margarite


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margarite

[′mär·gə‚rīt]
(geology)
A string of beadlike globulites; commonly found in glassy igneous rocks.
(mineralogy)
CaAl2(Al2Si2)-O10(OH)2 A pink, reddish, or yellow, brittle mica mineral.
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Sacred Possessions: Vodou, Santeria, Obeah, and the Caribbean, edited by Margarite Fernandez Olmos and Lizabeth Paravisini-Gebert, Rutgers University Press, 1997, pp.
In Sacred Possessions : Vodou, Santeria, Obeah, and the Caribbean, edited by Margarite Fernandez Olmos and Lizabeth Paravisini-Gebert, 171-94.
In the second translation the "lady" steps down a few notches to become "a Viennese woman, of the family of the Camellias or Margarite.
Marlboro: Andrea Boxell, Zachary Demers, Margarite Vaccaro, Jennifer Bombard, Guillermo Vincentelli, Alicia Aquino
BARRY Agnes Margarite Peacefully on Dec 9, after a long illness borne with much courage and dignity, Rita aged 84 passed away at home; beloved wife of the late Terry, much loved mother of Linda, Anthony, John and Russell, loving Nan to Stephanie, Laura, Philippa and Emily and Great-Grandma to Dylan, Isla and Megan.
La condicion de Margarite de miembro de la Casa Real le otorga una mayor credibilidad a los ojos de los monarcas y es esto precisamente--el credito otorgado por los monarcas--lo que le confiere, en ultima instancia, una autoridad superior ante la escrutadora mirada de Oviedo.
Par la suite, la delegation marocaine s'est entretenue avec Mme Margarite Floris Chaster, presidente de la commission des affaires etrangeres chargee de l'Afrique au Congres mexicain.
could be found in all 3 XRD patterns and margarite (CaAl 2 (Si 2 Al 2 )O 10 (OH) 2 , including 2th: 28.
In this article I report beliefs and practices that I observed and collected via interviews related to munequitas/ munecas de trapo (dolls / fabric dolls), as they were called by my friends in Dutchess and Orange Counties, New York, and relate these findings to the work of Raquel Romberg (2003), Margarite Olmos and Lizabeth Paravisini-Gebert (2003), David Brown (2003), Kay Turner (1999), and Robert Farris Thompson (1983) in this area.
Every aspect of piano pedagogy may be addressed in the works of such composers as Amy Beach, William Grant Still, Julia Perry, Mary Jeanne Van Appledorn, George Chadwick, Libby Larson, Margarite Bonds, Arthur Foote, Joan Tower, Mary Lou Demer, John Cage, Faustina Hasse Hodges, Jane Torry Sloman, Edward Kennedy Ellington, Florence B.
Gilles Binchois's cheerful rondeau Margarite, fleur de valeur, whose eight-line text resembles a secularized prayer formation, receives subjective.