. Orange is also a secondary color produced in multi-color printing by overprinting dots of magenta and yellow.

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