sylvine


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sylvine

[′sil‚vīn]
(mineralogy)
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With Thierry Jarnet second on Mabrooka and Jean-Bernard Eyquem third on Sylvine Al Maury, the race proved a clean sweep for French jockeys.
Repeated reflections were supported by using crystals of quartz, fluorite, rocksalt, and sylvine, each for a given frequency of interest [11,13].
The Royal Stables of Oman-owned Sylvine Al Maury, under Ioritz Mendizibal, pipped Meeyur under Roberto-Carlos Montenegro by a short head to win the French Arabian Breeders Challenge Classic for three-year-old fillies.