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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Red Stone was responsible for securing the debt financing and worked closely with HVPG to assemble the capital stack for the transaction.
Red Stone has recently closed the direct purchase of unenhanced fixed rate bonds financing a California-based property and direct purchase of unenhanced fixed rate bonds financing a low income housing tax credit property completed and stabilized in 2008.
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.
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Legend says that Noah used the brilliant red stone as a boat lamp.
You approach through an outer court of red stone and a great monumental lodge.
BACK FROM THE PAST: Vicki Locke from Laing O'Rourke, checks the red stone Liver Bird, which is part of a frieze from the old Sailor's home, left.
For thousands of years, tribal peoples have come to Minnesota's great pipestone quarries to mine or trade for its special red stone.