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    Secondary Color

    In additive color theory, a color created by the combination of (or, in subtractive color theory, the overprinting of) primary colors. See Additive Color Theory and Subtractive Color Theory. In printing, secondary colors are also called overprint colors. Combinations of secondary colors produce tertiary colors.

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