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see carneliancarnelian
or cornelian
, variety of red chalcedony, used as a gem. It is distinguished from sard by the shade of red, carnelian being bright red and sard brownish. The red coloring is apparently caused by iron oxide.
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Pollen Morphology and Anatomy of Cornelian Cherry (Cornus mas L.
If we contrast L'Illusion comique's Matamore with Rodrigue in Le Cid, it is clear that fuite in a situation of confrontation between two males is indeed the very antithesis of Cornelian heroism.
Yesilada, "A comparative study on the in vitro antioxidant potentials of three edible fruits: cornelian cherry, Japanese persimmon and cherry laurel," Food and Chemical Toxicology, vol.
Disinterested, Cornelian heroism now seemed abstract and unattainable, and the Nietzschean ideal completely un-French.
Some of the adsorbent materials that have been used with varying success include rice husk [7, 8] , cornelian cherry, apricot stone, almond shell [9, 10], cotton stalks [11], coir pith [12], wood [13], sunflower stalks [14], charcoal [15, 16] and orange peel [17] were successfully employed for the removal of dyes from aqueous solutions.
The variation in masses of Parinari curatellifolia fruit from different sites is similar to that in masses of Cornelian cherry fruit collected from different parts of Konya in Turkey [21].
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The walls are white Rajasthani marble, encrusted with semi-precious stone decorations - cornelian, jasper, lapis lazuli, onyx, and topaz formed into images of cypress trees and wine bottles, or more elaborate decorations like cut fruit or vases containing bouquets.
Fragments of bowls made of a soft stone called chlorite schist have been found, and beads made of cornelian and glass.