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Brown is the color of dark wood or rich soil.<ref>Shorter Oxford English Dictionary; "of a colour produced by mixing red, yellow, and blue, as of dark wood or rich soil"</ref> It is a composite color; in printing or painting, it is made by combining red, black and yellow,<ref>Shorter Oxford English Dictionary, (2002), Oxford University Press.</ref><ref>Webster's New World Dictionary of the American Language: "A combination of red, black and yellow."</ref> or red, yellow and blue.<ref>Oxford English Dictionaries On-LIne: "Of a colour produced by mixing red, yellow, and blue, as of dark wood or rich soil"</ref> In the RGB color model used to make colors on television screens and computer monitors, it is made by combining red and green, in specific proportions. The color is seen widely in nature, in wood, soil, and human hair color, eye color and skin pigmentation. In Europe and the United States, it is the color most often associated with plainness, humility, the rustic, and poverty. It is also, according to public opinion surveys in Europe and the United States, the least favorite color of the public.<ref>Heller, Eva, Psychologie de la couleur' -effets et symboliiques, (2009), p. 212-223.</ref>


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Intro  In nature and culture    Etymology    History and art    Brown in science and nature    Brown in culture    See also    References    Notes and citations    External links   

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