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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The Red Stone mine's average nickel grade is 3.2 percent, with some platinum, palladium and cobalt.
Pipes and other trinkets made from the red stone were sold for goods that the tribe needed."
In Vasari's important, and under-considered, introductory chapters on technique, expanded in the 1568 edition of the Vite (and routinely ommitted from modern editions), the story is laid out in full: the loss of the skill in carving porphyry, the partial achievement of the Rucellai plaque by way of tools tempered in goat's blood (the achievement attributed, anachronistically, to no less a personage than Leone Battista Alberti), and finally, under princely aegis, the ability to make the fabulous stone - "the red stone with minute white specks brought into Italy from Egypt" - bow to human will.
The sky is a short streak of blue like a dry brush stroke, overwhelmed by the red stone. Patton is sitting on his pack in the thin drainage cluttered by broken boulders, wiping sweat away.
The restored red stone Dutch colonial sits on 2.2 acres of private gardens and fruit trees.
In a statement given to investigators, it emerged that the envoy took out his iPhone while standing on a road to take a good shot of the fort, so-called because it is made of red stone and marble.
1 March 2017 - New York law firm Pryor Cashman represented US-based Kline Enterprises in the sale of its 1,009-unit affordable housing portfolio for more than USD 181m to a joint venture between Hudson Valley Property Group, Red Stone Companies and Wheelock Street Capital, the firm said.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-February 24, 2017-Hudson Valley Property Group, Red Stone and Wheelock Street Capital acquire 1,009 units of New Jersey affordable housing
It is known for producing a "unique" red stone, which was used on the grounds of Buckingham Palace and The Mall in London, and at Cragside.
The first is a gold child's ring, with a red stone in the centre and two clear stones outside it.