holdenite

holdenite

[′hōl·də‚nīt]
(mineralogy)
A red, orthorhombic mineral composed of basic manganese zinc arsenate with a small amount of calcium, magnesium, and iron.
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There are reports of Ephraim Bennett - who was scalped during the French and Indian War - seen yelling at the 1799-dated tombstone of the man who tried to talk him out of enlisting, and of Thomas Heard, the only Holdenite to be killed during the Revolutionary War, who appears to walk sentry as he did the night he died.
Next, we hear from Brian Welch, a Holdenite and inveterate hater of the downtown mall, who last year said he'd be first in line if the city raffled off the chance to push the button that would swing the wrecking ball.
Harrington, a Holdenite whose office is now in West Boylston, learned from his self-employed father, also a CPA, that giving that extra personal service was important.
The next morning, Truro Police Officer Craig Danziger returned to the beach at the same hour and sure enough, there was our horny Holdenite wearing the same foxy attire, this time scoping out a mom with two toddlers, police said.