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jewel

an ornamental glass boss, sometimes faceted, used in stained glasswork

jewel

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(engineering)
A bearing usually made of synthetic corundum and used in precision timekeeping devices, gyros, and other instruments.
A bearing lining of soft metal, used in railroad cars, for example.
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So far and wide she searched among the caverns of the sea, and gathered all the brightest jewels shining there; and then upon her faithful Breeze once more went journeying through the sky.
I cannot breathe the flames that give you life, and but for this snow-mantle I too should melt away, and vanish like the jewels in your hands.
But the little bride, simple as she was, had a woman's love of jewels, and could not forego the hope of possessing the very brightest in the world, in spite of the perils with which it must be won.
But reflect, madame, upon the effect which will be produced by the sale of your jewels.
You can get sets of false jewels made for me, similar to the real.
Monsieur is looking out for some sets of jewels as well as single stones for Madame's toilette.
Celia's consciousness told her that she had not been at all in the wrong: it was quite natural and justifiable that she should have asked that question, and she repeated to herself that Dorothea was inconsistent: either she should have taken her full share of the jewels, or, after what she had said, she should have renounced them altogether.
You could type in Business" and ENTER to find all the Gopher Jewel menu titles with the keyword Business" on them.
JCAT is the trustee manager of Jewel Changi Airport Trust, established by CAG and CapitaMalls Asia, to jointly develop Project Jewel.
Jewel is one of at least six new banners that will come under the Supervalu umbrella, according to a report from Trade Dimensions International Inc.
Finally, Jewel and her father closed the set with a nice yodel.
We're excited to be investing in Jewel Paymentech through our Startup Accelerator and have it be part our investment portfolio," said Steve Ellis, head of Wells Fargo's Innovation Group.