Show stone

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a piece of glass or crystal supposed to have the property of exhibiting images of persons or things not present, indicating in that way future events.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Emails exchanged between Stone and another individual, believed to be conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi, allegedly show Stone had asked Corsi to get in touch with WikiLeaks about any damaging Democratic emails the group might have in its possession.
However, since this parameter does not show stone width or depth, stone volume has been proposed to be a more reliable method for confirming stone-free status.
The longhouse is being built entirely of plant materials, and will only show stone tool marks - no saws.
But dud guests like rude pensioner Winner will kill this once promising chat show stone dead.
The mac Productions show has been developed by the same team who created arts centre's successful children's show Stone Soup and features theatre, puppets, music and humour.
The opening scenes of Basic Instinct 2: Risk Addiction show Stone and Collymore in a liaison which ends with their car plunging into the River Thames.
The opening scenes show Stone and Collymore in a car plunging into the River Thames.
Occupational studies show stone workers and miners have more rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, MS and scleroderma.
It would take a great deal of razzmatazz to show Stone's ethical Judaism in the Platonic dialogues.
We would be happy to show Stone what Timber Products does to ensure that all of our suppliers worldwide comply with our company's strict environmental standards.
"At no location seen in the Brecon area has the pipe been laid on the specified bed of fine material and many photographs show stones in the proximity of the pipe.
The comedy continues with West End show Stones in his Pockets and the season ends with radio presenter Malcolm Boyden's panto dame debut in Mother Goose.