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Two hundred giant and subgiant stars near K0 were classified twice by somewhat different techniques. The resulting types were in excellent agreement but a comparison of the assigned types with<jats:italic>U, B, V</jats:italic>colors indicated both an intrinsic scatter in the colors for stars of similar spectroscopic appearance and a problem in either the luminosity classifications or the standard colors or both. Several peculiar stars and a luminous supergiant were also detected.
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