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“The name Carnelian is derived from a Latin word for horn.”
“It was the cruiser "Carnelian" that saved us at the very last moment by putting a six-inch shell into the Turkish destroyer.”
“Local historian Mark McLaughlin of Carnelian Bay, Calif., says the first organized July 4 skiing at Tahoe was in 1932—and skiers didn't have it so easy then.”
“Though they were possibly transported through the Silk Road, Zhang Zengqi insisted that they moved along the SSR. 59 Carnelian beads unearthed in central Thailand suggest that Zhang probably is right,60 but we still lack solid evidence.”
“If you're a glass beadmaker, that's Effetre's Carnelian Opalino that I used for the shell.”
“Anne's first piece in the line, the Carnelian Cameo, shown with its mold.”
“Now this Barkan was lord of the City of Carnelian and the Castle of Gold and under his rule were five hill-strongholds, in each five hundred thousand Marids; and he and his tribe worshipped the Fire, not the Omnipotent Sire.”
“Al – Islam hypocritically, and he stole away from his people and made for the Valley of Carnelian, where he went in to King”
“So they made them ready and departed for the City of Carnelian and the Castle of”
“He it is who slew the Blue King and Barkan Lord of the Carnelian City, and did to death much people of the”
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