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Synonyms for chalcedony

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Hart, the mother of two-year-old daughter Liane, enjoyed a far less predictable success with 33-1 shot Venika Vitesse in the maiden, but Tim Sprake was in the saddle to cajole Chalcedony in the finale, the 10-furlong handicap.
LINGFIELD: 1.45 Krystal Max (nap), 3.45 Chalcedony.
Here too the most astonishing price was found for a fairly minute objet, an Egyptian amulet of blue chalcedony, 3.8cm wide, in the form of a solar disc flanked by outward-facing cobras, an emblem of the sun god Ra.
Under the thin section, quartz and dolomite were found in trace amount in the form of fine-grains while chalcedony, crystobalite and other deleterious minerals were not observed.
Historically, Sana'a had a mining industry, the hills around Sana'a were mined for onyx, chalcedony, the city was also known for its metalwork.
Since ages bangles are a basic part of Wedding ceremonies, adding, the bangles made from gold, copper, silver, shell, agate, bronze, chalcedony, etc have also indicates that women love decorating their arms and wrists with ornaments since a long time, said another shopkeeper.
The semiprecious stones are a type of chalcedony and develop when empty cavities, holes, pockets, or cracks inside rocks fill in little by little over time.
In addition, the new "Yo Yo" collection of fashionable black chalcedony embraces subtle unisex design.
Most commonly used hardstones were agate, quartzes, chalcedony, jasper, granite, porphyry and petrified woods, giving the craftsman artist all the colours and shading needed to achieve the same realism as with brush and oil paint.
Most commonly used hardstones were agate, quartzes, chalcedony, jasper, granite, porphyry and petrified woods, giving the craftsman artist the colours and shading to achieve the same realism as brush and oil paint.
The cat person in Warhol-he had 25 at one point-also gets a nod, with his favorite, Sam, replicated in a bracelet of chalcedony and diamonds.
Other intriguing artefacts include a 12th century Polish-Luthuanian Commonwealth silk scarf, interwoven with golden threads and a 13th century jewellery set of an eastern woman fashioned from silver, chalcedony and glass, which indicates a relationship that goes back hundreds of years into the early Middle Age, during the time when eastern Slavs traded with the mightly Caliphate.
Moreover, perspective areas in Chenlibel agate chalcedony deposit and Dozular limestone deposit in Goygol region have been marked out.
At the base of the writing instrument, a chalcedony evokes the magnificent colour of a real east Asian Azure Dragon.
The selected graphs and Solute geothermometers were: Tcsh, Tclb & Tcfb, Tnkm, Amorphous Silica, chalcedony, quartz via conductive cooling and quartz via adiabatic cooling (boiling).