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See my garnet ring; mother scrubbed it in soap and water.
She could compare it to nothing she had ever seen, and the garnet lights which it emitted were unspeakably rare.
Chad's Bess was the object of peculiar compassion, because her hair, being turned back under a cap which was set at the top of her head, exposed to view an ornament of which she was much prouder than of her red cheeks--namely, a pair of large round ear-rings with false garnets in them, ornaments condemned not only by the Methodists, but by her own cousin and namesake Timothy's Bess, who, with much cousinly feeling, often wished "them ear- rings" might come to good.
Garnet porphyroblasts in metamorphic rocks provide valuable information on the processes of crystal nucleation and growth for two reasons (Miyashita, 1996): (1) they usually contain internal textural zones and inclusion trails that aid in correlating the timing of garnet growth under specific conditions with deformation and metamorphism (e.
Ulatowski also mentioned encountering a different type of purple garnet since December 2014, represented as 'rhodolite' from Salima, Malawi.
Garnets also have extensive industrial applications and garnet sand is used as replacement for silica sand in sand blasting.
On the flip side, Garnet avoided any pitfalls and steered away from Jurell Bastidas' left hand.
Mohawk Garnet operates an open-pit quarry about six kilometres northeast of Wahnapitae.
But Garnet quickly rises to the occasion and is almost fearless in her challenge to see the amusement park, the forbidden dance hall -- even get a job -- despite the disapproval, as well as more immediate obstacles, presented by various relations.
Garnet and Isabella are appealing characters; however, there are problems.