rossite

rossite

[′rȯ‚sīt]
(mineralogy)
CaV2O6·4H2O A yellow, triclinic mineral consisting of a hydrated calcium vanadate.
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LIVERPOOL: Mignolet 5; Gomez 5 (Ibe 78, 5), Lovren 4, Skrtel 5, Clyne 5; Milner 5, Lucas 5, Can 5 (Moreno 46, 6); Coutinho 6, Benteke 5, Firmino 5 (Ings 61, 6) Subs not used: Bogdan, Sakho, Origi, Rossite WEST HAM: Randolph 6; Cresswell 7, Ogbonna 6, Reid 6, Tomkins 6; Noble 7, Obiang 6, Kouyate 7; Payet 7 (Jarvis 88, 5), Sakho 6 (Cullen 90, 5), Lanzini 8 (Oxford 82, 5) Subs not used: Spiegel, Samuelsen, Lee, Knoyle REFEREE: Kevin Friend, was decisive despite being under severe pressure from fans
Associated minerals are: pascoite, sherwoodite, selenium, bariandite, devilline, rossite, hewettite, carnotite, clausthalite, coffinite, tyuyamunite, uraninite, corvusite, montroseite, roscoelite, galena, pyrite and tennantite.
Several scholars have focused on the development of the president's responsibility for the nation's macroeconomic health, during the Great Depression and following the adoption of the Employment Act of 1946 (Stein 1996, 1998; Walcott and Hult 1995; Keech 1995; Frendreis and Tatalovich 1994; Anderson and Hazleton 1986; Sundquist 1981; Rossite, 1960).