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semiprecious yellow quartz resembling topaz

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aquamarine enhancer with diamonds, $5,880, worn on gold metal lace; drop earrings with topaz, peridot, citrine and diamond, 20+ cts.
ON SONG: The winning Coventry quartet True Colours (from left) Steven Mobsby, Neil Sparkes, Noel Whinyates and Gordon Citrine
The rings with spheres of synthetic ruby, sapphire, citrine or steel are pounds 50 each, the 18-carat gold sphere version is pounds 60.
Citrine Technologies, a leading provider of business management solutions with a specialization in Microsoft Business Management Solutions and Great Plains, announced six new South Florida client engagements as well as live implementation of customized ERP and CRM solutions (enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management) for the first three months of 2004.
In the U-12's Cup game, Jack Citrine scored a superb first-half hat-trick, helping Magna F.
Zonda Nellis patterned silk gown in midnight blue, jet and gold, $2,875, with matching tasseled wrap, $1,060; Millicent Kennedy beaded lariat with sapphire, freshwater pearls and 14K gold beads, $8,900; blue topaz necklace with citrine, $6,480; and earrings, $975, Dream Weaver.
One of his predecessors was Walter Citrine,a Liverpool electrician who was TUC general secretary for 20 years from 1926 to1946.
Citrine Technologies was among a handful of consulting firms vying for the Taurus International project.
Bardsey was brightened this week by visitors from Russia: a Citrine Wagtail and Radde's Warbler, the fifth and ninth records for Wales respectively.
Hand-beaded golden citrine and lemon citrine bracelets and necklaces, $1,200 to $8,500, from Millicent Kennedy, available at Dream Weaver.
The type of gem you go for depends on your budget and taste - generally speaking, rubies, diamonds and emeralds are the most expensive options but there has been a revival of semi-precious stones such as aquamarine, amethyst, citrine, peridot, blue topaz and green tourmaline.
One idea for the female graduate is a diamond tennis bracelet or a bracelet featuring a combination of colored stones with such spring hues as amethyst, peridot or citrine.
His name was James Citrine and he worked for the Liverpool Salvage Association from the 1870s to the 1920s as a marine salvage diver.
18k channel & Diamond enhancer with interchangeable trillion-cut peridot and diamond pendant; fancy-cut citrine and amethystearrings set in 18k.
The Florida Marlins have selected Citrine Technologies as their consulting partner for their Microsoft Business Solutions -- Great Plains implementation.