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agate

Geology
A microcrystalline silicate, which is characterised by fine grain and bright colours.
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Agate sued the state and the newspaper in Marion County Circuit Court.
Target's fall collection includes the Threshold agate bookend, sleekly honed on one end to show the swirling layers, and left in its natural state on the other.
AGATES are one of the most attractive of all semi-precious stones, popular both for jewellery and as specimens to collect in their own right.
Saker is close to bringing several Agate properties to fruition.
Agate also offers a generic retail version of Proswap, which can be used across a broad spectrum of notebook PC platform.
What is remarkable about AGATE is that it is a cooperative of competitors, and that all advances are shared equally.
In the near future, newspapers will be confronted with having to revamp the agate pages -- whether that confrontation is initiated by readers tired of squinting or whether it is mandated by designers anxious to win awards.
Trillium is a subsidiary of Agate Resources and Lane Individual Practice Association (LIPA) - another Agate subsidiary.
This consultation is to ensure third party maintenance applocative the AGATE application.
a developer of advanced visual prosthetic devices for the treatment of end-stage age-related macular degeneration (AMD), today announced the closing of expansion of the Series E financing, with Agate Medical Investments leading the expansion round.
Taking the trail down to Agate Beach we found a grey pebbly beach.
Champion hurdler and Olympic hopeful Samantha Farquharson and Angela Agate clashed in a fiery dispute as their cars left a suburban supermarket car park.