tags cloud with white

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2013-11-21

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tags cloud with white.

This vector contains the following main colors: Celeste,White,Onahau,Mountain Mist,Periwinkle
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tag wiki:
ay stand for:Tag, German for dayTechniques d'Avant Garde, an investment company that sponsored WilliamsF1 in the early 1980s and funded the construction of turbocharged Porsche engines to Team McLaren in the mid 1980s.TAG Heuer, a Swiss watchmakerTechnical Architecture Group, a W3C body created to document and build consensus around principles of Web architecture.Tree-adjoining grammar, in computational linguisticsTopological abelian group, in mathematicsTriacylglycerol, in biochemistryTranscendental argument for the existence of God, in Christian apologeticsTennessee, Alabama and Georgia Railway Talented And GiftedTAG, a kind of cardboard.TAG, a brand of bulletin board system (BBS) software See more at Wikipedia.org...

cloud wiki:
>For other uses, see Cloud (disambiguation). A cloud is a visible mass of condensation droplets or ice crystals suspended in the atmosphere above the surface of the Earth or another planetary body.On Earth, the condensing substance is water vapor, which forms small droplets of water (typically 0.01 mm of ice crystals) that, when surrounded with billions of other droplets or crystals, are visible as clouds. Clouds reflect all visible wavelengths of light equally and are usually white, but they can appear grey or even black if they are so thick or dense that sunlight cannot pass through. See more at Wikipedia.org...


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