red stone


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red stone

An abrasive stone with garnet as its main component, used for polishing dental restorations.
See also: stone
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Hudson Valley Property Group LLC ("HVPG") and Red Stone companies, LLC, in joint venture with Wheelock Street Capital, has acquired 1,009 units of New Jersey senior and family affordable housing located throughout northern New Jersey, the company said.
The arrest took place near Red Stone Concert Hall, an art gallery near the Alvsborg Bridge and the area has been evacuated and cordoned off.
Real estate finance company, Red Stone Partners, has unveiled a $250 Million Tax-Exempt Bond Fund.
He said that red stone has been imported from India for this purpose.
A partial remedy could be that the people responsible for this unholy mess should dig up the red stone, replace with good Yorkshire stone, then load the red rubbish onto a very slow boat to China taking the people responsible along for the ride.
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.
we march under the brilliant star sky, red stone monuments darkened as
BLING it on with a Marks and Spencer red stone and diamante pendant, pounds 15, from their autumn/winter accessories range.
Named for the valued red stone called porphyry, the mines in this area were worked until the 5th century AD.
To see a red stone is less than seeing it as jasper--metamorphic
is gearing up for production at their Red Stone Mine.
Straw hat with red stone brooch, pounds 20, Accessorize