standardized colors

Curtis Clark jcclark at CSUPOMONA.EDU
Sat Jul 26 13:10:24 CDT 1997

At 09:40 AM 7/26/97 -0700, Joseph E. Laferriere wrote:
> 1) We
>write our labels in Spanish, all of my assistants being monolingual in the
>language (except one who is bilingual in Spanish and Nahuatl);=20

I am completely puzzled by this. I have used the RHS chart, and, while I
agree that "Royal Horticultural Society" is English, a color chip, chosen
by eye, might have a designation such as "190 D". Although I have never
looked closely at a typewriter in M=E9xico, I have to assume that they have
all ten numerals, and upper-case letters. I would expect that anyone who
could type "Datura wrightii" or "20 de Julio de 1997" could type "190 D".
Or am I missing something here?

Curtis Clark             
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