heliodor


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heliodor

(ˈhiːlɪəʊˌdɔː)
n
(Minerals) a clear yellow form of beryl used as a gemstone
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héliodore
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cz website, referring to Jana Horakova, a curator of the estate of Heliodor Piacuteka, father of Milan Piacuteka.Who was Milan Piacuteka?Piacuteka was born in 1922 in Hranice na Morave.
Heliodor unter der Tarnkappe: Zschorns Ubersetzung der Aithiopika (1559) im Kontext der Zeit.
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As part of the transaction, Visicom's owners Jozef Sovcik and Macko Heliodor have joined the buyer's senior management team.
With Heliodor setting a frantic gallop, Dettori eased his mount to the front turning for home and settled the race in a few strides.
Emerald, aquamarine, heliodor, and morganite all belong to the species beryl.