Definition of Diamonds. Meaning of Diamonds. Synonyms of Diamonds

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Definition of Diamonds

Diamond
Diamond Di"a*mond (?; 277), a. Resembling a diamond; made of, or abounding in, diamonds; as, a diamond chain; a diamond field.

Meaning of Diamonds from wikipedia

- Diamondoid List of diamonds List of largest rough diamonds List of minerals Superhard material Extraterrestrial diamonds "Diamond". Mindat. Retrieved...
- 2005, she created the stage name "Marina and the Diamonds"; after she came to prominence, "the Diamonds" was established as a reference to her fans, instead...
- intense pink diamonds or blue diamonds (such as the Hope Diamond) can be dramatically more valuable. Of all colored diamonds, red diamonds are the rarest...
- discovers that the diamonds in Franks' body were fakes planted by Bond and the CIA. Bond tells Leiter to ship him the real diamonds. Bond then goes to...
- Diamonds, Diamonds is a "Greatest Hits" album by the Canadian band Max Webster. It was released in 1981, after the band had broken up, and features two...
- Diamonds Official Fan site 'The Diamonds' Vocal Group Hall of Fame Page The Diamonds I The Diamonds II The Diamonds III The Diamonds IV The Diamonds at...
- Play media Blood diamonds (also called conflict diamonds, brown diamonds, hot diamonds, or red diamonds) are diamonds mined in a war zone and sold to finance...
- Shock diamonds (also known as Mach diamonds or thrust diamonds) are a formation of standing wave patterns that appear in the supersonic exhaust plume of...
- pressure that these diamonds undergo during their formation. Pink diamonds belong to a subcategory of diamonds called fancy color diamonds, the generic name...
- 85% of the world's rough diamonds, 50% of cut diamonds, and 40% of industrial diamonds are traded in Antwerp, Belgium—the diamond center of the world. The...
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