black granite

black granite

[¦blak ′gran·ət]
(petrology)
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The lodge was a ruin of black granite and bared ribs of rafters, but facing it was a new building, half constructed, the first fruit of Sir Charles's South African gold.
To right and left of the turrets were more modern wings of black granite.
Queiroz has also mentioned on the black granite, the decorative stone complex that spans across 45,000 square kilometres in the Huila and Cunene provinces.
It features a black granite Wall of Remembrance, on which the names of those who fought against the Marcos regime are etched.
black granite base weighing approximately 86,000 lbs.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan Stone Development Company (PASDEC) has installed another mechanized quarry for black granite in District Mansehra.
Located at the Price Peace Garden, the memorial features a bronze six-foot miner atop a black granite boulder with the fallen miners' names embossed on brass plates.
The aperture of the black granite monolith is designed to frame the lighthouse and the rising sun twice a year.
stone was finally erected - more the black granite stone is partly shaped like a teddy bear.
The monument is a black granite eagle originally envisioned in 1948 by George N.
Black granite countertops, stainless steel Bosch appliances and antique cream-colored maple cabinetry can be found in Infinity's kitchens.
And a black granite memorial stone dedicated to railway staff who died in World War II and subsequent conflicts was unveiled at Glagow Central Station.