axinite


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axinite

(ˈæksɪˌnaɪt)
n
a precious mineral, found in a range of colours, which forms glassy crystals
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Reyes and distributed by Axinite Digicinema, is now in cinemas nationwide.
Fernandez said Du is an incorporator of the film distributor Axinite Digicinema which distributed the films Walang Forever and Buy Now, Die Later.
This 3.1 carat cut gemstone is from a find of 50 pounds (22.7 kg) of gem-quality axinite in Mexico.
Flat veins are generally less abundant, thinner (up to 15 cm), and are dominated by silicate minerals (quartz, potassic feldspar, epidote, and axinite) and carbonate.
The Cardiff-based, London Stock Market-listed company, through its Axinite subsidiary, announced it had acquired Aegis Mortgages Limited (AML) for the sum of pounds 1.
Late in 2009 Scott Kleine of Great Basin Minerals (www.greatbasinminerals.com) did some poking around in a roadcut somewhere in Nevada County, and in a quartz vein exposed there he found some gemmy, lustrous, rich brown crystals of axinite (probably axinite-Fe) averaging 2.5 cm, though the largest one of Scott's batch measures an impressive 4.5 cm.