n. onyx, semi-precious stone with alternate colored layers; colorful quartz
After about ten minutes he got up, and throwing on an elaborate dressing-gown of silk-embroidered cashmere wool, passed into the onyx-paved bathroom.
Matron Malice grabbed a large piece of the shattered onyx and threw it against a wall.
The warnings of the priests echoing in his thoughts, the drow pulled forth his onyx figurine.
Onyx Films, a production company headquartered in Paris, France, has assembled an ideal team in order to pay homage to the classic.
Dark, black stones, and white and clear stones like clear quartz (clear rock crystal), white pearl, lavastone, black onyx, obsidian (volcanic glass), hematite will match all eyes colors.
Down the onyx steps he comes, hearing our call bourne on the wings of night, out beyond space, out beyond the final gate to That whereof Yuggoth is the youngest child, rolling alone in the black aether at the rim to bring us tidings...
Hazel eyes: they harmonize wonderfully with cornelian, bronzite, rhodonite, jasper, onyx, rhyolite, and with dark amber.
In fact, with Cold Jet, the operator can blast adjacent to marble, glass and onyx without causing any damage to these surfaces.
Go ahead, Onyx, give us a little demonstration.
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a chalcedony with alternating black and white bands; used in making cameos: chalcedony, sardonyx, calcedony