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Garnets

A Tatar unit of volume approximately equivalent to 3.3 liters. It was rendered obsolete when the Soviet Union began to use the metric system in 1924.
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The Asia Pacific is one of the key markets of the garnet industry apart from North America.
To process the raw material, Mohawk Garnet built a state-of-the-art wet plant near the quarry.
Elster's Garnet solution proved extremely successful in meeting these goals during the pilot project.
A less common form of red garnet, which was fashionable in the mid-Victorian period under the name of "jacinths", is hessonite garnet.
Given as a gift, garnet symbolises true and never-ending love and devotion.
Flower & Garnet has just opened across the country to great reviews and, in Vancouver, excellent box-office numbers.
Meetinghouse is working closely with hardware vendors and service providers in South Korea, such as Garnet Systems, through a partnership with Wireless Broadband Service Co.
New information about the target audience has directed us to better communicate the adventurous side of Garnet Point that's all about exploration and discovery.
Offering long-term stability and Windows NT E95-0200 compliant software, the MQ Garnet 300 has unprecedented ease of use at an affordable price.
Shoes and purses for black-tie galas weren't on hand, but we found gunmetal and garnet lace stoles with heavy fringe for only $24 each.
Five years later, Garnet finally published his Address, and the predicted racial cataclysm did not ensue.