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minette

[mə′net]
(petrology)
A syenitic variety of lamprophyre composed principally of biotite phenocrysts in a matrix of orthoclase and biotite.
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We're delighted that Lucy, Minette and Michael are taking part and believe their work will be admired by all who attend.
In the episode, titled "The Demotion," everyone, including Captain Lafrey (Ally Walker), is surprised and alarmed when The Bureau Underground assigns Minette as the new captain.
Dietician Minette Prinsol said: "Focus on health benefits rather than appearance or a number on the scale.
CPR congratulates Lance and Minette LaBauve on the opening of their second franchise store in CPR's rapidly expanding network.
In the 10-unisex, seventh pick Minette April Bentillo outlasted Joaquin De Leon, 6-4, 4-1.
Grindex's launch of its updated range of drainage and sludge pumps include the Minex, Minette, Minor, Major, Master and Matador drainage pumps and the Salvador, Senior and Sandy sludge pumps.
Hayes Carson is a Texan obsessed with righteous revenge; he suspects that Minette Raynor provided the illegal drugs that killed his brother, and he won't let her go unpunished.
ONCE upon a time there was a courtesan called Minette who dreamt of lashings of luxurious and sassy, sexy shoes.
In late September, Police Chief Michael Rowland of Bay Minette, a city of about 8,500 people north of Mobile, announced the implementation of something called "Operation Restore Our Community.
I'm keen they use us as a vehicle," said Ladies in Beef cofounder Minette Batters.
The company has facilities in Bay Minette, Quincy, Illinois, and in Kunshan, China.
I never had the privilege of knowing Jim and Dawn Minette personally, but as an avid thumbnail collector I have been well aware of their name and influence for years.