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- proper n. A mnemonic for the color sequence of the visible spectrum: Red Orange Yellow Green Blue Indigo Violet.
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"Roy G. Biv," known to science students trying to memorize facts for a test on weather.
All we could come up with was the would-be thief wanted to make a rainbow room and was coming up an indigo and a violet short of Roy G. Biv.
Here Comes Science that is geared towards kids and teaching about things like the periodic table and Roy G. Biv, a mnemonic device for colors in the visible spectrum.
I tried to follow the rainbow spectrum (Roy G. Biv) in lining up the earrings.
There was a pretty amazing rainbow, one where you could actually shake hands with Roy G. Biv.
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