red stone


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red stone

An abrasive stone with garnet as its main component, used for polishing dental restorations.
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If the Property wasn't preserved under the tax credit program it likely would have left the Section 8 subsidy program and converted to market rate or student housing for the nearby Temple University," said Cody Langeness, Managing Director with Red Stone Partners.
01 WRAP up against the chill this winter in a vibrant wool mix red coat, pounds 60 from the Tu women's fashion collection at Sainsbury's 02 WEAR your heart on your finger with this large red stone flower ring with red stone feature by Freedom at Topshop.
The sphere-shaped memorial bears the inscription: "For all those in service past, present and future," and contains a mounted, red stone poppy.
With her group of hand-made rings in white, red and yellow gold, and three types of red stone - ruby, red spinel and fire opal - she has created a work of art that is also an advertisement for her skill and creative talent.
BLING it on with a Marks and Spencer red stone and diamante pendant, pounds 15, from their autumn/winter accessories range.
The castle too, is stern and still, its warm red stone now dark and chill.
In this notable account of business and culture in an American small town in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Southwick tells how whites promoted a romanticized version of Indian craft and tradition (the red stone in Pipestone was used to make so-called peace pipes by the Plains Indians) to elevate their town, obtaining a federally-funding Indian boarding school, a national monument, and a tourism industry in the process.
Straw hat with red stone brooch, pounds 20, Accessorize
You need a large and beautiful red stone or several small ones,and an earthenware bowl to hold them.
Despite their combined size they are not immediately visible; you can walk through the town, looking at the red stone walls, hut not actually notice them.
The owners of the Meadowpark Hotel, Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire, have transformed the beer patio into a concrete garden with bizarre stone sculptures and brightly-coloured green, yellow and red stone booths.