- From opal, a gemstone mined in Australia. (Wiktionary)
“Lauren Jackson, the Opals 'best player, led all scorers with 20 but was held scoreless for much of the first half.”
“Candace Parker and Tina Thompson were named to the all-tournament team as the U.S. won the Opals World Challenge in Australia despite a loss to the host country.”
“Follow along with your remote control to take Opals spots off of her coat, since they were unable to find a spotless Dalmatian!”
“Opals World Challenge; Canberra, Australia: Candace Parker scored 26 and 17 points in two U.S. wins over China.”
“Mary: Wow, harsh story, I didn't even know that Opals were bad luck at all.”
“The Opals were wonderful, but I swear I'm just having this whole fit right now, stupid USA.”
“Opals and emeralds, they lie about the roots of turnips.”
“English Diamond Merchants, fearing the growth in popularity of Opals, used Doyle's reference as a starting point to create many "Old Wives Tales", or blatant lies, to denigrate this precious gem stone.”
“Opals are sold by the carat; the price per carat will vary with the seller's evaluation of the beauty of the stone.”
“Opals should also be stored away from heat as high temperatures can drive out the contained water, and they should be rubbed with light oil to prevent moisture loss.”
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