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Synonyms for jacinth

a red transparent variety of zircon used as a gemstone

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The third batch of grade 10, with six students, Athira John Kureekkal, Anvithaa Varghese, Benjamin Sheliny Jacinth, Bhavisha Arun Kumar Parek, Jevin Zacharia Mathew and Rohin Baby, achieved 100 per cent marks in their AISSE exams and received their AISSE certificates.
Jacinth Thomas-Val writes the sentence on the blackboard in her classroom at Sacramento City College, then asks her students what s wrong with it.
The pen-and-ink drawings by Jacinth Foote are embellished with a shade of pink and they increase the welcoming tone.
Kitts was just over three minutes long and included a performance by the islandOs Lenbo masquerades as well as an interview with Jacinth Henry-Martin, manager of U.
Helene Meyers (1997) and Jacinth Samuels (1999) analyze the emergence of Queer Studies in the liberal arts in the 1990s in some ways that could be applied to Gender and Sexuality Studies in the 2000s.
To become a great prekindergarten teacher, you need "patience, lots of patience," laughs Jacinth Gurdon, at Poinciana Elementary in Kissimmee, Florida.
To be precise it is spelt isatis tinctoria, but in early printing the letters I, H, J and Y were often applied phonetically, for instance hyacinths were often called jacinth.
We are committed to keeping a Catholic presence in the inner-city in terms of education," said Jacinth Mergler, the program's coordinator for teacher activity.
CHAMPION two-year-old Jacinth (J Gorton), runner-up when odds- on for the 1,000 Guineas, redeems her reputation when blazing home in the Goodwood Mile for trainer Bruce Hobbs.
Flowery descriptions such as amethyst, ruby, cinnerous (ashy), jacinth (pellucid orange), and smalt (deep blue) cropped up frequently.
Kennedy Simmonds' Peoples Action Movement (PAM) lost the only seat it held in the 1995 election - Sandy Point - newcomer Jacinth Henry-Martin of the Labor Party polled 869 votes to defeat Opposition Leader Hugh Heyliger (769 votes).
Sky's attempts to interview WBO supervisor Jacinth Bryan from the Dutch Antilles about Lewis' right to a top ten rating came to nothing.
Lydgate's spelling of the word jacinth was apparently very similar to the Donnei's and identical to that in the Savoirs (so far as can be told from MacCracken's edition).
The Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), Luis Almagro, today designated Ambassador Jacinth Henry-Martin as Chief of the OAS Electoral Observation Mission (EOM) to the November 4, 2015 general elections in Belize.
Aslam of Coniston Avenue, Dalton, Huddersfield; Khalid of Blackmoorfoot Road, Huddersfield; Khan of Calton Street, Huddersfield; Shafi of Park Hill, Huddersfield; and Afzal of Jacinth Court, Huddersfield, all denied murder.