from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Carnelian.
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The walls of the chapels are inlaid with the precious stones of Bohemia -- jasper and achates, chalcedon, amethyst and carneol -- and are adorned with frescoes illustrating incidents in the life of the saint, most of them dating from the reign of Charles; the scene of his martyrdom is from the brush of Lucas Cranach.
Obsidian black, iridium silver, carneol red and flint grey metallic finishes are also available for the Grand Edition, however.
Priced at Rs 4.34 million ex-showroom Delhi, the company will roll out a total of 192 E-Class cars coloured in carneol red, obsidian black, calcite white, tenorite grey, iridium silver and cubanite silver.