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agate

Geology
A microcrystalline silicate, which is characterised by fine grain and bright colours.
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That's why we welcome programs such as Avnet's Agate IoT Solution, which helps speed the process of IoT innovation, said Janet A.
Terry Coplin, the CEO of Agate, and the existing management team will continue to lead the local operations of Agate.
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.
There are currently over 100 different varieties of agate from Mexico; a number of observable features which are characteristic of the various types of banded agates are key in distinguishing one variety from another.
Agate is available in a variety of colours, choose the one that appeals to you most.
Agate Proswap software has been customized especially for Siemens' notebook models: 510, 750, and 800.
Holmes, manager of its Advanced General Aviation Transportation Experiment, or AGATE - an industry/government consortium that is creating the concepts, systems, and hard ware to make this possible.
Observing agate slices with transmission electron microscopy and ion mass spectroscopy, the two scientists found that the size of the tiny crystals and the degree of impurities change cyclically, forming the iris band's crystal pattern.
Educated at the Giggleswick and Manchester grammar schools, Agate went to London to become a journalist, working as drama critic for several papers.