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di·a·mond stone

(dīmŏnd stōn)
See: diamond cutting instruments.
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The thing to remember about the diamond stones is the fact they always stay flat, unlike natural stones which can wear and eventually are not useable.
For the winners, Henry Ellenson came off the bench for a game-high 21 points, including ten rebounds, while Diamond Stone was his usual confident self, contributing 17 points.
The tournament is sponsored by Khafeef, Al Kaif Trading, New Sur Restaurant, Apollo Hospital, Muscat Parts Centre LLC, Strong Lite Electronics, Travel City LLC, Diamond Stone Marble, Omeir Nasser Al Falahy LLC, Al Majadief International LLC.
Using a very coarse, black diamond stone, sharpen the outside of the blades with the bevelled edge.
Previously, the Cross My Heart pendant was only offered with a diamond stone color.
Showalter said proof of his side's humble outlook was evident in the match against Japan where The Rising Sun's centre Rui Hachimura finished topscorer on 25 points, while six USA players finished on double figures, including centre Diamond Stone, who made 11 rebounds.
The tournament was sponsored by Khafeef, Al Kaif Trading, New Sur Restaurant, Apollo Hospital, Muscat Parts Centre LLC, Strong Lite Electronics, Travel City LLC, Diamond Stone Marble, Omeir Nasser Al Falahy LLC, and Al Majadief International LLC.
Unlike many of the new-age stainless steels which require a diamond stone, the Potbelly's 1095 blade can be sharpened on a traditional Arkansas stone or, in a pinch, a rock.
The rough diamond stone market will be worth $8 billion (US) annually in 10 years.
The center piece of this attractive design is a fiery brilliant cut cushion cut diamond stone.