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  • The Sinaitic peninsula, the province of Mafkat or "Malachite," as it was called, had been in the possession of the Egyptians since the time of

    Patriarchal Palestine

  • Malachite is one of the most fragile stones in the world.

    the delicate nature of malachite

  • I bought a product called QuICK which contains Malachite Blue and Formalin (Formaldahide).

    dailycomic Diary Entry

  • The first crates arrived back in St. Petersburg on November 19, and that night a modest banquet was held in the Malachite Room to celebrate.

    The Dragon’s Trail

  • Plus, the villains had names like "Queen Beryl" and "Malachite" and "Zoisite" and, like, how cool is that?

    More Cartoon Nostalgia

  • Malachite, the precious green stone used in civilized life for vases, would never be suspected by the uninstructed to be a rich ore of copper, and yet it is extensively smelted for rings and other ornaments in the heart of Africa.

    A Popular Account of Dr. Livingstone's Expedition to the Zambesi and Its Tributaries

  • He bought from a store in Los Angeles giant Grecian urns, a bust clock, I mean, these Malachite tables, horrible, horrible stuff.

    CNN Transcript Nov 22, 2004

  • In November, U-21 sank two small steamers, Malachite, 718 tons, and Primo, 1,366 tons, within sight of the French coast off Le Havre.

    Castles of Steel

  • Scott led the way through the school grounds onto Malachite Avenue, and they walked down the sloping street toward the center of town.

    The Town

  • "Would any accept a magus known to have been one of the Three on the Malachite Throne?"

    Scion of Cyador

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