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Joe scratched his ear, picked up a piece of quartz, the smallest in the lot, weighed and reweighed it, and tossed it up and down in his hand.
Joe made no answer, but stretched himself out luxuriously on his heap of quartz.
Little yellow was to be seen, but with his strong fingers he crumbled the rotten quartz away till both hands were filled with glowing yellow.
He continued rubbing the dirt from the quartz fragments and throwing the gold into the pan.
Say two hundred in quartz an' dirt--that leaves two hundred pounds of gold.
Priestly has described some imperfect siliceous tubes and a melted pebble of quartz, found in digging into the ground, under a tree, where a man had been killed by lightning.
Quartz countertops have been on the rise in popularity and Rocksolid Stone Works continues to expand its quartz products to meet the needs of this growing trend.
Quartz Hill was the latest high school to hold a teen summit, started six years ago by the Antelope Valley Union High School District and Antelope Valley Human Relations Task Force as a way to discuss student diversity, tolerance and tools to avoid conflict.
Heaney expected to find that the quartz in tiger's-eye is chalcedony, a form that typically consists of fibrous, defect-riddled crystals less than 1 micrometer in diameter.
The OSHA permissible exposure limit (PEL) for respirable quartz given in 29 CFR 1900.
But considering the Rebels fell off the rankings completely after being ranked in the top 10 most of last season, Quartz Hill coach Bill Lenaway isn't taking anything for granted.