Tertiary Colours are three only, citrine, russet, and olive.
(which is about 800 feet in height) to beneath the Tertiary beds to the north.
There should still be the tertiary larva, of which I see not a trace.
We have seen that it is a state of tertiary formation and very complex.
No trace of the family has yet been detected in even the Tertiary rocks.
The Tertiary period had also its prominent class of existences.
The Tertiary climate of Europe is believed to have been quite mild.
And we have seen the sudden increase of mammalian life in Tertiary times.
They have a cloister, and profess the tertiary order of the Dominicans.
Hence, a tertiary color is made of equal parts of two secondaries.