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    "BEYOND THE COLORS" OR "BEYOND COLORS"

    Hello. I am working on a project and I would like to give it the name "BEYOND THE COLORS". But I have also seen "BEYOND COLORS" therefore without "THE". I find the second form shorter and easier for the people, mostly Brazilian. So, I would like to use this second form. My question is: Could I use both terms interchangeably without a risk? Here, I am trying to say more or less that "COLORS" are not everything and there are more things that are more important in life, than colors...
    By the way, anyone can see my project on http://costany.wix.com/beyond-the-colors
    It is important to me to have the right name. Thank you in advance...

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    Re: "BEYOND THE COLORS" OR "BEYOND COLORS"

    Both are possible. I'd go for the snappier 'Beyond Colors'.

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    Re: "BEYOND THE COLORS" OR "BEYOND COLORS"

    I would shorten it even further to "Beyond Color". The singular can be used as a collective noun.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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