russellite

russellite

[′rəs·ə‚līt]
(mineralogy)
Bi2WO6 A pale yellow to greenish, tetragonal mineral consisting of an oxide of bismuth and tungsten; occurs as fine-grained compact masses.
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This paper will demonstrate that this metropolitan hostility to the supposed 'centralising' tendencies of Russellite Whiggery was a direct consequence of the influence mobilized by a handful of radicalized parish vestries, which were the fundamental units of metropolitan local government, over the character of London's political culture--at both the local and parliamentary level.
In Counties Down and Londonderry anti-elite struggles would continue in rural areas through tenant right agitation and would still be a source of dispute during the Russellite threat to 'elite' unionism in the early 1900s.
aluminotungstite, russellite, cassiterite, and two apparent unknowns.
Accoding to StyleList, the strappy stilettos glittered with diamonds, pink sapphires, tourmalines and russellites, reports the New York daily News.
Tremain explained that he and his family did not believe in the flag salute because the flag was a symbol of "militarism and war" and was "'contrary to the teaching of the Bible and true Christianity." (14) Tremain and his family were members of the Elijah Voice Society (EVS), a splinter group of the Russellites, the original Jehovah's Witnesses.
Several Bible-study groups, such as the Epiphanists and Russellites, date their activities from the pre-War period.