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Brown refers to colors produced by mixing small intensities of red and green light. It is a darker form of orange and yellow.

An example of a brown color in the RGB color space has intensities [170, 85, 0] on a 0 to 255 scale. On a browser that supports visual formatting in Cascading Style Sheets, the following box should appear in this color:


Brown is a short name for the U.S. Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka 347 US 483 1954, which desegregated public schools in the United States of America. See also Jim Crow.

Brown is also the surname of several famous people:

Short for Brown University, an American Ivy-League university

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