cinnabar


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Synonyms for cinnabar

a heavy reddish mineral consisting of mercuric sulfide

large red-and-black European moth

of a vivid red to reddish-orange color

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Back then, PQMI was extracting cinnabar ore and shipping it to Japan.
Small carved objects such as bowls, plaques and even jewellery made from cinnabar lacquer are among the most common objects you'll find.
For the silver containing mixture cinnabar completely inhibited the formation of silver metal.
The Mount Eden business plan with respect to the acquisition of the Cinnabar property highly resonated with SVB.
THIS picture of a cinnabar moth was taken by Julie Harris while gardening at her home in Upper Stoke.
Akashi used a Chinese seal with the symbols that depict 'Freedom' and firmly opted to use black cinnabar paste to honor the South African hero's struggle against apartheid.
BACKGROUND: Colonial cinnabar mining and refining began in Huancavelica, Peru, in 1564.
The company formerly known as Cinnabar Ventures, Inc.
The inaugural collection is offered in scarlet and cobalt; turquoise and chocolate will also be available to larger stores, and black and cinnabar will be added to the mix in the future.
Cinnabar Ventures Inc (OTCBB: CNBR), a start-up company that develops new technologies for Web-OS systems in the cloud computing sector, today announced that it has completed the acquisition of Advanced Network Solutions Inc.
Economy technology company Cinnabar Ventures Inc (OTCBB:CNBR) reported on Friday the appointment of Frank Mambuca to the board of directors of the company.
Distinctive and unusual jewellery includes handmade cinnabar necklaces, rings, and cuffs as well as a striking selection of earrings fashioned from rocks and semi-precious gemstones.
There are various theories as to the origin of this mythical and magical substance, including that it might be cinnabar, a mercuric sulphide that produced the red pigment vermillion, or that it's simply any mercury made in Russia during the Cold War era when "red" was used as a euphemism for communism.
For example, one recent semester involved an experiment with epistatic interaction of eye colors using the linked autosomal eye color genes, cinnabar and brown.
The text also takes into account Parliament's demand to extend the export ban to products other than metallic mercury, namely mercury compounds such as cinnabar ore, mercury chloride and mercury oxide.