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Cornelian

cor·nel·ian (kôr-n l y n). n. Variant of carnelian.

Cornelian is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Cornelian books and related discussion.

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Cornelian Cherry: From the Shores of Ancient Greece
Cornelian Cherry. From the Shores of Ancient Greece. Lee Reich.
The Cornelian Cherries
50. The Cornelian Cherries by RICHARD E. WEAVER, JR.
Cornus mas 'Alba' 'Alba' Cornelian-Cherry
Cornelian-Cherry is a slow-growing, small tree or large shrub preferring sun or partial shade and a well- drained soil (Fig. 1).
Cornelian Cherry Dogwood
Main features: Cornelian cherry dogwood is a multi-stem large shrub or small tree depending on how one prunes it.
Book IX. Title XXII. As to the Cornelian law concerning falsification
The Cornelian law against falsification (broader then that of forgery merely), way for another party - was guilty under the Cornelian law referred to in this title.

Suggested News Resources

Men's soccer wins opener
Gabriel Cornelian of The University of Kentucky Men's Soccer team steals the ball against University of Dayton in Lexington, KY on {8/26/11}.
Daniels quits Cornelian after just eight months
by Danielle Levy on Aug 05, 2011 at 07:00 Cornelian Asset Managers' investment manager Jamie Daniels is to leave the firm after just eight months.
Call for new Hobart footy home
A NEW, high-standard football oval should be built on the Rugby Park ground at Cornelian Bay instead of spending money trying to upgrade North Hobart Oval or the Domain TCA ground, says a Glebe community leader.
Popular syrup: In the land of Rooh Afza
Prepared with rose hips, cornelian cherries, rose or liquorice and a variety of spices, it is a household item.
Pequannock attorney disbarred, charged with stealing from clients, nun's
10, 2006, from Cornelian Community Counselors, a nonprofit law firm founded by a Roman Catholic nun, who herself is a lawyer.

Suggested Web Resources

Carnelian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Carnelian (also spelled cornelian) is a brownish-red mineral which is commonly used as a semi-precious gemstone.
Cornelian dilemma - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cornelian - Minerals
Name: Cornelian or carnelian. Derivation cornelian The red colour comes from iron. There is a confusion both with the name, and the derivation.
Cornus mas
Cornelian Stone, Cornelian Stone Suppliers, Semi Precious

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