- n. Plural form of crystal.
“Or are they, as was so generally maintained in the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth centuries, mere figured stones, portions of mineral matter which have assumed the forms of leaves and shells and bones, just as those portions of mineral matter which we call crystals take on the form of regular geometrical solids?”
“WHO's regional food safety expert Anthony Hazzard told Reuters Tuesday: "We believe at this stage that it's really the complex of melamine and cyanuric acid forming what you call crystals ... they can form in the small tubules [in the kidneys] and they get bigger and can block the tubules.”
“A smaller pinch, and perhaps a more careful distribution of the salt crystals, is best.”
“It says it will preserve batery life by charging and maintaining batteries with random frequency electronic pulses that are supposed to remove damaging sulfate crystals from the lead plates inside batteries.”
“The dots in the background are crystals from the glaze.”
“Wearing a sheer jumpsuit encrusted in crystals, Gaga joined Ono at the Orpheum for the 'We Are Plastic Ono Band' concert.”
“Wearing a sheer jumpsuit encrusted in crystals, Gaga joined Ono at the Orpheum for ...”
“In his “Childhood Memories” collection, Cheng uses wasted eggshells that undergo a “high pressure technique” to create a new material that utilizes the existing proteins and mineral crystals from the shells. 100 recycled eggshells are used per set which includes a pencil, pencil holder, eraser and A5 paper.”
“Of course, with all those perfect protein crystals they're supposed to be growning on the space station, you'd think they would have, right?”
“The sequence of organic functionalities that decorates the pores of the crystals is most certainly a unique code.”
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