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adamite

[′ad·ə‚mīt]
(mineralogy)
Zn2(AsO4)(OH) A colorless, white, or yellow mineral consisting of basic zinc arsenate, crystallizing in the orthorhombic system; hardness is 3.5 on Mohs scale, and specific gravity is 4.34-4.35.
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The plurality of the races, and the distinctive character of the Adamite species, Anthropological Review, Vol.
The messianic aspect of Rothenberg's project is directly related to "the decay of the blissful, Adamite language-mind," for language, like all else that is human, will be redeemed upon the arrival of the messiah.
Further the letter of Jan Zizka describing Adamite practices.
51) There are more or less close parallels between the first two kings or patriarchs, as well as between the last four men on both lists, whereas the third to sixth kings bear Sumeric names and show no relationship to the third to sixth Adamite patriarchs.
Premises Strengths The Pre- The Gap Theory Avoid conflict with science Adamite The Two Adams Theory (old earth and fossils) Theories Fiat Young earth or apparent Accepts a certain literal Creationism age, no macroevolution interpretation of Genesis Theistic God created matter and God's immanence and Evolutionism natural law.
She was once looking at a nice miniature-size adamite specimen from Mexico.
Similarly, the depravity of Adamite nudity was intimately linked with the equally depraved presumption of speaking a pure, Edenic language.
Eventually, with decreased collecting in the old mine (closed commercially in the mid-1940s), the price of fine adamite specimens shot through the roof.
Opaque, thin-tabular, butterscotch-orange crystals of wulfenite to 2 cm are scattered on a weathered gray limestone, with microcrystals of calcite and adamite.
Mapimi adamite is the finest in the world, and Miguel acquired many examples ranging in color from apple-green to deep purple.
The Ojuela mine has produced the world's finest specimens of adamite in a gorgeous array of colors including royal purple--the finest specimens of which were collected in 1981.