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  • And her specialized program, called Agate, allows her to learn at a pace not found in the regular classrooms.

    Kitsap Sun Stories

  • The type is mostly agate and minion, with some bourgeois; and when one gets a good agate take, -- [ "Agate," "minion," etc., sizes of type; "take," a piece of work.

    Complete Letters of Mark Twain

  • Our second day camping at Sumig, we went for a hike along the cliffs, intending to walk down the extremely steep trail which led to driftwood-stacked Agate Beach and, if you went on along the strand, to Agate Lagoon.

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  • Agate has a cool, almost slippery feel, very pleasurable to the hand.

    Bird Cloud

  • We headed back towards the sea, this time to Baglio Vajarassa, an agriturismo owned by Dino Agate, who grows vines on the coastal flats north of Marsala.

    A Sicilian opening in the wild west

  • Five months after the well blowout, the oil tanker, the Burmah Agate, collided with the freighter Mimosa at the entrance to Galveston Bay, causing a massive explosion and fire.

    Island's Recovery May Set Example For Gulf Residents

  • From Agate to Zircon; chain links for spaces? various shapes of bone, amber & horn for numbers, varieties of art glass for punctuaion marks?

    Making Light: Pretty rocks

  • Author Terrance Dean's answer is a resounding yes, as he makes several cases to support this scenario in his new book Straight From Your Gay Best Friend Agate/Bolden.

    Marlynn Snyder: Thrilling Short Fiction and Gay Best Friends

  • She turned onto 18th, then zoomed across two lanes of oncoming traffic, bearing left on Agate.

    Ancient, Strange, and Lovely

  • Engraving of the wreck of the Peacock and its abandonment made by Alfred Agate of the US Exploring Expedition in 1840.

    United States Exploring Expedition

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