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 How to Prime Walls That Have Dark Colors?

Answer Painting a room a new color can be a time-consuming process. In an effort to save time, many people skip the suggested step of priming walls before repainting them. While skipping this step likely ... Read More »
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How to Repair Drywall Spots Then Spot Prime or Prime an Entire Wall?

Repairing damaged drywall spots will take a bit of time and effort. Once you complete the repair, you will have bare drywall attached to the wall. This means, you need to prime and paint the wall t... Read More »
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What is more efficient, having one prime mover in a locomotive, or multiple prime movers?

That depends on the usage of the locomotive.If the locomotive is used almost exclusively at higher load levels with seldom idling, then a single large prime mover is more efficient, as each prime m... Read More »
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How many colors can a human perceive Example A Nikon D50 - 36bit RGB can see 68719476735 discreet colors?

A human eye can distinguish about 10 million different colors.
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When did crayola first retire colors from their product line&which colors were retired?

Crayola retired crayon colors for the first time in 1990. The eight colors retired were green blue, orange red, orange yellow, violet blue, maize, lemon yellow, blue gray and raw umber.Source:Crayo... Read More »
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