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black diamond

[¦blak ′dī·mənd]
(mineralogy)
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We are especially excited that Black Diamond has selected Utah for their re-shoring and native expansion.
Sarasota jewelers were at least six months ahead of the trend to black diamonds, and townies were wearing the hot new look before it hit the red carpet at Cannes.
Both Gregory and Black Diamond are major global players in the outdoor and ski industries, with a combined $125 million in annual revenues.
The investigators found ethyl butanoate, ethyl hexanoate, linalool, 2-heptanone, ionone, 2-heptanol, hexanal, cis-3-hexenol, trans-2-hexenol and furaneol to be the major aroma compounds in Black Diamond.
Lombardi can't wait for Bean Counter customers to get a taste of Black Diamond coffee concoctions.
The Black Diamond Inn and Bubbles Bar in Ashington, Northumberland, are being sold together.
Black Diamond is known and feared on the streets of the capital, Monrovia, particularly by the looters adding to the troubles of the terrorised city.
The low-noise laser allows Black Diamond to be a good neighbor, while achieving greater operating flexibility.
Linda Boozer, president of Black Diamond Summit Tours in Denver, agrees.
T Black Diamond Titanium Riflescope is stronger and lighter because the scope's tube and eyepiece are made of solid titanium.