leonite

leonite

[′lē·ə‚nīt]
(mineralogy)
K2Mg(SO4)2·4H2O A colorless, white, or yellowish mineral composed of hydrous magnesium potassium sulfate, occurring in monoclinic crystals.
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De Leonite activists, such as Harry Holland, only joined the NZLP because of their belief that the War had made capitalism's final collapse imminent and working-class unity therefore imperative.
Allen'; and for the main body of De Leonites see Kerry Taylor, '"Our motto, no compromise": the ideological origins and foundation of the Communist Party of New Zealand', New Zealand Journal of History, vol.
"Even in the fall and winter, our skin, particularly that on our face and hands, is exposed to the sun almost daily," cautions AANR president Leonite Moore.
Certainly syndicalism was present in the Industrial Workers of the World and the De Leonite Socialist Labor Party, and it had a significant regional following in the mining districts of New South Wales and Western Australia.
93-045 The Fe-analogue of leonite Monoclinic: C2/m a 11.843 b 9.552 c 9.945 [angstrom] [Beta] 94.89 [degrees] Colorless to light yellow; vitreous; transparent.
They favoured industrial action over political, as they were strongly influenced by the syndicalism of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), but mainly by the De Leonite variety which did countenance political organisation.
Within a year, 110 new Leonites were living in Phillipsburg.
They were upstaged by malcontents, most of whom were not Leonites. In short, the effort proved to be a fiasco.