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snowcap

a cap of snow, as on the top of a mountain
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Worn close to the neck with a cocktail dress or longer for a more relaxed style, the length of the adjustable red gold necklace is adorned with an open snowcap pendant in mother-of-pearl set inside a gold circle.
While still appearing barren, clouds at the peak may indicate the slow return of the famous mountain's snowcap, as the weather gets colder and typhoons become less frequent in the next months.
Snowcap is a dwarf single flowered variety growing just 12 tall.
The contact of the Rhyolite Creek complex with the Ruby Range Batholith and Devonian Snowcap Assemblage on the eastern bank of Tyrell Creek encompasses an historic copper-molybdenum gold mineral occurrence and other targets in the northwest and southwest portions of the property include regional stream sediment geochemical anomalies in both the Rhyolite Creek complex and Ruby Range intrusives.
The collection is completed by the vivid red and purple of Army Nurse, the delicate cream and lilac of Hawkshead, the semi-double white and red Snowcap, the magenta and mauve Tom Thumb and the mauve and purple of Beacon.
Ainslie used his 9-inch reflector at powers of x200, x270 and x320 for observing Mars that April, but he also added that 'Syrtis Major and snowcap were plain with x100 on aperture 3 1/2-inch during the lunar eclipse.
Our collection of 6 includes one each of: (Ba) Delta Sarah, (Bb) Frank Saunders, (Bc) Dollar Princess, (Bd) Garden News, (Be) Tom Thumb and (Bf) Snowcap for just pounds 7.
Above that elevation, the terrain remained unglaciated during the most recent glacial period, although it may have been covered by a permanent snowcap.
For Operation Snowcap in South America, I supervised jungle suppression activities against major international crime cartels in the Chapare area of Bolivia.
At 5,588 meters, the mountain boasts a year-round snowcap and is one of the highest peaks in Sichuan Province (the highest is the 7,556-meter Gongga).
Our Own: Adopting and Parenting the Older Child, by Trish Maskew, Snowcap Press, 1999.