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smaragd

[′sma‚ragd]
(mineralogy)
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We have two or three golden forms of that, including 'Golden Smaragd',' 'Golden Anne' and a dwarf called 'Filips Magic Moment', which should only need pruning at the top."
A Try Thuja Smaragd which is dark green and used for hedging.
It has been narrated on the authority of Anas, who said that the Messenger of Allah said, "Allah has a Tablet, its one side is made of red hyacinth (yaqutah hamara'), the other of green smaragd (dhumurrdah khadra').
The top-grade Smaragd 2004 (pounds 14.50) is a late-picked style, more oily and spicy, but still with characteristic minerally pear fruit.
The mv Smaragd from Dunkerque, Union Sun from Ghent and the Captain L'Alexandre from Duisberg were all turned around in record time.
Fabricius, De gordel van smaragd (The Hague, 1953), pp.
(37) 'Toen wij repatrieerden uit de Gordel van Smaragd / Dat Nederland zo koud was hadden wij toch nooit gedacht / Maar't ergste was't eten.
FINAL CONCLUSION: Gruener Veltliner from the Wachau, Smaragd 2011
One of their top wines, often said to be one of the most salty-mineral of all examples of Grner Veltliner: Achleiten Smaragd 2010 is available from Carruthers & Kent and Waitrose from pounds 17.99.
At one sixtyblue, Noguier has made a bustling business of bar-friendly cheesy bites, such as hand-cut French fries with cheese fondue, parsley, truffle oil and sea salt paired with Prager Smaragd Weissenkirchen Steinriegl Riesling Wachau 2005, as well as warmed-cheese small plates that are heated in the wood burning oven.
Chris undisputedly is now the region's Austrian specialist, and he recommends the intense Smaragd Gruner Veltliner 2004 by Donabaum.