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a.1.(Physiol.) Resembling blood.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In the nearly half century since, the hematoid red brushed over this turbid, absorptive ground has seeped in ever more deeply so that certain passages are now quite matte, others less so, and still others filigreed with a fine craquelure.
A dealership new to me, Gemega Collections, run by a friendly, young, smart, petite and (best of all) English-fluent Chinese woman named Cicy Zheng (zhengcicy@hotmail.com), had some pretty hematoid quartz/pyrite specimens from a May 2010 find somewhere in the Daye mining district, Hubei Province, China.
In the cool, fluted shade inside his white tent, Rene Daulon (daulonrene@aol.fr) showed me flats full of fine specimens of familiar things (hematoid quartz from Jinkouhe, cassiterite and aquamarine from Mt.
The best that I saw of the now familiar clusters of hematoid quartz crystals from Shangping Zhen, Longchuan Counthy, Guangdong Province, China were being offered by Michel Jouty and by Dr.